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Building roads for national development

TRANSPORT is key to development and economic growth in a country. It provides links within countries and connections ...

Spare a thought for court officials

AS the rape charges were being read out to him, Admire kept chewing and making silent prayers while facing downwards to ...

Be wary of Covid-19 myths

IN an age that is largely dominated by social media, disinformation has generally fed to some myths around coronavirus — ...

The Mbare boxer who ruled Africa

FOR five years, between 1982 and 1987, a heavily built man who boxed his way out of the slums of Mbare ruled African ...

Close those damn bars!

LIFE has never been this dull! In fact, the past days have been very painful to say the least.

Covid-19 scam: 11 SA firms probed

Eleven firms are being investigated for selling products such as face masks and hand sanitisers at inflated prices amid ...

Call to review land tenure system

THE Zimbabwe Land Commission (ZLC) is calling for a review of the country’s land tenure system with a view to ...

Covid-19 fight-back: Ride-hailing firm in the driving seat

The late US Senator, Ted Kennedy, famously said: “What divides us pales in comparison to what unites us.” It is in ...

RBZ steps up to the plate

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe last week announced a raft of measures that are meant to mitigate the devastating impact of ...

Massive progress on Hwange 7 & 8. . . first 300 megawatts to ...

SINOHYDRO, the main contractor executing the Hwange 7 and 8 power expansion, says the project is 40 percent ...

Counting the costs of coronavirus

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak will leave many local businesses gasping for breath as it is now beginning to take ...

Improved water, electricity supplies

RESIDENTS have been assured of a steady supply of water and electricity during the 21-day lockdown. President ...

Fear as HIV, coronavirus collide

AS the world scales up public health and all other kinds of responses to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, the fear ...

‘The time to act is now’

I AM so concerned about my nation, Zimbabwe. Most people appear not to be taking the dangers of this virus seriously.