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A commitment to economic turnaround

It gives me great pleasure to address you on this auspicious occasion of the 11th International Business Conference being held on the sidelines of the 58th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair. Our nation takes pride in this premier business conference that creates a business networking environment and provides …

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The importance of having a will

It is well known that only death and taxes are certain in this life, yet we always try to avoid our mortality and fudge our estate planning. The cases I have witnessed where people have left the future of their children to chance are just too many. The sad thing …

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Journalists: God-sends or the devil’s advocates?

Journalists in Africa and elsewhere around the globe three days ago celebrated World Press Freedom Day with marches, or meetings with stakeholders, including governments, as what happened in Zimbabwe, to underscore the significance of the Fourth Estate in people’s lives. In 1993, the United Nations General Assembly declared May 3 …

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Chidyausiku was a patriot, legal icon’

Justice Makarau . . . .”Chief Justice Chidyausiku leaves a legacy of hard work, unity within the Judiciary and independence” THE INTERVIEW Christopher Farai Charamba CC: Justice Makarau, how would you describe Chief Justice Chidyausiku? What sort of a man was he and what sort of judge was he? RM: …

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Inside Muzhingi’s training regime

Stephen Muzhingi Innocent Choga Fitness The athlete’s ultra-lean physique was in motion at 20 kilometres per hour. He was past the sweating point; his face was dry and intent, but it told a tale that the man had sweated profusely earlier on. Wearing a loose red vest and what we used …

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‘Prophet’ Robert Mugabe 101

President Mugabe made a bold remark at the just-ended World Economic Forum on Africa that took place in Durban, South Africa. As he addressed the forum — a gathering of the world’s economic,financial and development minds — and politicians like him too, he refused to be cowed into acknowledging the …

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Gamification excites students

The key characteristic of e-learning is entertainment which help students love learning. Welcome to the world of gamification of education. When you give a student a paper and a pen to solve 20 mathematical problem you are likely to be greeted by grumblings but if you give them a computer …

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