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Struggle stalwart, war strategist, epitome of unity

Sifelani Tsiko Environment, Agric & Innovations Editor The death of liberation struggle stalwart Dumiso Dabengwa after battling with a liver disease has robbed the country of a distinguished military strategist and leader who shaped and influenced the 16-year protracted armed struggle to free Zimbabwe. His death at 79, is a …

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Zupco: making govt feel good about itself

SINCE Zimbabwe’s independence in 1980, public transporter, the Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (Zupco), has probably been the most loved public entity by both the general populace and the State, reason being that, for the public, it has been their saviour in hard times and for the State, it has been …

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Groupthink diminishes reasoning

“Be careful what you wish for,” is an English expression used to tell people to think before they say they want something and to suggest that they may not actually want it. There may be unforeseen and unpleasant consequences. Well, I was reminded of that expression after newspaper publisher Trevor …

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Africa requires collective radical paradigm shift

Tomorrow marks Africa Day, when Africa is her own mirror, probably reflecting on her history, the present challenges and aspirations. However, while history, which is not static, plays a significant role in shaping national ideologies, deeply embedded idiosyncrasies and mindsets, mankind should learn that the environment in which they live …

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Rhumba group Bana Ngwasuma gains ground

Arts Reporter Former Bana Des As manager Gloria “Mama Glo” Benhura’s decision to assemble a group of Congolese and Zimbabwean singers under the name Bana Ngwasuma has proved to be a wise move. The new group is gaining ground on the local rhumba terrain, staging shows in many venues in …

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