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Obituary – Prof Kurasha: Woman par excellence!

Prof Kurasha Victoria Ruzvidzo Business Focus Obituaries are often steeped in emotion yet the one I pen today is a sober reflection of an iconic woman of our generation. My dispassionate attempt seeks to do justice to her transcendent efforts across multiple disciplines. Professor Primrose Kurasha was no ordinary woman …

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No opposition party worth risking reputation for Strive

Strive Masiyiwa Tafara Shumba Correspondent It was quite interesting to read on Sunday, in one of the Sunday papers that both MDC-T and Rugare Gumbo/Didymus Mutasa-led Zimbabwe People First party (ZimPF), were trying to lure business magnate, Strive Masiyiwa to lead them. It was reported that the MDC-T and ZimPF were …

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‘ZEC controls voting material’

Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa answers questions in Parliament yesterday. — Picture by John Manzongoa Farirai Machivenyika:Senior Reporter Government has not taken over the procurement of Biometric Voter Registration kits, Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa told the National Assembly yesterday.VP Mnangagwa said this during the Question and Answer Session while responding to …

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President’s birthday rekindles spirit of unity

Nduduzo Tshuma, Political Editor Contrary to protestations by opposition parties led by Mr Morgan Tsvangirai’s MDC-T that the venue reignites memories of Gukurahundi, the celebrations remind progressive Zimbabweans of the Unity Accord signed by the two great leaders on December 22, 1987 THE spirit of unity among Zimbabweans is rekindled …

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Zim share ownership schemes a mixed bag

Deputy Minister Tongofa Rumbidzayi Zinyuke: Syndication Writer Zimbabwe’s efforts at redistributing wealth through empowerment schemes have registered various levels of success over the past seven years, raising questions on whether or not it would be prudent for Government to revisit the management thereof to maximise returns to the communities.Employee and Community …

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President Mugabe is forever

President Mugabe MY TURN WITH TICHAONA ZINDOGA Western powers such as Britain and the United States are furious. They have been livid, in fact. To them Mugabe set a bad example, especially by trying to show the world that the white man can be defeated, and more so be stripped …

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Mkhwebane needs a lesson in public relations

I tentatively and nervously raise my hand in support of the new Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane. Because someone has to. And it might as well be me. And whereas I might be perplexed and confused by many of the reports about her first 100 days in office, I still believe …

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LATEST:’Zimbabwe’s next president revealed’

RESIDENT Robert Mugabe appears to have anointed his wife, Grace, as his possible successor after describing her as “fireworks” and “well-seasoned now” to withstand the political heat within and outside the ruling Zanu PF party circles. In a wide-ranging pre-recorded interview with State television ahead of his 93rd birthday yesterday, …

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