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Zanu PF manifesto a pie in the sky

Zanu PF’s manifesto, launched last Friday, has been described as shambolic, as once again the party makes promises it clearly cannot fulfil. The most obvious outlandish promise they made was that they will build 1,5 million houses in the next five years, when they failed to construct 250 000 during …

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Let’s see MDC-T match Zanu-PF act

Few fair-minded Zimbabweans would deny that there has been change, seismic political changes, since the launch last year of Operation Restore Legacy. By all accounts, it marked the end of an era. Except of course that there are those who thought and believe that change should have been ushered in …

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‘Leaders must always come from the people!’

I warmly welcome you to this historic occasion as we officially launch the party’s election manifesto and campaign, ahead of the watershed 2018 harmonised general elections in the sense of our desire to consolidate the gains of our revolution, independence and modernisation of both the party, Government and our great …

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The power of realisation

Realisation is a very important key when it comes to success in life. Before change can take place, somebody has to realise. For you to have some adjustments in your life there has to be a realisation, a moment where you say “I have realised the truth”. There is a …

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The untold story

Tendai Mugabe Senior Reporter The name Vernon Johnson Mwaanga may not be familiar to the younger generation of  Zimbabweans. However, in Zambia’s body politic, Dr Mwaanga is arguably one of the most respected and influential personalities after the country’s founding father and former president Dr Kenneth David Kaunda. Commonly known …

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An idea that has taken world football by storm

COCA-COLA Zimbabwe’s decision this week to honour two late Zimpapers sportswriters, Paul Mundandi and Roy Matiki, for the scribes’ contributions to the growth and success of the Copa Coca-Cola schools football tournament could not have come at a more appropriate time. That the soft-drink manufacturing giant decided to hold a …

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Hello! How do you do?

UNDER THE EAVES with Igomombe Before going very far, let me introduce myself. I came into this world some day in the month of Kubvumbi – the just-ended month of tail showers. Many troubled years later, it would also become the month of our Independence which came exactly two weeks …

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Keeping power in check: Media, justice and the rule of law

Press Freedom Day is annually commemorated on May 3 to recognise the fundamental principles of media freedom, including assessing the extent at which Press freedom is being enjoyed around the world, to defend the media from attacks on their independence and to pay tribute to journalists and media practitioners that …

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Police force needs serious cleansing

  Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) chairperson, Priscilla Chigumba all but accused the police of being a scar on the operations of the electoral management body in the way they conducted themselves in previous polls. The force is also at the centre of a strange tug-of-war in Zanu PF, where President …

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