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Stop politicking, just act on cholera

IT appears our politicians don’t know when to stop playing politics and put the nation ahead of their desire for political power advantage, even with thousands of lives at stake. The cholera outbreak is one such point in case where Zanu PF and MDC are playing ping pong while 25 …

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Harare city must learn from Bulawayo

Harare has been hit by a second major cholera outbreak in a decade although this time the emergency was declared within a couple of days of the Government finding out and resources — national, local and private — are being mobilised. But it should not have happened and the Harare …

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Chamisa must stop window dressing

Prosperity  Mzila Correspondent Leader of the MDC-Alliance Nelson Chamisa has proven beyond reasonable doubt that he is the king of selfies, that he is the master of window dressing and an expert at taking advantage of dire situations to prop up his political image. His visit to Glen View Clinic where …

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Stop this charade, Chamisa

Farirai Machivenyika Mr Speaker Sir The July 30 harmonised elections are now water under the bridge and the swearing- in of the new Cabinet and parliamentarians means everyone’s focus should now be on service delivery. It is regrettable, Mr Speaker Sir, that the leader of the MDC Alliance is failing to …

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Student who shone

Rumbidzai Ngwenya Features Writer “Never look down upon yourself, where there is a dream, there is success and where there is success there is no limit. Even the sky is not the limit, you can go beyond. All you have to do is spread your wings and fly until you can’t …

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Capacity development: Key to achieving sustainable results

Rudo Grace Gwata-Charamba Correspondent The tone for business in the Second Republic, explicitly not business as usual, was set in earnest following the swearing in of Cabinet ministers on Monday. It is serious business towards real transformation in line with President Mnangagwa’s Vision 2030 and expectations among stakeholders are sky-high in …

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Participatory approach the way to go for farmers

Kenny Ewan Correspondent A stranger enters the room, from another world, and tells a long-time team to do things differently. The chances of a great outcome, based on human psychology, are not great. Most of us are used to the way we do things, and only sometimes dying for a chance …

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Respecting Zimbabwe, Aretha Franklin

Obi Egbuna Jnr Simunye The African world is 48 hours removed from our Queen of Soul, Sister Aretha Franklin’s tribute at the end of Black Girls Rock 2018, and nearly three weeks removed from her sendoff on Friday August 31 2018. Our Sister Queen’s home-going was a nine-hour event that …

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How to keep cholera at bay

Dr Walter Chigwaru Correspondent Cholera is a diarrhoeal disease that is caused by the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. Cases of cholera are on the increase in Zimbabwe. Cholera is spread by ingestion of contaminated food or water. The bacteria are transmitted between humans through the faecal-oral route; a bite of contaminated food …

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Let’s give new Finance chief all the support

President Mnangagwa’s hunt for perfect men and women to help him deliver a prosperous Zimbabwe to the people ended on Monday this week when he swore in his 20-member Cabinet and deputy ministers at State House. The announcement ended weeks of speculation on who the Head of State and Government …

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