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15 hours ago | January 26, 2020

One small step, but a giant leap to prosperity

When astronaut Neil Armstrong stepped onto the surface of the moon on July 20, 1969, becoming the first man to do so, ...

1 week ago | January 19, 2020

Corruption: A national security threat

THE Willowgate Scandal, one of the major investigative stories in the history of the media in Zimbabwe, is pregnant with ...

2 weeks ago | January 12, 2020

Schools, parents must meet halfway

Schools open in a few days’ time and almost all Zimbabwean parents, to their immense credit and often with great ...

3 weeks ago | January 5, 2020

Stay away from poisonous, illicit liquors

By all accounts, a lot of Zimbabweans are risking their health — and lives — by buying illegally distilled liquor ...

1 month ago | December 22, 2019

Spare a thought for safety this holiday

For the next two weeks, a flood of national and religious public holidays defines a “festive season” for many, but for ...

1 month ago | December 15, 2019

Businesses have no reason to cheat

The fruits of the economic reforms and emphasis on production of the Second Republic have to be defended, otherwise ...

2 months ago | December 8, 2019

Zanu-PF indaba must bring solutions to economic woes

It will not be business as usual at the 18th Zanu-PF Annual National People’s Conference which begins this week in ...

2 months ago | December 1, 2019

Proactive approach key in disaster management

The year 2019 will go down in history as the season in which water, or the lack of it, shook the core of Zimbabwe’s ...

2 months ago | November 17, 2019

Cash leaks: Offenders deserve punishment

Efforts by fiscal and monetary authorities to get the economy back on its feet are quite evident in the market, although ...

3 months ago | November 10, 2019

New notes: Let’s plug the leaks

Tomorrow, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) releases a new set of coins and notes to cushion the transacting public ...

3 months ago | November 3, 2019

Embracing the people’s will, enhancing democracy

AFTER a bloody war in which thousands of sons and daughters of the motherland laid down their lives in the struggle for ...

3 months ago | October 27, 2019

Beat the cash barons with tap cards

There should be enough bond notes and coins in Zimbabwe for the small transactions where cash is useful but — thanks to ...

3 months ago | October 20, 2019

US$12bn . . . just what the doctor ordered

The launch of the $12 billion mining industry road map by President Mnangagwa on Monday presents yet another striking ...

4 months ago | October 13, 2019

Harare’s disgraceful water can be clean

Greater Harare’s water supply is probably the worst managed and the most unfairly distributed in Zimbabwe; yet even in a ...