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New brooms, same old problems at Zifa

EARLIER this week, we published an article in this newspaper in which we praised ZIFA boss Felton Kamambo over the way he had executed his role in the first month of his presidency. We noted that Kamambo, a shock winner in a ZIFA presidential poll which some analysts claim he …

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Wetlands: Constructing ourselves out of water

The continued development of residential stands on wetlands has contributed immensely to the water crisis in Harare. It is believed that 90 percent of the city is built on wetlands, and parts of Borrowdale, Marlborough, Bluffhill, Monavale, Chishawasha Hills, Mabvuku, Tafara and Rugare among other suburbs in low and high-density …

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Balance right to demonstrate with responsibility: Mugadza

In the wake of recent demonstrations that have rocked parts of the country, The Herald Senior Writer Elliot Ziwira (EZ) interviewed Dr Willard Tawonezvi Mugadza (WTM), a legal expert in Public Procurement, Corruption, International Trade, Governance and Policy, and has done work for the World Bank Group, African Development Bank and Transparency International, to …

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The case for Internet shutdown

Nobleman Runyanga CorrespondentThis week’s violent and destruction spree by the opposition MDC-Alliance and its civil society affiliates triggered an Internet shutdown since Tuesday morning. This was on the back of very worrying developments in which the prime movers and participants of the protests were using social media to spread subversive …

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UK Condemns Killing of Protesters in Zimbabwe

THE United Kingdom (UK) has summoned Zimbabwe’s top envoy following the deadly demonstrations and subsequent human rights violations in the Southern African country. Harriett Baldwin, Minister for Africa, confirmed she had taken Zimbabwean Ambassador, Rtd Col. Christian Katsande, to task after the security forces acted disproportionately to demonstrations. She raised …

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