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Get Zifa polls done and out of the way

ELECTIONS to choose the football leadership in Zimbabwe and elsewhere in the world are always a contentious issue but the battles for leadership positions often get uglier in Africa. The Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) is no exception to the kind of elections that are preceded by bitter campaign fights some …

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An early Christmas for Zvimba mothers

Sydney KawadzaA cursory web-based search for Phillip Chiyangwa describes him as a Zanu-PF politician, businessman, actor, socialite, football administrator and controversial personality in Zimbabwe. All these words have been to many people the dictates on Phillip Chiyangwa although with age Zimbabwe is yet to see the mature man who shocks …

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Time to consolidate freedom gains

Stephen Mpofu CorrespondentZimbabwe’s political octopuses must have their hard shells slashed yesterday to create space for majority povo to occupy and consummate Uhuru; otherwise the agrarian revolution as a consequence of the armed struggle in which gallant sons and daughters of the soil sacrificed their precious lives for freedom — …

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Qualifying and quantifying political reform in Zim

Joram Nyathi My ViewEarlier this week a local daily reproduced an article from the American weekly magazine, Newsweek. The article was titled “White farmers ‘getting poorer, sicker’ as they await Government compensation”. This was in reference to former white commercial farmers who lost land reclaimed by Zimbabweans from their former …

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‘All in place for Zanu-PF indaba’

Thupeyo Muleya THE INTERVIEWZanu-PF is poised to hold its 17th Annual National People’s Conference at Mzingwane High School, Esigodini, in Matabeleland South Province, between 10 and 15 December, with 5 000 delegates expected to attend. The annual indaba, the first of its kind in the Second Republic, will be held …

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It’s official: We plant trees

Lifestyle ReporterOn December 5, 2018 President Mnangagwa officially launched the 2018/ 2019 Tree Planting season at the National Tree Planting commemoration held at State House in Harare. The President took time to read out and sign a Declaration affirming Government’s commitment to recognise the National Tree Planting Day every year …

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Be careful: Not every friend is a good friend!

Bishop B. Manjoro DunamisToday I will talk to you about friends. Be careful who you call your friend. Esau, though a first born in his father’s house and entitled to the birthright, lost it due to whom he chose to spend time with, and listen to. He lost value of …

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Success served with a platter of failures tastes better

Chad ChawandaSuccess and failure go hand in hand. Failure is an integral part of success, it complements and completes success. Just as coffee and sugar are complementary to each other and sugar increases the sweetness of coffee, making it more enjoyable. In the same way, failure enhances the taste of …

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Daylight robbery of pricing at 4:1, but giving change at 1:1

As economic recovery measures are implemented, let’s discuss this wrong mentality — yes, wrong — that nothing works until everything works because in real life there are no quick and easy fixes. echoes: CONWAY TUTANI For one, we should also be wary of armchair and doctrinaire socialists outrightly condemning the …

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