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Dealing with time wasters

SUCCESS LIFE: Jonah Nyoni “If you understand that wasted time is a wasted life, you will start running away from television, you will begin to run away from movies, you will run away from games like criminal case and candy crush.” Sunday Adelaga Wasted time is worse than wasted money. …

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Honesty: The ‘trump card’ to fighting corruption

TODAY we conclude our mini-series on fighting corruption. I hope you have been reading each week, but if you missed you can find any article on the Newsday website by searching Ashley Thaba. As our final article, I want to share the “trump card” to fighting corruption. The 100% guarantee …

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Command Economics has never worked anywhere

Editorial Comment PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s presidency continues to deflate ordinary people’s hopes as he appears completely out of touch with what is happening on the ground as seen by the unwarranted threats he issued to business. Zimbabwe is currently an unfavourable place to do business because of Mnangagwa’s “trial and …

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How fact-checking can win the fight against misinformation

Opinion: Peter Cunliffe-Jones, Laura Zommer, Noko Makgato and Will Moy ACCORDING to fact-checkers at the Washington Post, United States President Donald Trump has made more than 13 000 false or misleading claims since his inauguration. It is no wonder some people doubt that the fact-checking of politicians’ claims is an …

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Rape and the miniskirt myth

Guest column: Miriam T Majome THIS week the normally invisible Gender Commission was in the news for all the wrong reasons. It was widely reported and circulated that one of its officials had suggested the formulation of a dress code for female students in tertiary institutions to protect themselves from …

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