Opinion

2020 – the Year Chamisa Was Exposed

If there were still any pockets of MDC Alliance supporters who were convinced that Nelson Chamisa was the most suitable replacement for the late Morgan Tsvangirai, the events of the year 2020 must have proved to them that they were wrong. The events proved to those who still stubbornly clung …

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Africa Sails Through Despite Covid-19, Terrorism Threats

Twenty-twenty is a year many people would easily want to forget following the outbreak and subsequent effect of the novel coronavirus of 2019 (Covid-19). Massive developmental projects that African leaders had anticipated to roll out at the beginning of the year were shelved as Governments diverted funds meant for them …

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Ground Beneath Us Shifting As Economy Booms

We believe economist Eddie Cross aptly captured it when writing on his blog, that something the average Zimbabwean has not grasped is that the ground beneath us is shifting fast in terms of economic recovery. Cross, a member of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe monetary policy committee said there are …

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Marriage Concept Sinks Chiefs’ Case

The single objection raised by the senator chiefs to the Matrimonial Amendment Bill might seem a minor issue, but unfortunately goes to the heart of the whole concept of marriage as defined and continually stressed in the proposed law. The chiefs want to entrench lobola as part of the process …

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Cde Tongo – the Meaning of Freedom

Whatever a man is worth can only become worthwhile when his good deeds outlive him, instead of them being buried with him, as William Shakespeare construes when he writes: “The evil that men do lives after them; The good is oft interred with their bones.” The same can be said …

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Enforcement of Road Rules Lacking

While Christmas is supposed to be a time of family togetherness and quiet contentment, for some families it is a time of going to a hospital morgue to identify the smashed remains of a parent, sibling or child and then arranging a funeral. And this is because some people see …

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Let’s Work Together in Pursuit of Vision 2030

On Sunday, President Mnangagwa led the nation in a thanksgiving and dedication ceremony where churches from across the denominations joined hands in prayer and supplication in what has become a major event since he came to power in 2017. The President has, just as in everything he does, been leading …

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Zim’s Response to Covid-19 Gets Plaudits

The year ending in the next two days will go down as the most trying in the field of public health in recent memory, not only for Zimbabwe, but the world at large. The world and sub-Saharan Africa in particular has always had to contend with public health challenges and …

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