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Editorial Comment: Let’s reconfigure our development agenda

AT the turn of the century, the once promising Zimbabwe made a fundamental political decision to sever ties with western powers who had, since colonisation, always pulled the strings in terms of the southern African nation’s economic and general development trajectory. When the country compulsorily grabbed land from the minority …

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SADC should invest in youth, technology

Kizito Sikuka Correspondent Southern Africa should leverage the vast “knowledge dividend” that resides in its young people, as well as harness new technology to ensure deeper regional integration. The former president of the United Republic of Tanzania, H.E. Benjamin Mkapa, said this at a public lecture ahead of the 39th …

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Violent demonstrations, to what end?

Elliot Ziwira Senior Writer When individuals call for demonstrations they should be guided by the collective import of their actions. Individual rights should not be seen to be impinging on the rights of others, for democracy has a way of exhibiting elements of tyranny. Demonstrations are not new, neither could …

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Zimbabwe is a country of laws

Tino Chinyoka Correspondent Zimbabwe is a nation governed by law. There is not a thing that happens (or should happen) that is not provided for by any law. We differ from the United Kingdom in one respect: they do not have a constitution. In the UK, you are allowed to …

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US regime change in Zim getting brazenly silly

Isdore Guvamombe Assistant Editor Some of us were not surprised because there was really nothing to be surprised about! When Job Sikhala announced his party would remove constitutionally elected President Mnangagwa before 2023, we knew he was a mere brave messenger, the owner of the content was the government of …

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