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A roadmap for African industrialisation

Former Mauritian Prime Minister and President Anerood Jugnauth Africa is at a crossroads. Six of the world’s ten fastest-growing economies are now located in the region, and the continent’s GDP is expected to grow at a rate of 4.1% this year, up from 3.6% in 2017. Yet Africa’s economic growth …

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Opposition’s overconfidence worrying

By Learnmore Zuze Zimbabwe has known the rule of one party since independence. Zanu PF has been the party in power in the last 37 years; their modus operandi is well-known to us. Their style of doing things we have seen; their promises we have heard and the coming into …

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Viva fresh lies

My People, I see most of you have been having a good time about the lying pastor. Maybe lying is too strong a description.By DOCTOR STOP IT Let us call him very creative and imaginative. I mean how many people can bravely tell the world that they have met US …

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Do you know what loving you looks like?

How do you feel about the relationship you have with that voice inside your head? Do you have a positive supportive relationship with this voice or is it your worst critic? with Cynthia C Hakutangwi Do you derive a sense of self-worth from performance or perfection? When witnessing someone else’s …

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A new constitutional state in Africa: Zimbabwe 1980 – 2018

By Oskar Wermter SJ In 1980 legal independence was granted by Great Britain. In the middle of 2018 there will be general elections of Parliament and the President. Elections used to be held every five years. But because of election manipulations these elections were often considered not entirely legal. Former …

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How Africa Comms Week inspired new African narratives

Public relations practitioners in Zimbabwe for the first time joined the rest of Africa to celebrate the second edition of Africa Communications Week commemorated from 21 to 25 May. The aim was to stimulate debate around the role of public relations and corporate communications in the revival of the Zimbabwean …

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Zimbabwe needs break from the past

THE recent call by United States senator, Chris Coons, that President Emmerson Mnangagwa must walk the talk on reforms, cannot be wished away especially now when the world is closely watching each and every step we make to find out if indeed, as the Zanu PF leader claims, we have …

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Editorial Comment: Let’s fight drug abuse in our communities

First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa was spot on at the weekend when she warned children against drug abuse, early child marriages and other such pursuits that have afflicted the young generation. Describing children as future leaders, the First Lady stressed the importance of ridding society of such misdemeanours and urged young …

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MDC demo an admission of imminent poll defeat

Nicole Hondo Correspondent On April 23, 2018 MDC Alliance presidential candidate and MDC-T leader, Nelson Chamisa, claimed his party had unearthed Zanu-PF’s alleged election rigging machinery and was now confident of an outright victory in the upcoming elections. Chamisa told supporters at Ruwangwe Business Centre in Nyanga North that there …

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