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A lot is at stake for our beloved Warriors in SA

THE Zimbabwe Warriors start their defence of the COSAFA Cup in Polokwane tomorrow, carrying the burden of a country that wants them to succeed again in a tournament where we have turned ourselves into the dominant force. Last year, in Rustenburg, South Africa, our Warriors won a record-breaking fifth COSAFA …

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Mentorship, guidance and training

By Erasmus Makarimayi Christianity is the life of Christ in the heart of believers. It’s not through human conception. A believer is a new species/creature in Christ, brought forth by the word of faith (Christ), the ever living and eternal Word. Apostle Peter tells us in 1 Peter 1:23: “Being …

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Victorious is certain, don’t be a victim

By STEVE NYAMBE This is because when the world seems to have neglected you, you feel like you are caged and isolated, you have to find the willpower to believe that you are not alone. Do not feel defeated, neglected or impoverished. As long as there is life in you, …

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Why devolution of power is non-negotiable

By Dumisani O Nkomo Let me, however, explode and dispel the myths that are used to dismiss devolution of power, which is enshrined in Chapter 14 of the Zimbabwean Constitution and which the government has still failed to implement five years after it was included in the country’s supreme governance …

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Constitutional values and breaches

By MIRIAM TOSE MAJOME Values and principles Zimbabwe’s Constitution espouses noble principles values, and ideals that cannot be faulted. They are well articulated and capture an overall spirit of good will and inclusiveness portraying a nation that wants to move forward. The State’s voluntary submission to be held accountable by …

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Peace must prevail as election season begins

THE country’s election season has begun following President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s proclamation of July 30 as the elections date. Past elections have often not been without drama and marked by violence and intimidation — making them dark periods in the country’s political history It is our prayer that all stakeholders — …

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You can lie, but don’t use other people’s names

By Conway Nkumbuzo Tutani I had been holding my horses to give Chamisa respite in furtherance of not appearing to be unfairly and relentlessly pursuing him with an ulterior motive. This has not been in deference or submission to a rabid and fanatical section of his supporters — the half-educated …

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In search of the old normal — Part 3

Tichaona Zindoga Political Editor Quite fortuitously, the writing of this third instalment is taking place on the day when dates for Zimbabwean elections in 2018 have been announced. This is a huge announcement and one that has deservedly made world news. Elections in Zimbabwe will complete an historic transition following …

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Chemical weapons: Russia’s position

Russia has consistently opposed the use of chemical weapons anywhere, under any circumstances. The commitment of our country to the goals and objectives of the Chemical Convention is confirmed by early completion in 2017 – three years prior to the due date – of the national programme for the destruction …

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