Even PDV is Sables disturbed
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Even PDV is Sables disturbed

Peter De Villiers HONESTLY I didn’t think we would be where we are at the…

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Seven things Zim, ZEC  have done right in 2018
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Seven things Zim, ZEC have done right in 2018

Makonise Takavada In eight days’ time, Zimbabwe will mark perhaps one of the most important…

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Choosing between good and best: God has to speak
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Choosing between good and best: God has to speak

Flavian Zinyemba Next week, it will be Zimbabwe’s decision-making time. 17,973 total views, no views today

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The 2018 Election Credibility Survey: An insider’s perspective
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The 2018 Election Credibility Survey: An insider’s perspective

Richard Runyararo Mahomva Last month after the June 5 MDC Alliance demonstration on electoral reforms,…

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The Zimbabwean dream cannot be stopped
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The Zimbabwean dream cannot be stopped

Teddie Bepete Only a few days earlier, the Zimbabwean dream had been threatened through the…

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Boosting blood stocks for the holiday
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Boosting blood stocks for the holiday

In the advent of the free blood initiative for all public health institutions introduced by…

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Smuggling must be  dealt with decisively
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Smuggling must be dealt with decisively

Clemence Machadu Illegal entry points also pose a security threat. They can be used to…

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Cancer of the breast: Taking a closer look
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Cancer of the breast: Taking a closer look

Are you at risk? Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in Zimbabwe…

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Are some observers more equal than others?
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Are some observers more equal than others?

Makonise Takavada One of the defining features of Zimbabwe’s elections in 2018 is that, for…

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Opposition fears  post-election oblivion
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Opposition fears post-election oblivion

Godwine Mureriwa With the FIFA World Cup over, Zimbabweans will certainly be more attentive to…

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A doomsday narrative won’t save humanity
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A doomsday narrative won’t save humanity

Dr Chris Mabeza In a seminal article in The Guardian, Jeremy Hance asks the thought-provoking…

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Meet Isaiah the Dynamos prophet
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Meet Isaiah the Dynamos prophet

Isaiah Mupfurutsa I KNEW what I was getting into when I accepted the mandate to…

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Headache of job creation
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Headache of job creation

Jones Nhinson Williams “Successful economies in Africa have mastered a balancing act that creates a…

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Devolution: The way forward
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Devolution: The way forward

Edmore Ndudzo The preamble to Chapter 14 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 20),…

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Let us protect the sanctity of our Electoral Act
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Let us protect the sanctity of our Electoral Act

Makonise Takavada We often hear about the saying that “the law is an ass”, and…

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