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Women breaking leadership barriers

Review Correspondent Although child-bearing and rearing are by nature a female preserve, it is concurrently with these noble roles that women are showing their prowess to organise, focus and make decisions that represent the society at large. Gone is the traditional mindset that the best place for a woman is …

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When suicide is not martyrdom

Gibson Nyikadzino Correspondent Events that have unfolded since Nelson Chamisa elbowed Thokozani Khupe out of the MDC T have made it explicit that the opposition leader has nothing to offer to the generality of Zimbabweans except kindergarten promises. In short, Chamisa must not confuse suicide with martyrdom. Before the death …

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Kanyemba development top priority: President

Tendai H. Manzvanzvike The power of partnering in worthy causes was demonstrated on Wednesday when President Mnangagwa and First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa hosted a special dinner at State House for American doctors, who spent a week in Kanyemba, Mbire district in Mashonaland Central Province offering free health care services …

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Zanu-PF: The rise of the phoenix

Elijah Chihota Correspondent As the 2018 harmonised elections draw near, July 30 2018 to be exact, ZANU- PF, as the proverbial Phoenix, is rising from the ashes of the previous dispensation to become a formidable political player. All opposition parties, especially the MDC Alliance, were so worried why ZANU-PF was …

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Of NPF, NPP, political legitimacy and 2018 elections

Bevan Musoko Correspondent The liberation war waged by Zanla and Zipra forces against the settler Rhodesian regime in the 1970s shaped the new State of Zimbabwe and has, in fact, continued to guide the narratives that have characterised political discourse in independent Zimbabwe. The liberation war was basically influenced by …

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Remembering Imam Khomeini

Sheikh Abdullah Makwinja Correspondent This year marks the 29th anniversary of the demise of Imam Ruhullah Khomeini, the man who led one of the greatest revolutions of the 20th Century, a revolution which survived 40 years of punitive measures and permanently changed the political landscape of the Muslim world and …

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Devolution key to cleaning up mess in councils

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa last week accused MDC-T run councils of performing badly and urged Zanu PF supporters to vote them out. Mnangagwa was right, some MDC-T councils have been woeful and certainly voters must think twice before retaining them. But that is half the story. Successive Zanu PF governments have …

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Can reason prevail over emotions in elections?

By Tapiwa Gomo It is crucial because, it is now urgent that the country moves forward. It is unique because for the first time in almost 20 years, we will not have former President Mugabe and the late leader of the MDC-T, Morgan Tsvangirai on the ballot paper as presidential …

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Season and blessings of Pentecost

“And, being assembled together with them, commanded them that they should not depart from Jerusalem, but wait for the promise of the Father, which, saith he, ye have heard of me. For John truly baptised with water; but ye shall be baptised with the Holy Ghost not many days hence.” …

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‘New dispensation alive to youths concerns’

Youth empowerment is at the heart of Zanu-PF Youth League as it implements President Mnangagwa’s vision of transforming Zimbabwe into a middle-income economy by 2030. The revolutionary party’s youth wing has come up with various programmes beneficial to the young people. Our Senior Reporter Tendai Mugabe (TM) caught up with …

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