Opinion

Let’s Not Lose Focus – VP Mohadi

The country is under siege from negative conspiracy theories by its detractors, but Zimbabweans should remain focused, celebrating the positive goals that have so far been achieved, Vice President Kembo Mohadi has said. Speaking during the commissioning of a state-of-the-art isolation wing at Gweru Provincial Hospital yesterday, VP Mohadi said …

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We Don’t Interfere in Internal Affairs – China

China respects the sovereignty of other countries and will not interfere in internal issues, and claims that Beijing is involved in Anjin’s business deals in Zimbabwe and also stoking conflicts are grossly unfounded and aimed at driving a wedge between the two countries’ long running relations, a Chinese Embassy spokesperson …

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Zimbabwe, a Crime Scene With a Flag

Alberto is Agent Rachel’s ex-husband who occasionally clashed with the hostage negotiating expert in popular Netflix series called Money Heist. Typical behaviour in common break ups. Alberto’s prominence in the television show is based on his crime scene investigation capabilities. Beyond his eagle eye, he had ideas only he could …

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I Am Prepared to Work – ZPCS Boss

President Mnangagwa recently promoted Deputy Commissioner-General Moses Chihobvu (MC) to Commissioner- General of the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services with effect from November 1, 2020. The Herald Deputy News Editor Kudakwashe Mugari (KM) had a conversation with him about his vision as he takes up the new task. KM: How do you feel about …

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Zimbabwe: No Need to Look for Scapegoats – Sithole

Veteran sports administrator, Tommy Sithole, believes there is no need to look for scapegoats after the country’s stadiums were banned from hosting international matches by the Confederation of African Football. Initially, the continent’s football governing body had barred the National Sports Stadium and Rufaro from hosting international games while giving …

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