There is light, but darkness is preferable for some
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There is light, but darkness is preferable for some

Our circumstances are not perfect but it is difficult to understand why some want to…

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Media should help denounce violence
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Media should help denounce violence

Philip Gurajena So another week has passed by and, as usual, the media was leading…

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Don’t blame Tsvangirai, Tamborinyoka is a disaster
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Don’t blame Tsvangirai, Tamborinyoka is a disaster

One wise man once remarked “It’s better to remain silent and be thought a fool,…

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Landscaping increases property value
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Landscaping increases property value

Garden Affair Go to any holiday resort, the landscaping immediately attracts your attention. As you…

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Positioning the youth for economic recovery
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Positioning the youth for economic recovery

By the numbers, the youth are the country’s greatest resource. 1,530 total views, no views today

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Editorial Comment: Violence of the heart
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Editorial Comment: Violence of the heart

While President Robert Mugabe was condemning violence, many of us were celebrating it. At a…

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‘Zim should reconsider GMO ban’
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‘Zim should reconsider GMO ban’

Dr Edward Mabaya A few days ago, the Zimbabwean Government reiterated its position on genetically…

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Beware the tower of Babel
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Beware the tower of Babel

Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Deputy Minister Supa Mandiwanzira told Parliament last week that Zimbabwe…

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Police close in on ‘dirty dozen’ -12 suspects top the police serious frauds unit -Kadungure arrest only the beginning -Over US$1 million allegedly swindled  -335 rumoured to be operating in and around the country
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‘Mudede is right on population growth’ . . . demographers wade into RG birth-control controversy
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‘Mudede is right on population growth’ . . . demographers wade into RG birth-control controversy

Demographers have waded into the raging debate regarding the country’s population growth, with a top…

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Small players cashing in
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Small players cashing in

Rumour has it that even airplane spares can be found in this home industry, popularly…

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Large population will propagate poverty
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Large population will propagate poverty

We need to be cognisant of the fact that a large disempowered population is a…

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Let’s empower the majority
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Let’s empower the majority

Land reform and indigenisation are profoundly necessary. I am whole-heartedly supportive of both. However, we…

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Law expects both parties to contribute
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Law expects both parties to contribute

The case has divided opinion with the majority seeming to side with Alick. Tafadzwa has…

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Beam beneficiaries likely to  miss classes as funds run short
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Beam beneficiaries likely to miss classes as funds run short

The Basic Assistance Education Module (Beam) is short of US$4 million, leaving scores of vulnerable…

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