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Where have all the flowers gone?

David Mungoshi Shelling the Nuts According to Russian formalist literary theory, most people are so insensitive to their immediate surroundings that they tend never to know or notice the detail. Those who live near the sea do not hear the waves, and those who live metres away from a busy …

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Kenya pays heavy human, financial cost for unsafe abortions

Estelle Monique Sidze Review Correspondent One of the critical targets for countries that are trying to meet the sustainable development goals is reducing the number of mothers who die from complications during or immediately after their pregnancies. The target for 2030 is that each country will have less than 70 …

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The A to ZEC of post-election Zimbabwe

Tichaona Zindoga Political Editor SUNDAY, August 26, saw Emmerson Mnangagwa being sworn in as Zimbabwe’s second executive President, effectively putting to bed the prolonged election season in the country. Forty eight hours earlier, the highest court in the land, the Constitutional Court had thrown out a challenge on the President’s …

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Govt declares war on armyworm

Nyore Madzianike Manicaland Bureau GOVERNMENT will leave no stone unturned in the search for lasting solutions to the fall armyworm problem, which has affected many farmers throughout the country in recent  seasons. Speaking at the official opening of the Manicaland Agricultural Show last week, Minister of State for Manicaland Provincial …

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Folly of the ‘Jecha Muhupfu’ politics

Nick Mangwana View from the Diaspora THE word “sabotage” means to deliberately destroy or disrupt something and hinder its normal operation. The origins of the word is contested but the most accepted foundation is that, French industrial workers used to wear wooden shoes to work called “sabots” or clogs. It …

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Reflections on the Zim we want

Elliot Ziwira Senior Writer I magine how formidable our fortress against outside interference would be daughter of my mother if we combined the resilience in you, coupled with that motherly glow of yours with our revolutionary brother’s rock stead inclination, and merge it with our little brother’s intellect and inquisitive …

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Zim bigger than Chamisa’s inflated ego

President Mnangagwa has done more than an average leader would do to bring his nation together. It should be everyone’s patriotic duty, unsolicited, to work for the good of their motherland. From the launch of his election campaign to his inauguration on Sunday, President Mnangagwa has pleaded for unity, oneness, …

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Engineers should front infrastructure development

Now that the elections are over, win, lose or draw, there is no better time to rebuild Zimbabwe than now. It is no secret that Zimbabwe’s infrastructure has been steadily falling apart for the last twenty eight years. Guest column: Jacob K Mutisi Zimbabwe faces a multitude of crumbling roads …

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