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. 257 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. 309 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. 321 total views, no…

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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. 18,180 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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