Editorial Comment: Chihuri needs five hours
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Editorial Comment: Chihuri needs five hours

NewsDay’s front page (April 23, 2014) showed a gruesome picture of a young boy, barely…

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There is no conclusive evidence circumcision helps prevent HIV
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There is no conclusive evidence circumcision helps prevent HIV

Overall, routine, non-therapeutic circumcision costs over $2 billion a year in the United States alone;…

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A storm over poverty!
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A storm over poverty!

Letter from America Ken Mufuka To cut a long story short, the easiest “munchies” (eating…

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Can Zim afford 230 000 civil servants?
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Can Zim afford 230 000 civil servants?

Makomborero Mutimukulu Government is in danger of missing its target of reducing its wage bill…

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Corruption – Zanu-PF, MDC,  Zimbabweans
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Corruption – Zanu-PF, MDC, Zimbabweans

While the media revelations of management excesses at PSMAS, ZBC and other parastatals are certainly…

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Ethanol investment levels paralyse Zim’s world-class opportunity?
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Ethanol investment levels paralyse Zim’s world-class opportunity?

Business Desk Green Fuel “is the first large-scale ethanol factory” in Zimbabwe, producing high-quality anhydrous…

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Life better for Cross in  Rhodesia? Of course it was
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Life better for Cross in Rhodesia? Of course it was

Joram Nyathi Group Political Editor Cross complains bitterly over the poor performance of the Zanu-PF…

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Non-repayment of loans becoming a culture
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Non-repayment of loans becoming a culture

OPINION – Makomborero Mutimukulu There is a growing culture in Zimbabwe, cascading from Government, business,…

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Maize producer price:  Outside-the-box thinking required
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Maize producer price: Outside-the-box thinking required

Emilia Zindi Agriculture Editor The harvesting of maize crop that is currently underway has seen…

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Britain seeks Chinese  partnership
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Britain seeks Chinese partnership

As China continues to enjoy rapid growth, the developed world is working hard to form…

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How pre-paid meters are being manipulated
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How pre-paid meters are being manipulated

Lincoln Towindo and  Tinashe Farawo Employees of companies sub-contracted by Zesa Holdings to install pre-paid…

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Formalising the informal sector
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Formalising the informal sector

Edwin Mwase With the continued closure and downscaling of several formal sector industries which has…

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Nigeria now Africa’s Number One
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Nigeria now Africa’s Number One

HEY PRESTO: as if by magic, Nigeria has declared itself the biggest economy in Africa.…

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Landmines: The deathly menace
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Landmines: The deathly menace

In Zimbabwe’s sparsely populated north-eastern district of Mukumbura in Mashonaland Central province, cattle are trained…

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A day in the life of job-seekers
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A day in the life of job-seekers

Tendai Chara It is 7.45am and scores of people, most of them men, engage in…

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