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Mugabe praises shows stupidity of hating each other

Echoes: CONWAY TUTANI JUST when you think the funeral saga surrounding the late former President Robert Mugabe is finally over, new twists and turns emerge. Not to mention that everyone — virtually everyone — wants to get in on the act. Yes, many people have become involved in mourning Mugabe …

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Bulawayo poor voter registration a wake-up call

Editorial Comment THE poor voter registration turnout that has been recorded in Bulawayo, with less than five residents taking part in the ongoing exercise each month according to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) must serve as a wake-up call to the opposition parties as Zanu PF is likely to be …

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Of addiction, demand and supply

Guest column: Fr Oskar Wermter SJ YOU can get addicted to many things, eg to gambling for good luck to win a fortune; you can play roulette in a casino and win a big amount by mere chance. You can get dependent on alcohol and drugs, on sex and pornography. …

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Moving on from Mugabe era

Guest column: Eddie Cross BEING in Harare in the past two weeks has been quite an experience. The Robert Mugabe era has finally closed after his death in Singapore on September 6, even through he is yet to be buried. But from a people perspective the whole thing was just …

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SA student, wins edible straws prize

Jenna Etheridge Correspondent There is nothing more “sucky” than when a paper straw collapses while you’re trying to sip your drink. So a Stellenbosch University student decided to create an edible straw that would allow people to enjoy their drinks and still be environmentally-conscious. Leila Siljeur (19) a second-year Chemical …

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