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Stop counting money, deal with causes of tragedy

ALMOST every week, a gold panner dies in a collapsed mine shaft somewhere in this verdant country. The tragedies that are occurring in mining deserve national attention, but have been ignored for so long. How many bodies have to be buried before the State realises the extent of the problem …

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Extend my territory; expand my borders

Bishop Dr B. Manjoro Dunamis It is God’s design that everything you touch must grow and multiply. It won’t be good to remain in the same place year in year out. You have dwelt on that mountain for too long now, the time has come for you to rise up …

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Technology as an educational alternative

Leroy Dzenga Lifestyle Writer “If the mountain will not come to Muhammad, then Muhammad must go to the mountain,” wrote Francis Bacon in 1625. The statement means if one’s will does not prevail, they must be willing to submit to an alternative. A school without the laboratory equipment may very …

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ED invite a step in right direction: Khupe

Tendai Mugabe THE INTERVIEW President Mnangagwa on Wednesday last week held a meeting with leaders of political parties in the country to lay the foundation for dialogue. Here, Our Senior Reporter Tendai Mugabe (TM) speaks to MDC leader Thokozani Khupe (TK)on what transpired and issues around dialogue. TM: You attended …

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We can’t afford for the new PG to fail

Tinomudaishe Chinyoka Correspondent Shamila Batohi is the head of the South African National Prosecuting Authority. You see, they also have an NPA in South Africa, just like we do. And, like they, we also appointed a new NPA boss round about the same time as they did, Kumbirai Hodzi. James …

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Re-engagement still on course: SB Moyo

Zimbabwe recently took part in the 32nd Ordinary Session of the African Union. The travelling contingent, led by President Mnangagwa, took the opportunity to continue with the country’s re-engagement agenda. Zimpapers Television Network (ZTN) spoke to Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Retired Lieutenant-General Dr Sibusiso Busi Moyo (SBM) who …

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New stadium for Harare good, but . . .

We reported yesterday that Harare City Council say they want to build a state-of-the-art football stadium in the capital’s High-Glen area. The city fathers have also committed themselves to renovating Gwanzura Stadium to bring it back into operation this year. There is no doubt, whatsoever, that Harare, with its growing …

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Updated education curriculum a threat to deaf education

Opinion: Lincoln Hlatywayo & Tawanda Matende In this article, we strongly argue that the updated curriculum framework (2015-2022) is very silent on disability issues and more specifically deaf education. The only word in the document that brings hope to learners with disability is inclusivity. We contend that the word needs …

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We need complete thinkers, not compartmentalised ones

Echoes: CONWAY TUTANI What does it mean to be a “complete thinker”? Complete thinking entails connecting apparently disparate or unconnected ideas. To further elaborate, it means being able to take on a variety of ideas and disciplines and put them all together in a way that shows they work together. …

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