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Let’s make Zim great again

There is a general expectation of rapid economic growth in Zimbabwe, driven by massive infrastructural growth, given the new political dispensation. guest column: Tororiro Isaac Chaza However, there is an adversary at work, the ‘African time’ phenomenon, which is probably the highest cause of retarded development on the African continent. …

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ED’s business dance, Masiyiwa’s compliance

President Emmerson Mnangagwa recently held a consultative meeting with Zimbabwe’s business sector. This came against the backdrop of a national economic crisis largely caused by a new monetary policy that sent commodity prices and informal exchange rates on a wild spin. guest column: Takura Zhangazha Reports on the outcomes of …

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Makunde braces for Diamond Challenge

Ellina Mhlanga Sports Reporter FOLLOWING the release of the Diamond Challenge fixture to take place in South Africa between this month and December, Zimbabwe’s senior netball team coach Lloyd Makunde says their game against the hosts is the most important in their quest for success. The Challenge will feature Botswana, …

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Let not our oil go the diamond way

A Botswana joint venture between the government and conglomerate miner De Beers founded in 1982 has seen sustained development and is one of the best examples of how African leaders can manage natural resources to improve the lives of their people. For five consecutive years, Ethiopian Airlines has defied the …

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A dismissal that changed course of Zim’s history

Tichaona Zindoga Political Editor The band played on. Feverishly. Madly. Deafening sounds and wet, clammy bodies gyrating against each other in lustful, prodigal passions. Zimbabwe was enthralled by a mad political spectacle. It was the year 2017. The ruling zanu-pf party was headed for yet another rapture – the second …

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Let’s engage as the youths

Pupurai Togarepi Youth Matters ELECTIONS have come and gone and remarkably Zimbabwean youths participated in large numbers to shape their future, something we, as the Zanu-PF Youth League, believe is testimony to the fact that we are up there on governance and national issues. Our leader, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, won …

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Peter’s Penny, Isaiah’s ‘Herb’

Sharon Hofisi Legal Letters The Zimbabwean citizen feels the 2 cents tax after a certain bracket is some unfair “Denarii Sancti Petri”. Yes the “alms of St Peter”. Similarly, the quest to find a cure for HIV has resulted in the arrest of a man of the cloth. But the …

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Zimbabwe as a new gateway into Africa

Hon. Prof Mthuli Ncube Special Correspondent ON Friday afternoon of 2 November 2018, I visited Surface Wilmar based in Chitungwiza, Harare. The company is owned by one of the largest companies in the world in the production of edible oils, based in Singapore. The factory floors are most impressive and …

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EDitorial Comment: Time business spoke against sanctions

We want to commend President Mnangagwa for standing firm on Government’s continued funding of Command Agriculture. This is not gratuitous; there are solid reasons for this, foremost the fact that food is a national security issue in every country. But there is more. President Mnangagwa told business leaders at their …

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