Putting an end to over-promotion
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Putting an end to over-promotion

It is our sincere hope that the next Government is formed with the “Peter Principle”…

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Heroes Day in the Second Republic
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Heroes Day in the Second Republic

Tomorrow Zimbabwe celebrates the heroes who fought for the country’s independence. The celebrations come after…

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How heroes became victims of politicians
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How heroes became victims of politicians

LAST week, Comrade Agrippah Gava (born 1956) whose Chimurenga name was Cde Conary Mabuto narrated…

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Creating safe spaces for youths
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Creating safe spaces for youths

Hon Kazembe Kazembe We publish a statement by Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation Minister Kazembe…

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Moving from pledges  to action
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Moving from pledges to action

Norman Muchemwa IN March 2018 Zanu-PF launched its “people’s manifesto” for the July 30 harmonised…

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Good times roll in mining sector
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Good times roll in mining sector

Hon Winston Chitando The mining sector in 2017 recorded gross revenues of around $2,6 billion…

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Technology can trump poll disputes
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Technology can trump poll disputes

Patrick Tendayi Huni In March 2015, I was interviewed for one of two vacancies for…

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Sanctions: Here  we go again
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Sanctions: Here we go again

Dr Panganai Kahuni Last week, United States president Donald Trump signed into effect a new…

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A Cabinet that’s fit for purpose
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A Cabinet that’s fit for purpose

The 2018 harmonised elections campaign period brought with it a fair share of characters seeking…

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The ultimate public service
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The ultimate public service

Section 104 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe empowers the President of the Republic to appoint…

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Life lessons  for a man
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Life lessons for a man

“If anyone thinks he is religious and does not bridle his tongue but deceives his…

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How one could be ZIPRA, without being ZAPU
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How one could be ZIPRA, without being ZAPU

Last week, Comrade Agrippah Gava (born 1956) narrated how ZIPRA gunned down Rhodesian Viscounts in…

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The writing was  always on the wall
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The writing was always on the wall

The just-ended election was always for Zanu-PF to lose, as — judging by strategic errors…

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Unpacking the political economy of voting demographics
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Unpacking the political economy of voting demographics

Munyaradzi Hwengwere Both the urban and rural voter understands the basics of money; they are…

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Gurirab: Hero of Namibia and Africa
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Gurirab: Hero of Namibia and Africa

Phyllis Johnson Occasionally, very occasionally, heroes who quietly change the world emerge, impacting on all…

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