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Devolution Bill must fully address all issues

Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services minister Monica Mutsvangwa addressed a post-Cabinet media briefing on November 20, where she announced that Cabinet had approved principles of the Provincial Councils and Administration (Amendment) Bill. By John Makamure Local Government, Public Works and National Housing minister July Moyo then presented the principles, which …

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Charity must begin at home for music promoters

A closer look on the showbiz calendar as the year draws to an end shows that celebrated Jamaican artistes, Lutan Fyah and Morgan Heritage, are billed to perform in the country on Unity Day’s eve at the Harare International Conference Centre, courtesy of David House. Editorial Local artistes who are …

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Endorsements and democratic processes or the lack thereof

“Cults while premised on personalities, eventually become established systems with entrenched beliefs. Removing the leader of the cult is thus not going to destroy the cult itself. To end a cult, one needs to dismantle the entire system that it is built on. It cannot be reformed.” just saying with …

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Early Presidential endorsement well-conceived

The endorsement of President Mnangagwa as Zanu-PF’s sole candidate for the 2023 Presidential race ahead of the 17th Annual National People’s Conference, which began with a Politburo meeting on Tuesday, has been badly misread by sections of the media who view the move as cheap politicking. President Mnangagwa has been …

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The day MDC legislators were paid in own coin

Nobleman Runyanga CorrespondentSince the beginning of the Ninth Parliament of Zimbabwe, MDC legislators have displayed a sickeningly childish behaviour which is unbecoming of an opposition party anywhere. The lawmakers have sought to gain the electoral victory which eluded them in the ballot box on July 30 through unorthodox, unparliamentary and …

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Sanctions: No more kid’s gloves

Tafadzwa Mugwadi CorrespondentThe world over, every nation that is worth its survival has always been faced with decision moments in response to either historical, present or future threats. Zimbabwe is not an exception. The only unfortunate reality is that when the country reaches such a scizzorian stage, not everyone would …

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Africa’s enemies don’t deserve apologies

Obi Egbuna Jnr SimunyeAt this critical juncture in history, Mother Africa’s children at home and abroad find themselves forced to confront just how committed they truly are to the path and journey of revolution. During one of his most well-known speeches, “Message to the Grassroots”, Brother Malcolm lovingly warned us …

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We Have Agents in Our Midst

By Pupurai Togarepi The fact that Zimbabwe is open for business does not mean that the country is open for abuse and foreign interference and this should be understood loud and clear by the MDC and its handlers who now seek to direct our judiciary system. We listened in shock …

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Teach Yourself Human Rights!

By Sharon Hofisi You’re a human being, and you’re entitled to some absolute or conditional rights. Sculpting time to read the constitution in a school, workplace or home environment may seem difficult. Dates such as 10 December or the human rights day; pressers from human rights organisations; and listening to …

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Millers must invest in bread value chain

There is no doubt that wheat is the second most important cereal crop after maize in the national food basket of Zimbabwe and national leadership, farmers and companies should prioritise its availability. Since the country is in overdrive for import substitution, producing wheat locally is likely to result in huge …

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