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Communication vital in environmental management

By Peter Makwanya In development paradigms, developing countries aspire for middle-income status within a defined period. But for any country to attain a middle income status, which will be anchored on a sound economic base, industrialisation, technological development, clean energy development, sustainable environment and life-long learning, strategic communication is paramount. …

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Without Zanu PF, MDC is nothing

By Tapiwa Gomo They have compared the importance of the forthcoming election with the historic election in 1980 that delivered Zimbabwe from the Rhodesian administration. There are, indeed, similarities when we look at these two scenarios in terms of political significance and generational importance. The change from the colonial administration …

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Opposition must continue pushing Zec for reforms

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) has finally relented and will allow political parties to observe the printing of ballots, a significant victory for the opposition that has been campaigning for this. It is a mystery why Zec has been obstinate on this issue for so long, as it is a …

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Campaigns should address bread, butter issues

NewsDay Comment Issues that affect the poor majority, must leave no room for lies, hate speech and cheap politicking, which incite violence. Since the coming in of the “new Zanu PF dispensation” last November, we have been made to believe that as Zimbabweans we have come of age and are …

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Campaigns should address bread, butter issues

By Learnmore Zuze The recent deliberate falsification of Nelson Chamisa’s statements by The Herald that he had said something to the effect that he can impregnate any woman is quite disturbing. In essence, what The Herald succeeded in doing is to depict Mnangagwa’s electoral campaign as based on unfounded attacks …

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Strengthen linkages between industry, training institutions

There seems to be a general sentiment that graduates being produced by Zimbabwean universities are by some margin behind their counterparts in other parts of the world. Many have written or spoken on the need for institutions and State universities to revise their curricular and fund research, but there has not …

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Marijuana recreational use and its dangers

Delta-9-tetrahydro-cannabinol (THC) is the main psychoactive that is a mind-altering ingredient in marijuana and is responsible for the majority of the effects of using marijuana. THC is a highly lipid soluble, which means that it can cross the blood-brain barrier and reside in certain body tissues for extended periods of …

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Does MDC Alliance’s $100bn economy promise check out?

MDC Alliance principal and former Finance Minister Tendai Biti has repeatedly claimed that, if elected into Government, the opposition coalition would propel Zimbabwe to a $100 billion economy in eight years. Biti told an MDC Alliance rally in Murehwa on March 24, 2018, that the $100 billion economy target could …

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Empower communities to evaluate their knowledge

Charles Dhewa Correspondent eMKambo is increasingly meeting rural communities that have been schooled into valuing tangible assets like dams and tractors at the expense of intangible assets like knowledge on how to earn more value from those assets. In agricultural communities where assets like irrigation schemes and roads have been built or …

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