EDITORIAL COMMENT:Kipling is smiling in his grave
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EDITORIAL COMMENT:Kipling is smiling in his grave

Back in February 2007, our sister newspaper The Southern Times ran a piece on Victoria…

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Command Agric: The lessons we’ve learnt
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Command Agric: The lessons we’ve learnt

Hon Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa When our industries are profitable, finding financiers for them, including farming,…

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Coalitions: Misery loves company
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Coalitions: Misery loves company

The Sharp Shooter Vukani Madoda Surely, if any voter is under the illusion that Zanu-PF…

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Don’t be a fool, prepare!
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Don’t be a fool, prepare!

Pastor Tinashe Zinyemba The Christian YouthAPRIL 1 was always an interesting day, particularly for junior…

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Unconstitutional remarks from a Christian pastor
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Unconstitutional remarks from a Christian pastor

Shingai Rukwata Ndoro Chiseling the Debris EVERY April 18 is marked as a national day,…

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The goats must be crazy!
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The goats must be crazy!

Clemence Machadu Insight In the village courts, mambo usually fines those who have been found…

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Everybody’s looking at the yuan
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Everybody’s looking at the yuan

David Brown America’s main stock indexes are already showing early signs of fatigue and the…

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All on course for 2018 elections
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All on course for 2018 elections

Justice Rita Makarau So, basically, everyone will know where they are supposed to vote. We…

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TBN responds to ‘need for better Christian channels’
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TBN responds to ‘need for better Christian channels’

Tendai Manzvanzvike Divine  Appointments ON April 2, I wrote a piece titled “We need better…

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Editorial Comment: Reflecting on a  young patriot
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Editorial Comment: Reflecting on a young patriot

There is a young patriot buried at the National Heroes Acre in Harare who was…

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You can’t continue doing a Mandela on me: Zuma
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You can’t continue doing a Mandela on me: Zuma

“Colonies do not cease to be colonies simply because they are independent,” Britain’s first Jewish…

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How Cde Tongo’s son predicted his father’s death
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How Cde Tongo’s son predicted his father’s death

LAST week, Cde Emelda Musanhu (born 1954) whose Chimurenga name was Cde Suzan Rutanhire narrated…

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‘God will come through for you’
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‘God will come through for you’

Tendai Manzvanzvike Divine Appointments Repentance is differently understood, depending on a church’s doctrine. Last week,…

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Where Ian Smith still rules
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Where Ian Smith still rules

THREE decades after Independence, villagers in Mudzi district still live in terror of the seeds…

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Brig-Gen Murozvi: The hard worker
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Brig-Gen Murozvi: The hard worker

Maj-Gen Douglas Nyikayaramba I first met Brigadier-General James Murozvi during the liberation struggle. It was…

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