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Division: Last thing labour needs at the moment

INDICATIONS from the country’s labour fraternity that all is not well within the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) with affiliate organisations mulling to exit in the wake of the departure of one of ZCTU’s members, the Zimbabwe Teachers Association (Zimta). This is a very sad development. Giving its reasons …

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Security agents must stay out of judiciary system

IN February this year we published a landmark ruling by the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) which declared as unconstitutional any involvement of the police and army personnel in the country’s judiciary system. The ConCourt’s unanimous decision to outlaw the engagement by the National Prosecution Authority (NPA) of army and police personnel …

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10 thoughts on entrepreneurship

The unavailability of jobs must make us think of other alternatives. We can’t wait for someone to create jobs for us. We must now think about how to create our own jobs and for others. The debate has been: Not all of us are born entrepreneurs. It’s a good hypothesis …

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Lessons from China on corruption

WHEN a country’s leadership is serious about fighting corruption, positive things happen. China and Singapore are examples of what happens when political leaders put their money where their mouths are. In his book The Governance of China, the Chinese President Xi Jinping outlines his government’s practical and hardline approach to …

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Enjoying Christ’s arrival

I ALWAYS maintain and repeat that the believers journey starts with arrival. We’re saints not sinners; saved not condemned. The journey of a believer starts with arrival. God, in His mercy, has advantaged us to enter into grace or His rest after taking care of the departure and distance and …

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‘Govt walks the talk on reforms’

Zim rising steadily out of debt Fiscal discipline now a reality THE INTERVIEW WITH TAFADZWA CHIHAMBAKWE This week, Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube (MN) presented a State of the Economy report in Parliament amid heckling by opposition MPs. Despite the interruptions, he pressed on, outlining some of …

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Trump marching to war with Iran

A US war with Iran would dwarf the Iraq war in ferocity, destruction and body count. It would blow up the entire region and draw the US into an indefinite guerrilla conflict that would result in defeat, long after Trump is dead and gone. But don’t expect him to have …

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Political party leaders must be exemplary

SALUTATIONS It is my singular honour and privilege to welcome you all to this wonderful occasion, as we witness the historic launch of our Political Actors Dialogue. This marks a significant landmark in the history of our great nation under the Second Republic and is unique in many ways, being …

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