Kuwadzana’s haunted house…Tenant’s under-garments disappear…Bed mysteriously catches fire
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Kuwadzana’s haunted house…Tenant’s under-garments disappear…Bed mysteriously catches fire

With stones and bricks pelting them every now and then and water mysteriously springing from…

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Comment: A quick lesson in self-destruction
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Comment: A quick lesson in self-destruction

Sometimes what you think will save you is actually the thing that destroys you. It is…

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We are on the right track: Chiwenga
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We are on the right track: Chiwenga

This week we publish the final instalment of Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander, General Constantino Guveya…

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New runt in the anti-revolution litter
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New runt in the anti-revolution litter

Rangu Nyamurundira They are her own words, Joice “Teurai Ropa” Mujuru, that she is now…

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Nothing really new in cyber law
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Nothing really new in cyber law

Toneo Tonderai Rutsito There has been so much interest in the new ICT policy and…

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Kidnapped, murdered, burned and dumped
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Kidnapped, murdered, burned and dumped

Imagine the trauma of a missing child’s parent. Imagine being told that the child ‘might’ have…

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Obsessed with the wrong numbers
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Obsessed with the wrong numbers

Demystifying Command Agriculture
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Demystifying Command Agriculture

Peter Gambara Ever since Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced that Government would embark on Command Agriculture,…

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Delayed review puts economy on ice
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Delayed review puts economy on ice

Clemence Machadu Insight Howdy folks! I trust that I find you well. There are a few…

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Count the votes, not the protests
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Count the votes, not the protests

The Sharp Shooter Vukani Madoda If the number of protests held were what delivered an election…

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The making of a general
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The making of a general

The Sunday Mail Editor Mabasa Sasa and Reporter Tinashe Farawo spoke to Zimbabwe Defence Forces…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: The people will eat the rich
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: The people will eat the rich

Fyodor Dostoevsky’s exploration of moral agency in “Crime and Punishment” remains one of the most…

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Getting a new lease of life
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Getting a new lease of life

Shamiso Yikoniko and Michelle Makore She rests her cheek on her right hand as she…

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Chibondo : A genocide that cannot be forgotten
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Chibondo : A genocide that cannot be forgotten

Kuda Bwititi Chief Reporter IN 2011, the nation was engrossed in shock when mass graves were…

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Did God abundantly bless fools?
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Did God abundantly bless fools?

Rangu Nyamurundira Where are we, as Zimbabweans, really going? We are a people blessed with abundant…

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