EDITORIAL COMMENT: From fighting the system to becoming the system
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: From fighting the system to becoming the system

LET’S face it — virtually all liberation movements have faced a lot of challenges in…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT:Zimbabwe: Where African pride resides
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EDITORIAL COMMENT:Zimbabwe: Where African pride resides

They say that a wise man, or woman, will only celebrate his or her achievements…

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Editorial Comment: Reflecting on a  young patriot
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Editorial Comment: Reflecting on a young patriot

There is a young patriot buried at the National Heroes Acre in Harare who was…

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Leave the club, get a whip
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Leave the club, get a whip

Dr Don Gwashu, taking the Sociology class of Mass Communication students at Harare Polytechnic at…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: The graveyard of the indispensables
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: The graveyard of the indispensables

South African businessman and socialite Kenny Kunene is known more for his high-roller lifestyle than…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Factions prove Hegel was right
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Factions prove Hegel was right

Hegelian historicism, at least in as far as it concerns Africa, is fraught with the…

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Editorial Comment: Carving the economy out of command
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Editorial Comment: Carving the economy out of command

THE evolution of ideals such as constitutionalism, including the codification of normative values within different…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT – Succession: Nothing succeeds like success
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EDITORIAL COMMENT – Succession: Nothing succeeds like success

One of The Sunday Mail’s online readers, posting on our website under the profile name…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zim: The most innocent nation
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zim: The most innocent nation

There are many idle minds around, and the Devil has his hands full in these…

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Editorial comment : An insurmountable legacy
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Editorial comment : An insurmountable legacy

A century has defined generations, and seven years short of a century, it is quite…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Why HE deserves many more happy years
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Why HE deserves many more happy years

The characteristics that set some men/women above others are well-defined by years of discipline, by…

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Editorial Comment: Fighting for 30 pieces of silver
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Editorial Comment: Fighting for 30 pieces of silver

President Mugabe is many things, but he is no prophet. One of the things he…

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Editorial Comment: At the doorway to dystopia
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Editorial Comment: At the doorway to dystopia

On the evening of May 15, 2015 in Bamako, President Mugabe oversaw the signing of…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Destination 2063, vision for Africa
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Destination 2063, vision for Africa

As we speak, African Heads of State are in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the 28th…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zanu-pf: Beware of the Apollonian spirits
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zanu-pf: Beware of the Apollonian spirits

SOON President Mugabe will be coming back from his annual holiday. Just wait and see…

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