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Business can assist in road repairs

The rodiology centre has engaged a private company to rehabilitate the road Sydney Kawadza Senior Features Writer It is imperative, for some countries, to improve travel times and safety on their local roads and highways, as a way of attracting investment. Ultimately a good road network contributes significantly to economic development. …

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Government must act on transit fraud

Thupeyo Muleya, Opinion EFFICIENT management of ports of entry is critical in the development of any country. In the case of Zimbabwe, there have been more calls to improve service including stamping out corruption and closing leakages that prejudice Government of the much needed revenue. Recently, the Government has come …

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A case for cultural re-awakening

Joram Nyathi, Spectrum TODAY the Spectrum focuses briefly on three matters: the solicitation of public views on the selection of a Chief Justice, the insult to our culture in the definition of a valid marriage, and last week’s Supreme Court ruling which declared the beating of a child in the …

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Commodity associations backbone of agric resilience

One of the key foundations of an agricultural commodity association is the calibre of its members Charles Dhewa Good rainfall seasons are usually the breeding ground for agricultural commodity associations. As farmers harvest more than they can handle individually, the need to form strong commodity associations becomes sensible.   However, …

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Mujuru in another dreadful UK show

Joice Mujuru addresses delegates at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences recently Muney X. Zavare Correspondent JOICE Mujuru, former leader of Zimbabwe People First, former Vice President of Zimbabwe and unelected leader of the newly born National People’s Party, has all but killed prospects of a grand coalition …

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Ethanol blending is a win-win for all

ZIMBABWE can grow 20 percent of its petrol, blending ethanol derived from sugar cane easily grown in the Lowveld, but is not doing this adding to the pressures on the allocations of foreign currency. Indeed blending is now approaching just five percent since the single plant owned by Green Fuels in …

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