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‘International SME’s Indaba loaded with benefits’

Bulawayo will be hosting the inaugural CBZ International SME Indaba this week and Minister of Small to Medium Enterprises and Co-operative Development Sithembiso Nyoni is expected to be the guest of honour. Our reporter Grace Kaerasora last week spoke to Minister Nyoni on the event and other issues related to …

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Captain Fiasco scores for Zanu PF

Hate, despise and loathe him. But when you go to sleep, visit the bathroom or come from church, you have no choice but to love and admire him. Cde Phillip “Captain Fiasco” Chiyangwa is a flamboyant character — in business, social circles, politics and lately sport. Here is a colourful …

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How two-month baby fought colonialism

On April 18, Zimbabwe celebrates 37 years of independence. As part of honouring the heroes who fought for Zimbabwe’s liberation struggle, The Sunday Mail will focus on the roles and experiences of women in the fight against independence. Last week, The Sunday Mail’s Chief Reporter Kuda Bwititi spoke to one …

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‘I had a dream before Chimoio attack’

COMRADE Gilbert Musekiwa Simon Majiri, whose Chimurenga name was Cde Chabudaishudhu Kufahakuurayi last week narrated to our team comprising Munyaradzi Huni and Tendai Manzvanzvike how on deployment in Rhodesia he was arrested by the notorious Selous Scouts under the Smith regime. He narrated how after serving 10 tortuous years in …

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For Prof Moyo, the glass is half-empty

IT looks like there is something wrong with the Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Professor Jonathan Moyo. He seems to have this DNA, this penchant for nonconformity and confrontation. The learned Professor is fast becoming a legend in this regard. Then there is something very wrong with the supposed …

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