Mama, is this a bad joke?
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Mama, is this a bad joke?

Mama Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, we have got a new breed of political leaders in our midst.…

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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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Economy front and centre of manifesto
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Economy front and centre of manifesto

As Zanu-PF prepares to launch its 2018 election manifesto, Zimbabwe stands on the edge of…

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The untold story from Mboroma: A commander’s view
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The untold story from Mboroma: A commander’s view

LAST week, Comrade Gomba Midson Mupasu whose Chimurenga name was Cde Norman Bethune spoke about…

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A guiding philosophy for development
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A guiding philosophy for development

Innocent Chirisa Zimbabwe is in a new dispensation. 5,450 total views, 701 views today

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Why we should vote ED
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Why we should vote ED

Tau Tawengwa I have just finished reading the memoir of the late national hero Cde…

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A return to the Commonwealth fold
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A return to the Commonwealth fold

Cleophas Pedzisa After being asked by a diplomat what her hopes for this year were,…

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Free to hope, dream  and believe
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Free to hope, dream and believe

Pitched primarily on economic transformation, President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s maiden Independence Day address last week struck…

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MDC-T threatens culture of pluralism
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MDC-T threatens culture of pluralism

Richard Runyararo Mahomva Mama Winnie Nomzamo Madikizela-Mandela – an epitome of African nationalist motherhood and…

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Whom the gods would destroy
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Whom the gods would destroy

Vukani Madoda Sharp Shooter The drama unfolding before us in the MDCS and the gradual…

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Anti-corruption courts: Panacea to corruption fight?
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Anti-corruption courts: Panacea to corruption fight?

Clemence Machadu Howdy folks! The establishment of specialised anti-corruption courts by the Judicial Services Commission…

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Questions parties must answer
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Questions parties must answer

Dr Admire Nare An election manifesto is a public declaration of aims, policies and programmes…

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Beaming from the  trenches to Independence
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Beaming from the trenches to Independence

Lloyd Mutema-Hazvineyi “The 1960s was both an end and a beginning”, writes one of the…

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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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Tongo’s words two hours after Chitepo’s assassination
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Tongo’s words two hours after Chitepo’s assassination

In the last edition, Comrade Gomba Midson Mupasu, whose Chimurenga name was Cde Norman Bethune,…

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