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Parties Discuss Migration Issues

Members of the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Migration and other stakeholders held the first validation workshop on migration governance indicators last Thursday, as they reviewed a report produced by a local consultant on institutional structures, policies and legislation that will assist in migration management. Government through technical support from the International …

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We Have a Moral Duty to Chant Down Sanctions

JUST like slavery and colonialism, the unilateral imposition of sanctions on a sovereign nation is not only immoral, but dehumanising and a serious violation of human rights, which must be condemned by all progressive forces, including the United Nations. As SADC gears towards October 25, a day set aside as …

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Understanding Method to ‘Madness’ in MDC-Run Urban Councils

Nowadays, hardly a day passes without news headlines relaying salacious details of corrupt goings on in predominantly opposition run urban councils. Often, these headlines are accompanied by the wailing voices of distraught residents pleading for the most mundane of social services. The majority of urban councils are in a state …

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Film-Makers Take Heed of the Situation

Good to be back from a long sabbatical! I hope you are keeping safe in this global pandemic. The remote control still wins at the end of the day. You just need to know that the television inspires the mind. In fact, it is a fantastic educational tool which broadens …

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National Sprint Gala On

LOCAL swimmers will this year have a different experience for the national sprint gala that is usually held in Mutare as it will be held at three different venues across the country. The swimming season got underway in earnest with Harare hosting the first gala last month and Bulawayo had …

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