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Dr Mangudya Zimbabwean economy is on a recovery trajectory buoyed by this season’s bumper harvest and the rebound of the mining sector much to the chagrin of the country’s detractors. The prophets of doom who have been predicting a total collapse of the economy which they hoped to ride on …

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Golfer Who Was Given 24 Hours to Leave Zambia

COLUMNBy Enock Muchinjo John Kelley, the veteran Zimbabwean sports writer, has belatedly joined the golfing world in paying tribute to the late golfer Simon Hobday, who died in Pretoria in March aged 76. South African-born Hobday who lost a battle with cancer won the US Seniors Open in addition to …

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Cash Crisis Pushes Tobacco Growers Into a Tight Corner

Photo: The Herald (File photo). By Taurai Mangudhla ON a scorching spring afternoon at the tobacco auction floors in Harare, farmers mill around, as has become the norm, and endure frustratingly long queues. The cycle begins with queues from the point of delivering their produce for grading to collection of …

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Paradox of Re-Industrialisation in Zim

By Butler Tambo Just last week the President of Namibia Hage Geingob spoke passionately about industrialisation, value-addition and beneficiation and regional integration among African countries for them to develop their economies when he officially opened the damp squib Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) in Bulawayo. The question is: how well …

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Post-1980 Conflict – Mugabe’s Pretext to Obliterate PF Zapu

By Hazel Cameron THIS is the second in a series of articles of a detailed research paper by British academic Hazel Cameron on the state-sponsored killings of civilians by Zimbabwean security forces between 1982 and 1987 under the pretext of suppressing dissidents in the atrocities now widely referred to as …

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