Zimbabwe: No Need to Look for Scapegoats – Sithole

Veteran sports administrator, Tommy Sithole, believes there is no need to look for scapegoats after the country’s stadiums were banned from hosting international matches by the Confederation of African Football. Initially, the continent’s football governing body had barred the National Sports Stadium and Rufaro from hosting international games while giving …

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Zimbabwe: State Capture Claims By PG Hodzi Are Personal Opinion – Mohadi

Vice President Kembo Mohadi has dismissed as personal opinion, recent claims by Prosecutor-General Kumbirai Hodzi that most Zimbabwean State institutions were captured by corrupt cartels. Mohadi was responding to a question from Norton MP, Temba Mliswa during Parliament’s question time Wednesday. Mliswa had asked how government intended to respond to …

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Govt uncommitted to ‘Zim open for business’ pledge

editorial comment IF there is anything that President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s two year-old government has managed to do and pass with flying colours, it has been its complete disregard to set rules of engagement specifically concerning its commitment to opening up the country for business. As we speak, the cookie is …

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Looming drought a test case of human preparedness

guest column:Peter Makwanya THE news currently filtering in from recent meteorological surveys indicate a looming drought in southern Africa due to a number of reasons. News indicating an imminent drought in southern Africa, with Zimbabwe being the hardest hit, have sent shivers and shock waves down the spines of the …

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2019: The year everything went wrong

guest column:Crecey Kuyedzwa From a clampdown on protesters over a massive fuel price hike, to rolling 18-hour power cuts, Zimbabwe’s government — led by President Emmerson Mnangagwa — had its work cut out in 2019. By the end of the year, former South African President Thabo Mbeki visited Zimbabwe, engaging …

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The three villagers, demise of hope

Develop me :Tapiwa Gomo It was somewhere in the mid-1980s when I joined my grandparents in one of the villages in Mashonaland Central province. At the time, the country had a functioning economy, which gave millions of people hope for a much better future. Coming out of many decades of …

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