The story of the other Charamba
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The story of the other Charamba

Tinashe Kusema and Jeffrey Murimbechi To the average observer, the just-ended Golden Pilsener Zimbabwe Golf…

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SA blacks growing increasingly restless
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SA blacks growing increasingly restless

In 102 years of its existence, the African National Congress (ANC) has not faced as…

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Athlete disappears  after marathon
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Athlete disappears after marathon

An elite runner failed to catch her flight home after going missing following the London…

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Terrifying little paper
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Terrifying little paper

Phoebe Ruvarashe Nyashanu Westridge High School 1,082 total views, no views today

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Economic challenges stifle ZIA-projects implementation
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Economic challenges stifle ZIA-projects implementation

Only 50 percent of the Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA) approved investment projects have been implemented…

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Communication key in relationships
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Communication key in relationships

It’s the rare couple that doesn’t run into a few bumps in the road. If…

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How pre-paid meters are being manipulated
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How pre-paid meters are being manipulated

Lincoln Towindo and  Tinashe Farawo Employees of companies sub-contracted by Zesa Holdings to install pre-paid…

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Formalising the informal sector
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Formalising the informal sector

Edwin Mwase With the continued closure and downscaling of several formal sector industries which has…

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Nigeria now Africa’s Number One
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Nigeria now Africa’s Number One

HEY PRESTO: as if by magic, Nigeria has declared itself the biggest economy in Africa.…

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Landmines: The deathly menace
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Landmines: The deathly menace

In Zimbabwe’s sparsely populated north-eastern district of Mukumbura in Mashonaland Central province, cattle are trained…

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Nkandla, corruption in the heart of government
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Nkandla, corruption in the heart of government

“I AM often asked by people from India and Russia, ‘Why do you worry?’”, says…

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A day in the life of job-seekers
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A day in the life of job-seekers

Tendai Chara It is 7.45am and scores of people, most of them men, engage in…

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Nigeria: Celebrating the mistake of 1914
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Nigeria: Celebrating the mistake of 1914

Femi Akomolafe reports on the year-long centenary celebrations that are causing controversy in Africa’s most…

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Minister Sir, reputation is more important than tomatoes
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Minister Sir, reputation is more important than tomatoes

Editorial The hasty and bombastic announcement that Government would, with immediate effect, withdraw all import…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: South Africa’s platinum strike
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: South Africa’s platinum strike

As the strike by South African platinum miners enters its eleventh week, analysts continue to…

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