Appreciating the battle we face
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Appreciating the battle we face

The May/June 1999 issue of Foreign Affairs magazine carried a pertinent article titled “Sanctions of…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: The expensive cost of ignorance
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: The expensive cost of ignorance

Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Engineer Walter Mzembi has arguably been one of the biggest…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Mining – Are we planning to fail?
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Mining – Are we planning to fail?

There are two seemingly disparate and unrelated stories in this week’s edition of The Sunday…

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In the Media: And so a new campaign beckons
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In the Media: And so a new campaign beckons

Final say How quickly the week progressed with no shortage of things to focus on…

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The Persian Gulf of Strategic Minerals
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The Persian Gulf of Strategic Minerals

by Mabasa Sasa [Acting Editor] For years, there has been anecdotal evidence that Western countries…

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Editorial Comment: A single account, a single objective
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Editorial Comment: A single account, a single objective

Mining has been driving economic growth in Africa for decades and the spectacular progress much…

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Editorial Comment: ZESA should widen its scope
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Editorial Comment: ZESA should widen its scope

This paper believes Zesa has not done enough to create an enabling environment for the…

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Editorial Comment: Kombi phase out natural evolution
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Editorial Comment: Kombi phase out natural evolution

Government plans to replace the chaotic system of commuter omnibuses with organised bus companies running…

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Editorial Comment: Harare City Council—Fundamental problems of accountability
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Editorial Comment: Harare City Council—Fundamental problems of accountability

There has been unanimous disgust at revelations that Harare City Council clandestinely bought 50 cars…

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Regulating churches an unnecessary intrusion
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Regulating churches an unnecessary intrusion

Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Nicholas Goche on Tuesday told Senate that the…

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Editorial Comment: Internet security policy urgently needed
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Editorial Comment: Internet security policy urgently needed

Last night’s dramatic release of compelling evidence by anonymous internet hackers that Baba Jukwa, a…

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Editorial Comment: Don’t increase civil servants’ salaries
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Editorial Comment: Don’t increase civil servants’ salaries

The Source (April 30, 2014) reported one Alfred Makwarimba, a trade unionist, vowing to “fiercely…

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No need to ban car imports
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No need to ban car imports

Calls for Government to ban the importation of cheap imports are misplaced. While we certainly…

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Corruption – Zanu-PF, MDC,  Zimbabweans
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Corruption – Zanu-PF, MDC, Zimbabweans

While the media revelations of management excesses at PSMAS, ZBC and other parastatals are certainly…

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Might is not right: Africa must resist
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Might is not right: Africa must resist

The arrogance of European states is astounding. A country like France, whose atrocious crimes against…

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