Government developing university towns
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Government developing university towns

Prof Amon Murwirwa We have a big vision of converting universities into university towns. What…

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The party is the people
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The party is the people

Teddie Bepete Having been seized with the Zanu-PF primary elections, I have been away since…

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That’s how the cookie crumbles
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That’s how the cookie crumbles

Richard Runyararo Mahomva The 2018 election is here. Certainly, nothing will change the unescapable fate…

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Violence can’t stop Second Republic
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Violence can’t stop Second Republic

By now, much of the world will be aware of the ugliness that visited Zimbabwe…

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How ZIPRA outgunned Rhodesians at Chirundu
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How ZIPRA outgunned Rhodesians at Chirundu

In our last instalment, Cde Soft Magarasadza, a former ZIPRA commander, spoke about how he…

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How about a piece of Antwerp in Harare?
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How about a piece of Antwerp in Harare?

From Munyaradzi Huni in Antwerp, Belgium THERE is no doubt that the City of Antwerp…

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Will elections clean the mess in our cities?
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Will elections clean the mess in our cities?

For the capital city, Harare, the barbarians are no longer at the gates — they…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Fleeing from fact and reason
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Fleeing from fact and reason

On April 17 this year, a day before the country’s sacred Independence Day, former director…

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‘New dispensation is about you’
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‘New dispensation is about you’

The following is President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s address to the Junior Parliament of Zimbabwe at City…

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2018 polls: It is do or die
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2018 polls: It is do or die

It is akin to Armageddon. For the two major political parties — Zanu-PF and MDC-T…

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Trump’s highly personal style of diplomacy
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Trump’s highly personal style of diplomacy

James Landale Donald Trump began his presidency as a reluctant traveller but he seems to…

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Zim going in right direction: Child President
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Zim going in right direction: Child President

Below we publish the transcript of a speech delivered by Child President, Mr Innocent Chikwanda,…

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Women, your vote is a sacred right
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Women, your vote is a sacred right

Edmore AM Ndudzo Before the Unilateral Declaration of Independence by the Ian Smith regime in…

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Eighth Parliament — a potpourri of experiences
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Eighth Parliament — a potpourri of experiences

The Nomination Court has sat. The Eighth Parliament of Zimbabwe is seeing out its final…

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Invaluable takeaways on human settlements planning and development
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Invaluable takeaways on human settlements planning and development

Prof Innocent Chirisa Now that the Second Biennial Symposium — held between 13 to15 June…

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