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New Year resolutions

The festive season is certainly a good reason to spend and enjoy quality time with family and friends. The tough economic environment is proving difficult to spend out of budget. But then again, how many people really formulate a budget and plan ahead? And, is it worth planning when prices …

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Fear not, God is watching you day and night

Bishop B. Manjoro Dunamis As a child of God, you must always remember that you have all the protection you need in life. If the Lord is on your side, who can be against you? Job 3:25-26 reads: “For the thing which I greatly feared is come upon me, and …

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#End Gender-based Violence

At 16, Fungai Moyo (not her real name) looks frail and vulnerable. She is among the expecting mothers at a shelter at Nyanga District Hospital. The girl from Tanda Village, Nyanga district, Manicaland province has been housed at the waiting home so that she can be closer to a health …

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Fidel Castro’s legacy lives on

CRR: It is difficult to talk about Fidel Castro in a few lines. Fidel is an icon of the Cuban revolution. He left a permanent mark on the Cuban people, due to his prodigious intelligence, vision, rebellious nature, sense of justice and honour, committed fight for justice and humanism. He …

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Sports facilities due for facelift

THE provision of infrastructure and facilities commensurate with international standards remains key to the development of sport in many developing countries, Zimbabwe included. Sport the world over is now big business with capacity to contribute significantly to the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) if things are done properly. But for …

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Tell the truth and forgive, but never forget!

IN 1980, after Independence Day on April 18, many ex-combatants went home to their families, their wives and children. This was not always a happy reunion. Some ex-fighters realised that while parents, brothers and sisters were much relieved that their son, daughter or brother was still alive, it took some …

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Strategic planning

THE year is coming to an end and the Zimbabwe budget for 2019 has been tabled. A budget gives us a skeletal and panoramic view of what must or can be achieved. Every blueprint is dead until we put action to it. SUCCESS LIFE: JONAH NYONI Corporate leaders should now …

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National Budget changes the path

Zimbabwe’s austerity Budget presented yesterday passed the major fiscal test: Next year we will pay a little over $450 million more in taxes than the Government plans to spend on salaries, allowances, pensions, operations and maintenance. So Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube has managed to stop the …

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