How to make our children heirs of SADC: Part Two

How to make our children heirs of SADC: Part Two

IN Part One we highlighted how the vast amount of mineral resources in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) explain why the same region is often referred to in business circles as ‘Africa’s Persian Gulf of Minerals’! The key question which SADC is obliged to ask itself now and in future is: How do we […]

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Local artistes clinch endorsements

Local artistes clinch endorsements

VERY few local artistes can claim to live off their art. Stung by piracy the artiste has often been reduced to being a pauper with big names like Nicholas Zacharia, Mechanic Manyeruke, Chase Sikhuza among others seriously affected. The 100 percent local content policy implemented by the Ministry of Media and Information and Broadcast Services […]

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Developing countries dumping ozone depleting technologies

Developing countries dumping ozone depleting technologies

THE protection of the ozone layer has been a priority for many years and efforts have been driven by phasing out methyl bromide, hydro chlorofluorocarbons and chlorofluorocarbons. However, these substances that have been almost phased out in developed nations are still in use in developing countries. Most developing countries continue to adopt outdated technologies that […]

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Targeted sanctions:  US hypocrisy exposed

Targeted sanctions: US hypocrisy exposed

BY the time United States President Barack Obama unconvincingly finished rummaging through the sanctions poser thrown at him by Zimbabwe’s 21-year-old Takura Chingonzo, the exposure of Uncle Sam’s rattled administration’s hypocrisy had been brought to the fore in stunning fashion. Obama had been put on the spot by Chingonzo, a Zimbabwean student and ICT entrepreneur […]

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Levies stifling livestock growth: ZFU

Levies stifling livestock growth: ZFU

THE Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Ministry and stakeholders in the livestock sector will from next week tour the country’s provinces to gather input from players and review the Livestock Policy. The policy is hinged around issues of value addition, livestock sector financing, research and extension. The reviewed policy is expected to promote the growth […]

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The Constitution and the founding values of our nation

The Constitution and the founding values of our nation

A MOST important section in the Zimbabwean Constitution that must be revised and rewritten in an honest and forthright manner is the section on the Founding Values and Principles of our nation. This is Section Three contained in Chapter One under Founding Provisions. The Section avoids telling the truth about the real demonstrable and tangible […]

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Everyone must be accountable

I RECENTLY had a very disturbing realisation which was made more disturbing by the fact we are assuming the chairmanship of the Southern African Development Community (SADC). It appears no one is accountable anymore; accountability that is answerability, responsibility and liability has totally disappeared among our people. From the young to the old, it has […]

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Dynamos, CAPS in tricky Chibuku ties

Dynamos, CAPS in tricky Chibuku ties

THE glory days are back in the country’s top flight soccer as more packages continue to be unveiled. The return of the Chibuku Super Cup has been received with great joy as teams engage in yet another 16-team knockout tournament this year. A sum of US$500 000 has been injected into the tournament that kicks […]

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Youths: Are you ready for national heroism?

Youths: Are you ready for national heroism?

CLOSING the recently concluded ZANU PF Youth League Conference, President Robert Mugabe had no kind words for cadres involved in vote buying scams. Chiding both the bribers and the bribed, the President referred to these activities as ‘rubbish’ and the culprits as ‘madhodhabhini’. The vote buying allegations marred a platform that traditionally has been used […]

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