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A case for renewable energy in Africa

Africa, according to McKinsey’s Brighter Africa report, has 13 percent of the world population, yet 48 percent of the global population are without electricity, 600 million of them being Africans Tinashe Chikweshe Correspondent Africa has for long been the dark continent of the world and in terms of energy it has …

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MPs should not contribute during public hearings

Lawrence Katsiru Lloyd Gumbo Mr Speaker Sir Zanu-PF MP for Marondera Central, Lawrence Katsiru stirred a hornet’s nest this week when he made unfortunate statements to the fact that Ndebele people must first pay lobola and compensate Shonas “for abducting and forcing into marriage young girls and raiding cattle from …

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Nkosazana Dlamini zooms home

Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma Tichaona Zindoga Political Editor DR Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, the first woman African Union Commission chairperson, this week made a triumphant return to her native South Africa after handing over the reins to Chad’s Faki Mohammat. Having already made a name for herself as the chief of the …

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Editorial Comment: Cut imports, promote local production

News of rampant smuggling of goods through the country’s borders, especially between Zimbabwe and South Africa and Mozambique is disturbing. But it is known that this economic sabotage takes place also through borders with Zambia and Botswana. This is a cancer which every patriotic Zimbabwean should combat. But that is …

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Cash situation has improved: RBZ

Dr Mangudya Happiness Zengeni The Business Interview Business Editor Happiness Zengeni (HZ) spoke to Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor Dr John Mangudya on the situation with the country’s money supply inclusive of bond notes and treasury bills. The following are excerpts from the interview: HZ: What is the exact situation …

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