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Editorial Comment: Competition in retail sector is healthy

Zimbabwe is now seeing positive inflation, that is a rising cost of living, this year after several years of level or falling prices and the National Competitiveness Commission is now being active in identifying causes and has found some increases are quite justified while others raise suspicion. Generally, we feel …

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Importance of science

LAST week a video of a demon manifesting at Divine Yard Church made the rounds on social media. The demon claimed it was the Minister of Primary and Secondary Education, Honourable Lazarus Dokora. It said its agenda was to bring Islam into the country and destabilise Christianity. It said it …

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Does Zim owe you anything? Part 2

As we continue this series of questioning ourselves whether Zimbabwe owes you anything or you owe it to yourself, I want to unpack how the civil society has been an effective tool in exploiting our people and it being a successful project of enriching oneself. This instalment might touch a …

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Daily New Testament questions and answers

Question: Explain any five titles that were attributed to Jesus? (25) A NUMBER of titles and attributes have been attached to Jesus in Biblical studies and they include Messiah, Saviour, Christ, Prophet, Son of God, and Son of Man only to mention these among many. This essay however, seeks to …

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A weird “prodigal son” called Welshman

SO great was his need that he would have been glad to take the pigs’ food, and no one gave him anything. But when he came back to his senses, he said, “What numbers of my father’s servants have bread enough, and more, while I am near to death here …

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President’s speech at the burial of Cde Ntuliki

Amai Ntuliki and the bereaved Ntuliki family; Vice-President Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa and Amai; The President of the Senate, Amai Edna Madzongwe; Speaker of National Assembly Advocate Jacob Mudenda; Our Chief Justice Honourable Luke Malaba; The Minister of Harare Metropolitan Province, Mai Honourable Miriam Chikukwa; Honourable Ministers here present; Commander of …

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Doma people: when permanent settling becomes inevitable

Freedom Mupanedemo FOR centuries, the Doma people in yonder north of Zimbabwe hunted and gathered along the mighty Zambezi and Mwanzamutanda Mountains, east of Chapoto communal lands in Kanyemba on the border with Zambia. It’s their lifestyle and despite them now being pressed in one corner, with the dwindling space …

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