Farming in conditions of low rainfall
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Farming in conditions of low rainfall

Peter Gambara Weather experts, both regionally and nationally, have made their predictions and we should…

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‘I now have reason to believe’
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‘I now have reason to believe’

Tawanda Nyambirai I have always had to worry about a macroeconomic environment that is hostile…

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A blueprint for economic transformation
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A blueprint for economic transformation

Edmore Ndudzo I have previously written on my views on Zimbabwe’s future monetary policy. 114 total…

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What will your verse be?
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What will your verse be?

Addressing Republican Party members on September 11, 1970, US Vice-President Spiro Agnew said: “In the…

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Yes, God is in it indeed
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Yes, God is in it indeed

About this time last week, I was comfortably seated among other invited guests at the…

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Devilish slaughterhouses of the 1970s
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Devilish slaughterhouses of the 1970s

During Zimbabwe’s struggle for Independence, the settler regime imprisoned countless people suspected to be aligned…

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Lies: Handy toolkit for today’s politicians
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Lies: Handy toolkit for today’s politicians

While it is generally accepted that politicians sometimes bend the truth for their own designs,…

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Focac and revitalisation of economic diplomacy
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Focac and revitalisation of economic diplomacy

Francis Mupazviriho This year’s Summit provides Zimbabwe with an opportunity to leverage on its new…

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Recovery – the signs that abound
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Recovery – the signs that abound

Notwithstanding a disproportionately high wage bill, the new political administration has made telling interventions in…

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All  shoulders to the wheel
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All shoulders to the wheel

Munyaradzi Mlambo The July 30 election gave birth to the Second Republic under the leadership…

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EDITORIAL C0MMENT: We won’t give you a fig leaf
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EDITORIAL C0MMENT: We won’t give you a fig leaf

It is not news that Cde Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa is being inaugurated today as President…

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Musings on the ConCourt judgment
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Musings on the ConCourt judgment

Below are excerpts from Constitutional law expert Professor Lovemore Madhuku’s interview with Zimpapers Television Network…

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A destiny that cannot be changed
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A destiny that cannot be changed

Tichaona Zindoga and Gibson Mhaka ON AUGUST 13, 1966, a young black man in the…

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‘In ED we’ve found the missing link’
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‘In ED we’ve found the missing link’

Ambassador Christopher  Mutsvangwa Last Friday, Chief Justice Luke Malaba as the head of the nine-member…

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Retracing ED’s path through Zambia
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Retracing ED’s path through Zambia

Tendai Mugabe PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa is an interesting character with a fascinating history. 7,827 total views,…

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