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The Sunday Mail

The Leading Family Newspaper in Zimbabwe

Bishop Lazarus COMMUNION with Bishop Lazarus On my parents’ bookshelf was a thin volume called “Tinker, Tailor: The Myth of Cultural Deprivation”. ...

By Wendy Nyakurerwa – Assistant Editor Product mark-ups in neighbouring South Africa range between two to 15 percent while in Zimbabwe businesses charge as they please. One would have thought that the National Income and Pricing Commission (NIPC) would be on the lookout for such price distortions. ...

In this second instalment on factionalism and ZANU-PF, it is submitted that there has been deliberate and subtle implantation of factional politics into the Youth League; with the most brazen episodes occurring at the recently concluded 6th National Youth Conference. ...

It was the late Vice President Dr Joshua Nkomo who once said, “A people who love their Government will defend their Government.” ...

Our returning students bring back important international professional experience which can contribute to organisational reform and better performance. ...

COMMUNION with Bishop Lazarus Another royal brat is on the way. There is no bright star in the sky, no wise men trekking from the East to behold the progeny of Immaculate Conception. ...

Written By Patrick Zhuwao The most disturbing effect of factionalism in Zanu-PF over the past year has been on the economy and business confidence. ...

I, therefore, applaud the fiscal policy review statement for emphasising the need for beneficiation and value addition of our resources so that we can write price tags to our own exports. Right now, manufacturing represents just 13 percent of total exports. ...

The other day I had a discussion with a senior editor from a privately owned newspaper. Predictably, the discussion slowly steered itself towards the parlous state of the Zimbabwean economy and whether Government was doing enough, or whether it had the capacity to achieve a miracle turnaround. ...

We often wonder why for a country blessed with abundant resources, we seem short-changed in terms of national revenue. Why is it for a country that possesses the raw materials, we import finished commodities at a premium? ...

COMMUNION with Bishop Lazarus Men and women of conscience and principle, as much as – or perhaps more so than – men and women of the sword and the gun have shaped the trajectory of human history. ...

Written by Liu Guijin Investing in Africa’s future was one of the three topics of the US-Africa Leaders Summit held in early August. However, if this is used to attract world attention and cover up the lack of real input, it is not a good stunt. The future is not something up in the air, but rather the continuation of history and reality. ...

I am a proud and grateful beneficiary of Government’s Land Reform Programme. I was allocated an A2 farm after I applied in response to an advertisement flighted in the Press at the time by the Lands Ministry. ...

Continued from last week… BY Cde. Chris Mutsvangwa The challenge of Zimbabwe as we finally inch towards victory of EU sanctions and US Zdera is to re-discover our global business genie. As long as the West held rooster in the resources of finance capital, access to markets, technological advances and managerial expertise, the business space of our entrepreneurs was...

Minister Chinamasa This time around one didn’t have to be on the side of the opposition, including their many NGO partners, to ask the question. The media asked it, so did members of parliament in their variegated hues. The difference lay in the tone, tenor or nuance. The question was the same nevertheless, “Did Mugabe bring any cash from China?” ...

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