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Zanu-PF Must Not Fall Into the Criminal Cabal’s Trap

By Hildegade Manzvanzvike The holding of the harmonised elections sometime this year will be the highpoint for judging Operation Restore Legacy and the subsequent events that saw former President Robert Mugabe stepping down from office after 37 years. This will also be the biggest test for President Mnangagwa, who will …

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We Should Have Said, No to Bob!

By Nick Mangwana People in Zanu-PF have been called cowards and all such names. Maybe we were. For surely talking to some comrades it is clear very few genuinely loved Robert Mugabe in his last years as President. An even less figure wanted him to continue leading both country and …

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Forthcoming Election Is a No Contest

By Tinomudaishe Chinyoka Our politics is entering uncharted territory. In one day, a Presidential candidate wishes his putative opponent good luck in the coming elections and hopes that the campaign will be peaceful, and another unleashes his supporters on his political opponents resulting in several smashed heads and a number …

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Dj Khule Coming After Oskid and Dj Tamuka

By Tinashe Mutero Zimbabweans are by nature a highly moralistic and conservative people. There are a lot of things which we as Zimbabweans can do freely. It is a sure sign that one is Zimbabwean when they are unnecessarily humble, coy about their achievements. But DJ Khule of GM Records …

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Parliament Should Intensify Oversight Role

OPINIONBy Farirai Machivenyika Portfolio committees proceedings hogged the limelight in the past few weeks, with heads of various parastatals being grilled over goings on at their various institutions. Mr Speaker Sir, gone are the days of taking parliamentary business casually or as a formality given the seriousness that the President …

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100 days of Mnangagwa in the health sector

When President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government came to power in November 2017 following a military takeover, he quickly established a government and made numerous promises regarding government programmes within the first 100 days in power. By Dewa Mavhinga & Fortune Nyamande The government had, “hit the ground running” and had adopted …

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Government lethargic on listeriosis outbreak

THE recent outbreak of listeriosis in neighbouring South Africa has once again exposed the lukewarm response to disease outbreaks by both the government and Health ministry. By Gerald Gwinji Although there has not been any reported case of the disease in Zimbabwe yet, the officials were reluctant and delayed issuing …

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