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The day Jonathan Moyo stripped in public

I WISH to apologise to Cde Jealousy Mawarire and other NPF comrades who have been hurt and injured by a private conversation about the need for T-shirts for NPF, which was inadvertently broadcast via live twitter video on Monday 21st May 2018. The conversation was meant to be a private …

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Dealing with porn addiction

Porn addiction is considered a behavioural addiction that is characterised by an ever-growing compulsion to view pornographic content or material. In the past, a person suffering from an addiction to pornography would primarily satisfy his or her craving for pornographic content by viewing or storing pornographic videos, magazines, and photos. …

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MDC-T primary polls: Making a mockery of democracy

When zanu-pf carried out its primary elections over the past few weeks to select its candidates for the forthcoming harmonised elections, MDC-T and other detractors of the revolutionary party went to town over the challenges which characterised the democratic process. The opposition’s criticism of the zanu-pf’s internal polls process came …

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Lingering effects of Japan’s ‘Employment ice age’

Get on board any Tokyo subway in the springtime months, and you’re likely to encounter a sight that has become as much a part of the seasonal landscape as cherry blossoms and spring showers: young people hunched uncomfortably in brand new suits, staring intently at their smartphones or checking frantically …

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Cultivating power of real-time awareness

As agricultural value chains in developing countries become over-crowded and hyper-competitive, real-time awareness has never been so important. While digital technology is being presented as a solution, more efforts have to go into ensuring information satisfies the needs of farmers, traders and other value chain actors who want to engage …

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On Zim’s return to the Commonwealth

After an extended absence, some 15 odd years, Zimbabwe has initiated the process to return to the international body known as the Commonwealth. In the year 2003, Zimbabwe pulled out of the organisation made up primarily of countries that were once part of the British Empire due to disagreements over …

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President is right on anti-corruption unit

THERE is a reason why I don’t normally read Alex Magaisa’s “Big Saturday Read”, and it is not just because it is always unnecessarily windy and boring to read, though there is something to be said about that. Rather, it is because I have always had the sneaky suspicion that …

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Electoral Bill key to credible elections

Passage of the Electoral Amendment Bill by Parliament last week gives impetus to the assurances by President Mnangagwa to stakeholders that his Government is committed to free and fair elections  this year. The Bill seeks to amend sections of the Electoral Act and to complete an alignment of certain provisions …

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Mining must anchor economic revival

Mines and Mining Development Minister Winston Chitando, made startling revelations when he told a Chamber of Mines indaba in Victoria Falls recently that little to no exploration of mineral reserves was happening in Zimbabwe. Minister Chitando said lack of investment towards the discovery of new mineral deposits on existing operations …

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