Commas in the sentence of history
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Commas in the sentence of history

It was Harold Wilson, as British Prime Minister, who said a week is a long…

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Tsvangirai was never for the National Heroes Acre
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Tsvangirai was never for the National Heroes Acre

THERE is something that has gone terribly wrong with some Zimbabweans. While others are seeing…

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Learning from Botswana’s  diamond sector
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Learning from Botswana’s diamond sector

Advocate Sadique Kebonang Before June 2018, diamonds from Zimbabwe will be processed in Botswana. 12,339 total…

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Examination leakages: No  book-based animals, please!
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Examination leakages: No book-based animals, please!

Dr Peter Kwaira Recurring examination cheating in Zimbabwe requires establishment of a watertight system. 12,135 total…

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Morgan Tsvangirai was a tragic hero
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Morgan Tsvangirai was a tragic hero

Vukani Madoda The Sharpshooter Last week on Wednesday around 1700hrs, Mr Morgan Richard Tsvangirai breathed…

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NRZ rebound: The big picture
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NRZ rebound: The big picture

Trevor Shiri President Emmerson Mnangagwa is expected to commission 157 rail wagons, seven locomotives and…

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Tsvangirai: A legacy embedded in contradiction
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Tsvangirai: A legacy embedded in contradiction

Richard Mahomva Mr Tsvangirai’s last days of re-joining the aged pieces of the opposition ahead…

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Better safe than sorry
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Better safe than sorry

Clemence Machadu It is, therefore, important for more farmers to insure their tobacco crop in…

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Empowering the urban and regional planner
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Empowering the urban and regional planner

Professor Innocent Chirisa Growing up, we used to see nurses and hospital orderlies looking immaculate,…

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Heroism through ordinary acts
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Heroism through ordinary acts

Today is not Mother’s Day. It isn’t even tomorrow or the week after that. 77,169 total…

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Fighting for a living man’s estate
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Fighting for a living man’s estate

Vukani Madoda Sharpshooter It was clear from a mile away that the MDC Alliance was…

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Mining sector briefs from Cape Town – Indigenisation thresholds explained  – Country gets Africa’s first lead battery plant  – Zim to host Mining Indaba on February 28
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History beckons as ED visits Botswana
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History beckons as ED visits Botswana

Lovemore Ranga Mataire Tomorrow, President Mnangagwa travels to Botswana on a two-day State visit at…

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The ignominy of  withered legitimacy
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The ignominy of withered legitimacy

Richard Runyararo MahomvaUndoubtedly now, the factional wrangles that rocked Zanu-PF were a result of the…

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Strategic crop for Zim economy
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Strategic crop for Zim economy

Professor Sheunesu Mpepereki  Soyabean is strategic to Zimbabwe’s economy. 434 total views, 1 views today

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