From Siamese twins to one bundle of bliss
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From Siamese twins to one bundle of bliss

Shamiso Yikoniko Zimbabwe celebrated a landmark surgical achievement in April 2014 when a team of…

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Zimbabwe’s equivalent of Golgotha
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Zimbabwe’s equivalent of Golgotha

Tendai Chara Concession Hill is one of the busiest roads in Chegutu. Trucks heavy-laden with gold…

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‘We’re on top of our game’
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‘We’re on top of our game’

Hon Mike Bimha Two weeks ago, I briefed Cabinet on the status of our industry…

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Chimurenga II Chronicles: Ian Smith’s mean machine exposed
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Chimurenga II Chronicles: Ian Smith’s mean machine exposed

JUST been reading the book, “The Empire Writes Back” by Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and…

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Chimurenga II Chronicles – Altena Farm attack: The retreat
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Chimurenga II Chronicles – Altena Farm attack: The retreat

Last week, Cde Lovemore Rugora whose Chimurenga name was called Cde John Pedzisa narrated how…

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What’s up Acie Lumumba?
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What’s up Acie Lumumba?

THE first temptation was to say “shut up you motor mouth Acie Lumumba”, because somehow…

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Fighting graft will clean our image
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Fighting graft will clean our image

CORRUPTION has in recent years adversely impacted on the economy, resulting in President Mugabe enunciating…

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Let’s talk, Cde Brigadier-General
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Let’s talk, Cde Brigadier-General

Rangu  Nyamurundira Brigadier-General (Retired) Asher Walter Tapfumaneyi’s proposal to arrange a heart-to-heart conversation between national…

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Comment: The good news we don’t want to tell
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Comment: The good news we don’t want to tell

Finance and Economic Minister Patrick Chinamasa does not talk often. He appears to be the…

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An ideology of inclusion, not separation
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An ideology of inclusion, not separation

Every year that Zimbabwe celebrates Independence, there is a particularly interesting observation to note. It…

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A conversation whose time has come
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A conversation whose time has come

A hypothesis some students of Philosophy encounter in their studies is the “irresistible force paradox”,…

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Not just any mouse-catching cat, please!
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Not just any mouse-catching cat, please!

Howdy folks! There is a popular maxim given to the world by Cde Deng Xiaoping…

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How not to build a world class city
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How not to build a world class city

Gerald Dehwe On Thursday April 21, at around 8:45am I was confronted by uncouth behaviour…

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Chimurenga II Chronicles: Altena Farm attack: The  deaths and the escape
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Chimurenga II Chronicles: Altena Farm attack: The deaths and the escape

Cde Lovemore Rugora, born in 1942 in Rusape, whose Chimurenga name was Cde John Pedzisa…

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End factionalism by creating a meritocracy
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End factionalism by creating a meritocracy

On November 27, 2015; Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa advised a gathering of…

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