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Mai Mugabe in Mazoe Friday’s recommendation by Zanu-PF’s Women’s League that First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe be appointed their Secretary at the party Congress in December lays the foundation for what could be intriguing political contests. ...

Business Editor’s Brief RISING competition in industry, especially in a market that is being markedly cut back by softening consumer demand, has resulted in novelties inasfar as businesses conduct themselves. ...

The Grand Inga mega-project is a priority for a number of African development organisations, including Sadc and the African Union’s New Partnership for Africa’s Development The SADC region is poised to become a major continental source of energy if plans to boost generation capacity are implemented. ...

The debate about unemployment starts right from the rate of unemployment itself and goes as far as time and energy permit. While some believe that it is not less than 80 percent, the Zimbabwe Statistics Agency (ZimStat) dismisses that assumption. ...

In the days of Noah, people were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage. Right up until the moment that Noah entered the ark. ...

Lands and Rural Resettlement Minister Dr Douglas Mombeshora and Secretary for Finance and Economic Development Mr Willard Manungo believe banks should be doing more for farmers. ...

Morgan Tsvangirai …and avoiding a decidedly unpleasant future For all his well-documented ignorance and blundering in the party, personal and public life, perhaps MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai is not so dull after all. ...

An open letter to Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa on the proposed demonetisation of the local currency ...

We have managed to keep friendly relations with Eastern nations. These friendships have been very beneficial for our economy. Maintaining proximity, however, should allow us to learn not just from how our friends interact with us, but how they interact with other counterparties and handle their own affairs. ...

The late Major-General Bandama earned himself the nickname “The Headmaster” because of his follow-ups on juniors after every assignment He played a crucial role in dismantling the Renamo rebels in Mozambique as a commander, especially in the Battle of Casabanana which took place around October of 1986. ...