Good times roll in mining sector
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Good times roll in mining sector

Hon Winston Chitando The mining sector in 2017 recorded gross revenues of around $2,6 billion…

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Technology can trump poll disputes
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Technology can trump poll disputes

Patrick Tendayi Huni In March 2015, I was interviewed for one of two vacancies for…

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Zimbabwe  looks forward
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Zimbabwe looks forward

Dr Gift Mugano Zimbabwe enters into a new era notwithstanding the violence witnessed on 1…

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Sanctions: Here  we go again
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Sanctions: Here we go again

Dr Panganai Kahuni Last week, United States president Donald Trump signed into effect a new…

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You ought to raise survivors
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You ought to raise survivors

Brian Ngosi The most sinister person is the one who confuses weakness for love. Your…

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Unpacking the political economy of voting demographics
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Unpacking the political economy of voting demographics

Munyaradzi Hwengwere Both the urban and rural voter understands the basics of money; they are…

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Gurirab: Hero of Namibia and Africa
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Gurirab: Hero of Namibia and Africa

Phyllis Johnson Occasionally, very occasionally, heroes who quietly change the world emerge, impacting on all…

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The day after the elections
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The day after the elections

Tau Tawengwa After months of politicking, the 2018 harmonised elections have been held. 207 total views,…

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Whither the legacy of opposition politics
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Whither the legacy of opposition politics

Richard Runyararo Mahomva The participation by opposition parties in the just-ended election is quite commendable.…

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Abuse of access
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Abuse of access

Brian Ngosi In life, not everyone has the same access to the same things. 230 total…

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What the electoral  outcome mean for Zim
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What the electoral outcome mean for Zim

Dr Gift Mugano Zimbabwe enters into a new era notwithstanding the violence witnessed on 1…

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Grasping poll processes is key to democracy
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Grasping poll processes is key to democracy

Dr Panganai Kahuni Zimbabwe engaged and adopted a people-driven constitution-making process for all citizens to…

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Why ED is the man for the job
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Why ED is the man for the job

Delrone Sauramba If we are to measure President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa’s performance without bias, we…

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An encouraging 6 months
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An encouraging 6 months

Zack Murerwa As we begin the second-half of the year and take stock of our…

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Putting our revolution in context
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Putting our revolution in context

Tau Tawengwa On July 4, the United States celebrated its independence day. 260 total views, no…

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