When discrimination entered the struggle
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When discrimination entered the struggle

Comrade Chrispen Tapfuma Mataire (born February 24, 1945 in Chivhu), whose Chimurenga name was Cde…

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An ode to Susan Dangarembga
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An ode to Susan Dangarembga

Prof Arthur G.O. Mutambara Fellow Zimbabweans, the Dangarembga family and the Ngonyama family, I stand…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Stripping the veil of eloquence
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Stripping the veil of eloquence

Volume 1 of Walter Montagu Kerr’s record of his journeys in our part of Africa…

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‘Zanu-PF is a mammoth party’
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‘Zanu-PF is a mammoth party’

President Mugabe’s address at the Zanu-PF Youth League National Assembly at the ruling party’s headquarters…

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A tale of two Vice-Presidents
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A tale of two Vice-Presidents

BISHOP Lazarus is not exactly breaking any news preaching to you that the Holy Book…

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The little things that make China great
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The little things that make China great

An interesting three weeks, no doubt. British scientists discovered that the Earth was shaped via…

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How Pres Mugabe survived assassination in Gutu
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How Pres Mugabe survived assassination in Gutu

For the past four editions, Comrade Kenny Constantine Mabuya, whose Chimurenga name was Cde Kenny…

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Zim-S. Africa’s love show
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Zim-S. Africa’s love show

The friendliness was palpable. The smiles were plenty, and the results of the interface were…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: An existential imperative for Zim
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: An existential imperative for Zim

The challenges Zimbabwe’s economy and people face require sobriety and dispassionate analysis in the hard…

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Turmoil after Cde Chitepo’s death
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Turmoil after Cde Chitepo’s death

Last week, Comrade Kenny Constantine Mabuya whose Chimurenga name was Cde Kenny Ridzai spoke about…

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Farewell to a visionary
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Farewell to a visionary

Ambassador Simon Khaya Moyo I first came to know (Gogo Maria Msika) in the early…

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Love for imports our big downfall
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Love for imports our big downfall

Munyaradzi  Hwengwere  Buy Zimbabwe Our problems are rooted in poor competitiveness, low levels of local…

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The command programme we do not want
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The command programme we do not want

Clemence Machadu Insight What is of concern, however, is that while Chinamasa cites lack of…

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‘Let them fry in their fat’
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‘Let them fry in their fat’

Peter Gambara IN Shona we say: “Ukarera imbwa nemukaka, mangwana inofuma yokuruma.” (The dog that…

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Zim needs economic freedom fighters
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Zim needs economic freedom fighters