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Zimbabwe is open for business, says Bimha

CDE MIKE BIMHA . . . “There is a lot of work that has gone into it (improving the ease of doing business) and it’s a pity that there hasn’t been a lot of publicity. I think we should now find other ways of making it public so that people …

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Manyuchi needs our support

Charles Manyuchi IT was the night we dreaded would one day come, but even in our wildest nightmares we never imagined that, when it came, it would be in such devastating fashion which would send the entire nation into painful soul-searching. At the hands of such an opponent, long on …

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Beware political hyenas in sheep skin

Perspective, Stephen Mpofu The political scenario in Zimbabwe is fast becoming curious ahead of next year’s harmonised elections. To begin with, Zimbabweans are touted — and in that respect hug themselves — as the most literate nation on the African continent with an over 90 percent literacy rating. Tragically, however, …

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Zimpapers is a security advantage Comrade

Cde Kasukuwere Tafadzwa Mugwadi Correspondent BRITISH journalist George Orwell has defined journalism as writing what someone does not want written with everything else qualifying for public relations. And recent attacks on the Zimpapers family by two Cabinet ministers and Zanu-PF officials, principally Saviour Kasukuwere and Professor Jonathan Moyo, is clear evidence …

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Good rains, but what of tomorrow?

The rains have increased prospects of a good harvest this year Sydney Kawadza Senior Features Writer In the midst of a successful agricultural season with abundant rainfall patterns, Zimbabwe is celebrating an expected bumper harvest. The situation is the same in most southern African countries that received favourable rainfall during the …

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Working together for a prosperous Zim

Sirak  Gabrehiwot Correspondent This week the Government and UN Development System in Zimbabwe, together with development partners, civil society organisations validated development results supported by the 2016-2020 Zimbabwe United Nations Development Assistance Framework (ZUNDAF) in 2016. The year 2016 marked the first year implementation of the 2016-2020 ZUNDAF and the …

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Less fines, more pro-business reforms please

Minister Walter Mzembi Christopher Farai Charamba Correspondent Sometime last month, one of those entertaining videos went viral on the social media. In this particular clip, a Zimbabwe Republic Police traffic officer was at pains to explain to an individual of Asian origin, perhaps Chinese, that his vehicle should have two fire …

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Tokwe-Mukosi should be fully utilised

TOKWE-Mukosi, now the country’s largest inland dam, is set to attract investments worth millions of dollars, but there is need to come up with a sustainable investment programme to make opportunities attractive to investors. The dam, completed in December last year is expected to spur economic boom not only in …

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Why hang Helen?

Look at her: she is beautiful, she is elegant, and she is provocative, even at the mature age of 66. Moreover Helen has got the African talking once again, even thinking, about his place in this Whiteman’s world. Helen Zille is the current premier of the Western Cape in South …

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Britain, EU —hands off Zim elections

WE are appalled by the behaviour of some Western envoys accredited to Zimbabwe and call on them to desist from their meddlesome ways lest they derail the re-engagement efforts between Zimbabwe and their countries which were showing signs of progress. We are particularly disappointed by the actions of British Ambassador …

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