Zim’s bold economic statement to the world
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Zim’s bold economic statement to the world

Restarting and restructuring the economy has been a priority since November last year. 16,328 total views,…

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Zimbabwe: From being hopeful to bullish
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Zimbabwe: From being hopeful to bullish

For the past decade, Zimbabweans have endured a lot economically. 32,065 total views, no views today

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Stuck in an  ugly past
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Stuck in an ugly past

Today, four weeks from the dawn of the Second Republic, we have a section of…

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Violence can’t stop Second Republic
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Violence can’t stop Second Republic

By now, much of the world will be aware of the ugliness that visited Zimbabwe…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Fleeing from fact and reason
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Fleeing from fact and reason

On April 17 this year, a day before the country’s sacred Independence Day, former director…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: What Zanu-PF was MDC has become
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: What Zanu-PF was MDC has become

For some, South African struggle icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, who sadly passed away on April 2,…

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Silly season  is upon us
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Silly season is upon us

We are officially in election season, silly season you might be tempted to call it,…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Don’t give up on the parastatals
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Don’t give up on the parastatals

An old hypothesis suggests that parastatals are inherently incompetent, inefficient and corrupt relative to the…

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A season of action, delivery
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A season of action, delivery

Finally, Zanu-PF’s election campaign machinery has been set in motion. This comes a fortnight after…

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Eyes on the main show
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Eyes on the main show

It would be easy to dwell on the hard week Nelson Chamisa has had. 64,847 total…

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2018: An opportunity for national restoration
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2018: An opportunity for national restoration

We are at that point in the national political cycle when spaghetti roads are promised…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Building Zim step-by-step, brick-by-brick
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Building Zim step-by-step, brick-by-brick

Developmental economists are still trying to make sense of how an economic backwater such as…

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Editorial Comment: A sick brand of politics
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Editorial Comment: A sick brand of politics

This week we were reminded of Gore Vidal, the American essayist who died back in…

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Making Zim Incorporated work
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Making Zim Incorporated work

In 1998, Zimbabwe deployed its military to the Democratic Republic of Congo to fight rebels…

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No substitute  for quality
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No substitute for quality

Addressing senior officials of the Communist Party of China in Beijing last week, President Emmerson…

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