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Stop the Rot in Parastatals!

COLUMNBy Lloyd Gumbo Sometimes one wonders if corruption in Government institutions will ever end. And whether corporate governance will ever work in Zimbabwe. How about institutions that are in place to fight corruption, are they there to fight graft or to exacerbate it? Do people get into public institutions to …

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Mawarire Quits Mujuru’s National People’s Party

Photo: AMA Joice Mujuru. By Freeman Razemba National People’s Party (NPP) spokesperson Mr Jealousy Mawarire has quit the party, barely a week after he was involved in a public scuffle with party president Dr Joice Mujuru’s spokesperson, Mr Gift Nyandoro, at a local hotel. Mr Nyandoro suffered a broken leg …

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Katsande Seeks Chiefs Legacy

Photo: The Herald Willard Katsande. By Petros Kausiyo Zimbabwe skipper Willard Katsande believes the long-term deal he recently signed with Kaizer Chiefs will give him an opportunity to play with more focus and determination as he looks to complete his professional career with the Soweto giants. Katsande’s contract with Amakhosi …

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No Permanent Friends or Enemies in Politics

Photo: New Zimbabwe Grace Mugabe and Emmerson Mnangagwa (file photo). COLUMN “… the Grace and Kasukuwere drama reminds us of Mugabe’s politics of deception; the employment of cunning and duplicity in statecraft or general conduct. This should save as a warning to Zanu PF sycophants and Mugabe bootlickers.” WHOEVER said …

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Juba Officials Miss Tuition Payment – Students Leave Zimbabwe Campus

By Ayen Bior Twenty-nine South Sudanese students on a government-sponsored scholarship to study at Zimbabwe’s Harare Institute of Technology were forced to leave school a week ago after Juba officials failed to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for their tuition and fees over three semesters.. A letter from the …

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