EDITORIAL COMMENT: When the Pajero brigade descends on New York
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: When the Pajero brigade descends on New York

THAT Jamaican orator for Black Nationalism and Pan-Africanism movements, Marcus Mosiah Garvey, was indeed a…

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Surrounded by about 100 Rhodesians, I still survived
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Surrounded by about 100 Rhodesians, I still survived

COMRADE Kenny Constantine Mabuya whose Chimurenga name was Cde Kenny Ridzai (born 1952 in Filabusi)…

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Tough and vexing questions for Zanu-PF
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Tough and vexing questions for Zanu-PF

Zanu-PF beware of the grumblers, the malcontents who are following their sinful desires. Loud-mouthed boasters,…

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After the fossils of G40, Lacoste
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After the fossils of G40, Lacoste

Teddie Bepete Frenetic media headlines such as, ‘’Mugabe throws Mnangagwa under the bus’’ and ‘’Mugabe…

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Killing Zim for a mess of pottage
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Killing Zim for a mess of pottage

Any Zimbabwean who took Advanced Level History will have some knowledge of EH Carr. Edward…

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Dr Muzenda’s other family
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Dr Muzenda’s other family

Thomas Chitapwa This Wednesday, Zimbabwe commemorates the 14th anniversary of the death of Vice-President Dr…

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Remembering an educationist, politician
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Remembering an educationist, politician

Dr Rose Ndlovu Dr Sikhanyiso Ndlovu passed away on the 15th of September, 2015 and…

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Mandela was great, Mugabe is greater
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Mandela was great, Mugabe is greater

The Sharp Shooter Vukani Madoda Now President Mugabe is being criticised in some quarters for…

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Brighter days to come
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Brighter days to come

Government will promulgate the proposed Local Content Regulations by year-end after the private sector petitioned…

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Fighting diseases imperative for  agric growth
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Fighting diseases imperative for agric growth

Clemence Machadu Howdy folks! While the country is projected to record a comeback growth of…

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Market intelligence can  turn around businesses
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Market intelligence can turn around businesses

Taurai Changwa  THE adage “information is power” is still relevant in the world that we…

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‘Win-win between Zim, China education’
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‘Win-win between Zim, China education’

Ambassador Huang Ping Last week, President Mugabe bade farewell to a group of Zimbabwean students…

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Corporate strategy under dollarisation
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Corporate strategy under dollarisation

Persistence Gwanyanya It appears the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has done almost everything that…

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Demystifying the 2017-18 rainfall season forecast
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Demystifying the 2017-18 rainfall season forecast

Peter Gambara The 21st Annual Southern Africa Regional Climate Outlook Forum (SARCOF-21) was held in…

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Editorial Comment: It’s all in  the mind
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Editorial Comment: It’s all in the mind

There is no need to outline in detail the kind of relationship that exists between…

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