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Soldiers in Boko Haram-Style Invasions

By Nyasha Chingono and Lisa Tazviinga At a private hospital in Harare on Wednesday, a mother lay between her two children, all writhing in pain from injuries sustained when masked soldiers attacked their home Boko Haram-style. After firing several gunshots at her doorstep in the wee hours of Wednesday, armed …

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Call upon the name of the Lord, and He will act

Bishop B.Manjoro DunamisWhen the Lord visits, he brings deliverance and being delivered doesn’t mean that you are possessed but your situation needs to change. Exodus 3;7-8 reads: “And the Lord said, I have surely seen the affliction of my people which are in Egypt, and have heard their cry by …

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We Need to Find Each Other As a Nation

By Brian Kagoro As we begin 2019, there are key lessons from the coup and Zimbabwe’s post-coup experiences. The key lessons going forward relate to ethical leadership, public sector performance management, service delivery, hard and smart work and the foolishness of trying to transact change in an ethical and ideological …

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Amid Protests Zimbabwe Orders Second Internet Shutdown

The latest increase has made gasoline in Zimbabwe the most expensive in the world. Protests have been met with hundreds of arrests and a second shutdown of the internet. Zimbabwe’s largest mobile phone operator Econet Wireless said on Friday it had again been ordered to shut down internet services until …

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Govt, Civil Servants Resume Talks

By Felex Share Government and civil servants are today scheduled to meet for further discussions under the National Joint Negotiating Council (NJNC) after consulting their constituencies over salary increments. The two sides failed to find each other last week when the workers rejected a 10 percent salary review from the …

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