More good news for Festival of Love
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More good news for Festival of Love

WITH 13 days to go before the “Festival of Love” — The Sunday Mail Bridal…

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‘Better to die in battlefield’
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‘Better to die in battlefield’

COMRADE Gilbert Musekiwa Simon Majiri, whose Chimurenga name was Cde Chabudaishudhu Kufahakuurayi is an unassuming…

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Behold, as capitalism joins succession race
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Behold, as capitalism joins succession race

Who is the ‘Almighty God’ in Zim Constitution?
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Who is the ‘Almighty God’ in Zim Constitution?

Shingai Rukwata Ndoro Chiseling the Debris IN this article, a submission is made that the…

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One day you’ll be a metaphor
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One day you’ll be a metaphor

Milton Kamwendo Hunt for Greatness The starting point of all change is to change the…

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Husband and I  live like roommates
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Husband and I live like roommates

Dr Rebecca Chisamba WHEN I married my husband he was recovering from a relationship that…

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Christians seeking Zim theocracy
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Christians seeking Zim theocracy

Shingai Rukwata Ndoro Chiseling the Debris — LAST week, we had time on Zimbabwe not…

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Mudzimba with Mai Chisamba
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Mudzimba with Mai Chisamba

Dr Rebecca Chisamba Amwene has grabbed my son I went to the United States of…

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Why do we have weak value chains?
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Why do we have weak value chains?

Zimbabwe’s economy is not producing much output. It has become a recurrent theme in this…

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Reject stands at your own peril
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Reject stands at your own peril

Howdy folks! I see another revolution brewing subtly right before our eyes – a land…

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Visa cards: Think  about priorities
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Visa cards: Think about priorities

Howdy folks! The announcement by Standard Chartered Bank that they were cancelling the automatic use…

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Ideology in a tech context
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Ideology in a tech context

Does politics evolve at the same rate as technology? Maybe it should. After all, the…

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Get rid of all that paper
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Get rid of all that paper

The usual procedure after receiving an email with important attachments is to print the documents…

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Industrialists retain deficient expectations
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Industrialists retain deficient expectations

Indicative of many of our industrialists’ economic illiteracy or complete resignation to being global competitors,…

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Mercenaries? Well … maybe
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Mercenaries? Well … maybe

Sir: 18area.coms CDE CHINOZ was fuming in Parliament last Wednesday and every soccer lover must…

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