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An extraordinary socio-political, economic engineer

President Mugabe President Mugabe is an extraordinary socio-political and economic engineer. He has shouldered and continues to shoulder the burden of the African case with unparalleled resolve to see the continent achieve total economic emancipation and political independence. Zimbabwe, under President Mugabe has posed a real and direct threat to …

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President Mugabe gets better with age

President Mugabe Andile Tshuma, Chronicle Reporter Wine gets better with age. The older and more matured it is, the more expensive and precious it becomes. Similarly, the country’s icon, hated by enemies of African empowerment and loved by the masses, President Mugabe has grown better with age.   Conventional wisdom …

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Zimbabwe: Denying ‘Chaosists’ the Pleasure

OPINIONBy Tichaona Zindoga ON February 17, an organisation called European Interagency Security Forum (EISF) published a paper titled, “Zimbabwe: A Crisis Unfolding” that was grim in prognosis of Zimbabwe’s political situation, even though it was not totally unexpected both in form and content. EISF describes itself as an independent network …

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Return land to the people

The opportunistic and misguided claims by the latecomers to our revolution and members of the opposition that the ANC has neither passion nor commitment to the struggle for land lacks historical validity. The current debate on land redistribution cannot be adequately interrogated without reflecting on the land issue from the …

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Why President Mugabe is an African hero

President Mugabe Special Correspondent President Mugabe stands for the downtrodden African countries on the international stage. He is the voice of the voiceless. There are a few men who are as controversial as the Zimbabwean President. Even Western foreign policy has proven to be ill-equipped to deal with President Mugabe. …

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Govt, doctors talking at each other, and not to each other

THE doctors’ strike entered its third day yesterday, with the medical practitioners and the doctors talking at each other, but not to each other, further exacerbating the stalemate. Comment: NewsDay Editor Health and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa Doctors have legitimate concerns and it was ill-advised for Parirenyatwa Group of …

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The new curriculum: A pupil’s point of view

Dr Lazarus Dokora Haniel Nyauta, Opinion THE new Zimsec curriculum has raised many questions and concerns especially among teachers and parents concerning its feasibility with respect to the financial implications of acquiring the resources necessary for its implementation. Although these concerns are genuine, little has been done to address the …

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