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The population conundrum

AS we grapple with the cholera outbreak in Harare – a symptom of so many years of leadership failures and neglect — there is an undeniable population factor. Harare, like most towns and cities in the country, was designed for a much smaller population than it is hosting today. This …

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Likely effects of overpopulation on climate change downplayed

ALL the climate impacts are said to be anthropogenic in nature, meaning that they are human-induced. Guest column: Peter Makwanya Human-caused in the sense that, they are directly related to human activities that disregard the sanctity of the environment. Natural phenomena like flooding, violent winds, drought, hunger and famine may …

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Widen commission’s probe to Zec, army

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa recently swore in a seven-member commission which will investigate the August 1 violence and egregious shooting of civilians. At least seven people were killed and scores injured. Guest column: Moses Tofa The commission has been criticised primarily on two points: the local members whose independence is seen …

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Way past time for boldness

ZIMBABWE needs economic reforms. That has been clear for the last decade or so. In fact, what has not been clear is why a country that so desperately needs a change in economic direction has continued lumbering its way to fiscal Armageddon year after year. Editorial The reforms have been …

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Triangle labour to win

Triangle won 4-1 on penalties Triangle gaffer Taurai Mangwiro breathed a sigh of relief after his side clinched a Chibuku Super Cup quarter-final ticket with a penalty shootout win over Shabanie at Gibbo Stadium yesterday. BY KENNETH NYANGANI IN TRIANGLE Veteran goalkeeper Ronald Mudimu was his side’s hero after saving …

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