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It’s your time, you can do it!

Throughout history there are various generations that have come and gone. Each of those generations had a distinguished characteristic amongst all other things. From the Word of God, we see right from Abraham, generation after generation coming forth. Abraham, Moses, Noah, are amongst the men who had powerful times in their …

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General Chiwenga Must Resign

By Moses Chamboko WHEN a serving soldier goes astray, there are many different types of remedial actions that can be invoked. The most common of these punishments is what is known as Confinement Barracks (CB), usually for minor transgressions like absence without official leave (AWOL) or inappropriate dressing. For more …

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Guspy Warrior, King Shaddy head to Chinhoyi

Guspy Warrior Arts Reporter Dancehall musicians Guspy Warrior and King Shaddy will tomorrow travel to Chinhoyi for a show at Club Empire dubbed “Mad Saturday” in Chikonhohono suburb. Club Empire has become one of the most popular places in the Mashonaland West provincial capital and has hosted a number of …

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Zim far from being a fragile state

Zimbabwe’s ministers attending the World Economic Forum on Africa in Durban, South Africa, (from left) Minister of Finance Patrick Chinamasa, Industry Dr Mike Bimha, Economic Planning and Investment Promotion Dr Obert Mpofu and Foreign Affairs Simbarashe Mumbengegwi Victoria Ruzvidzo In Focus Africa has a propensity to shoot itself in the …

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FBI director threatens WikiLeaks, Assange

Julian Assange Patrick Martin Correspondent FBI Director James Comey lashed out at WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange, calling the anti-secrecy organisation a hostile intelligence service and suggesting that Assange would have been taken into custody if he had not taken sanctuary in the Ecuadorian embassy in London nearly five …

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Time to punish land barons

A bulldozer destroys a house at an illegal settlement along Airport Road in Harare last year Christopher Charamba and Talent Gore Features Writers On Tuesday, during the handover of Cde Chinx’s new home in Sentosa, Harare, the First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe spoke on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. She mentioned how …

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Real proletarians don’t assist imperialism

While the entire planet commemorates May Day for the purpose of dealing with fundamental issues that affect citizens of the world who make up the everyday work force, US imperialism is forced by circumstances to rewrite their own history. Due to this dynamic, so-called African Americans are reminded of the …

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Doing it better than Helen Zille

With President Mugabe’s guidance, Zimbabwe has pioneered land reform, offering an armature around which the rest of the sub-region can polish its act Joram Nyathi Spectrum GIVE it to President Mugabe. He has angered the white world. Worse, he appears to be infecting his neighbours. For the first time in …

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Africa can lead the world in inclusive growth

Humanity faces some tough challenges in the 21st century. By 2050, we’ll reach “peak population” with more than 9 billion people. That’s a quarter more mouths to feed with ever scarcer resources. We’ll be much older on average, which means that ageing nations in the Americas, Asia and Europe will …

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