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RADAR: Whimpering David — the man who cried wolf

Have elections in Zimbabwe already been lost — and won — before their scheduled July 30 date? This is a serious question that may need careful dissection as one looks at the configuration of the political players and their prospects in Zimbabwe. Granted, there are more than 100 political parties …

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I’m not ashamed not to be a politician — Moyo

On Wednesday, Dr Nkosana Moyo, who leads the Alliance for People’s Agenda (APA) as presidential candidate in the July 30 harmonised elections, launched the party’s manifesto. He joins 22 other contestants for the country’s top job and earlier this week he shared his political agenda, philosophy and prospects with The …

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A brighter future beckons

Stephen Mpofu Correspondent Zimbabwe’s new beginning — call it new dispensation after the fall of former president Robert Mugabe’s government last November — continues to posit a brighter future so that uninterrupted peace and stability are a must for the consummation of the exciting new prospects for our motherland. [Which …

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Fresh water of the Holy Ghost

Bishop B. Manjoro Dunamis Today I will talk to you about the fresh water of the Holy Ghost. It is the kind of water that quenches thirsty. Jesus said let those who are thirst come to me and drink. There are people today who are thirsty for: the gifts of …

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MDC-T must face election, let ZEC do its job

This week Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) chairwoman Justice Priscilla Chigumba was forced to restate a position she has been making. That nothing short of an earthquake would stop the July 30 harmonised elections. That’s just about 40 days away. “Let me put the law into perspective,” she said for the …

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Quitting UN rights body puts US ‘on wrong side of history’

Karen McVeigh Correspondent The Trump administration’s decision to withdraw from the UN Human Rights Council puts the US on the wrong side of history and should be urgently reversed, activists have said. The council needed reform, said campaigners, but remained a vital force for accountability and justice in a “post-rights …

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ED: The issues, action man

George Charamba The impending July 30 polls will be about confirming ED Mnangagwa for Presidency, not choosing him for the same. A ballot-mediated pronouncement and confirmation that what started in the portentous month of November 2017, must now be placed onto a democratic plinth, so it “flowers” into a full-blown …

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Chamisa bound to lose the 2018 presidential race

Elijah Chihota Correspondent Politics is not for the faint-hearted as it needs someone who has the requisite stamina to captivate the electorate without insulting anyone. It is a game for the politically astute and shrewd strategists. If MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa was to be put to the political …

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Hurungwe folk enlist bees to fight deforestation

By a Correspondent Forests in Hurungwe and other parts of Zimbabwe are under attack from illegal logging gangs and charcoal extraction. But the battle against deforestation has a helpful ally: the bee. Though it could soon be facing a fight of its own, some Hurungwe folks are now increasingly enlisting …

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Mazoe: Why we must not kill this Zimbabwean brand

Sifelani Tsiko  Senior Writer Mazoe juice has a long-standing history of brand loyalty unseen not only here in Zimbabwe, but the world over. Its true value is hinged in the desire by its huge loyalty base for long-term connections and mutual trust on both sides of the equation. But the …

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