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Scramble for Zimbabwe!

AS the scramble for Zimbabwe intensifies, one sees President Robert Mugabe as the ultimate magician at the centre of the epic act. But Mugabe is no magician because magic is about illusions. The man vilified... 
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Loads of cash or mega deals?

A FEW weeks ago His Excellency President Robert Mugabe came back from China where he had signed huge deals between China and Zimbabwe in the following areas: Infrastructure, mining and agriculture. The... 
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Traitors: A dreaded threat to Zimbabwe

JUDAS ISCARIOT was a traitor who collaborated with the Jews to assassinate Jesus. Judas Iscariot was a game-changer in the works of Jesus Christ contributing decisively to his arrest and subsequent assassination. What... 
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Lesotho political crisis …SADC’s lasting solution

Recently in Pretoria, South Africa THE media has been awash with reports about Lesotho’s political crisis. In spite of the vast coverage, the populace in Lesotho and in the Southern African Development... 
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Mavonde/Monte Cassino Battle (1) …(Mozambique) September 1979

By Booker Tichazvipedza THE Mavonde/Monte Cassino battle pitting a supposedly superior white Rhodesian Airforce against a crack ZANLA artillery unit was a duel fought during the Lancaster House talks in... 
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Struggle for Zimbabwe …launch of the north eastern offensive

IN the last edition of the Struggle for Zimbabwe we looked at the formation of the Front for the Liberation of Zimbabwe (FROLIZI), a movement whose goal was to supposedly ‘unite’ the two liberation... 
Are Rhodies coming back through the Zimbabwe Constitution?

Are Rhodies coming back through the Zimbabwe Constitution?

ALTHOUGH President Mugabe has repeatedly declared that, “Zimbabwe shall never be a colony again!” the provisions of the Zimbabwe Constitution take a different position. When broken down to its essentials, “Zimbabwe shall never be a colony again,” means, “Zimbabwe shall never be ruled by Rhodesians or put simply, “No Rhodesian shall ever rule Zimbabwe again.” […]

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Pakare Paye for solo festival

Pakare Paye for solo festival

PREPARATIONS for the annual Pakare Paye Solo Festival, slated for September 27 in Norton are at an advanced stage, organisers have said. During the festival, artistes deliver performances without their other band members. The festival, a brainchild of superstar Oliver ‘Tuku’Mtukudzi, who is also the artistic director, will see a number of local artistes delivering […]

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Police  fire management role hailed

Police fire management role hailed

THE Zimbabwe Republic Police has been hailed for assisting in efforts to reduce incidences of veld fires countrywide. Speaking during the Fire Management Awards ceremony held at Morris Depot to honour the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) for the role they are playing in reducing veld fires, Environmental Management Agency (EMA) chairman, Professor Sheunesu Mpepereki said […]

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Struggle for Zimbabwe …launch of the north eastern offensive

Struggle for Zimbabwe …launch of the north eastern offensive

IN the last edition of the Struggle for Zimbabwe we looked at the formation of the Front for the Liberation of Zimbabwe (FROLIZI), a movement whose goal was to supposedly ‘unite’ the two liberation movements, the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU) and the Zimbabwe African People’s Union (ZAPU). The FROLIZI objective as expected was a […]

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Chatham House Report: Zimbabwe’s International Re-engagement The Long Haul to Recovery

By: Knox Chitiyo and Steve Kibble Download full document here

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Beekeeping: ZRP engages female officers

Beekeeping: ZRP engages female officers

BEEKEEPING as a project is fast gaining popularity in the country such that female officers in the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) have embraced it in order to improve their livelihoods. Speaking at a three-day beekeeping workshop held in the capital on Tuesday, ZRP senior assistant commissioner, Felistas Chikowero said the introduction of beekeeping projects among […]

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Mavonde/Monte Cassino Battle (1) …(Mozambique) September 1979

Mavonde/Monte Cassino Battle (1) …(Mozambique) September 1979

By Booker Tichazvipedza THE Mavonde/Monte Cassino battle pitting a supposedly superior white Rhodesian Airforce against a crack ZANLA artillery unit was a duel fought during the Lancaster House talks in London in September, 1979 where the Rhodesians intended to weaken the Patriotic Front’s ZANU and ZAPU bargaining power at the talks. The Rhodesians suffered a […]

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West must eat humble pie

THE coming in of China and Russia into the country in so big a way must send a message to the West which they must pay heed to if ever we are to work with them sustainably in the future. The message rather messages are crystal clear. Zimbabwe will not be held to ransom. Zimbabwe […]

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No rest for Zim cricketers

No rest for Zim cricketers

STEVEN Mangongo and his lads have no time to rest as they resume in preparation for the upcoming Bangladesh tour. Zimbabwe who are coming from a Triangular series with South Africa and Australia, have a tight training schedule ahead of a long Asian tour. The players have two sessions at the Harare Sports Club with […]

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Scramble for Zimbabwe!

Scramble for Zimbabwe!

AS the scramble for Zimbabwe intensifies, one sees President Robert Mugabe as the ultimate magician at the centre of the epic act. But Mugabe is no magician because magic is about illusions. The man vilified by the West, has stood firm weathering storms and his resolute stance on matters of sovereignty has begun to pay […]

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