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DeMbare on the brink

Mubaiwa may have done himself great harm by falling out with the fans that are primarily the club’s cash cow, telling them to “go hang” in local media. Time is also ticking for the Harare football giants’ coach Lloyd Mutasa (pictured), who was last week given a three-match ultimatum in …

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How research can shape up climate knowledge, development

Zimbabwe as one of the Least Developed Countries (LDC), or to put it lightly, a developing country, and with time it must be seen to be shedding off that status or backward tag, gradually but in a more proactive and assertive manner. The only way that can deliver this country …

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Mnangagwa must stop singing from Mugabe’s hymn book

IN his inaugural speech just about five months ago, President Emmerson Mnangagwa made several positive promises, suggesting a paradigm shift from tyrannical politics to that of tolerance and dialogue, as Zimbabwe closed its sad chapter of 37 years of despotic rule under ex-President Robert Mugabe. Fast forward to April 17 …

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ZPC Kariba overtake DeMbare

Maxwell Murimi’s 34th minute own goal gave winless ZPC Kariba the lead but despite holding on for most of the second half, Shabanie equalised in the 71st minute through Kibaki Dlamini to salvage a point.ZPC Kariba coach Godfrey Tamirepi was a disappointed man after watching his side draw their fourth …

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ED, team deserve plaudits for excellent work

ZIMBABWE has scored major successes in the past four months, attracting investment commitments worth more than $11 billion largely due to the new dispensation’s emphasis on openness, honesty, hard work and complete departure from the scorched earth policies of the previous administration. President Mnangagwa recently said Zimbabwe’s more than two …

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