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Economy on the rebound …the facts on the ground

LAST week at Cleveland Shooting Range, President Mugabe said the economy was on the rebound and torched a storm. Local detractors dismissed his assurance of an economic recovery as wishful thinking. They... 
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Dreams make nations

THE shooting down of Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Honourable Engineer Walter Mzembi’s plan to bid for the 2034 FIFA World Cup points to Zimbabweans who, like Thomas, only believed after... 
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Lessons from our great heroes

IN the next few weeks we shall be celebrating the wonderful achievements made by our heroes of the First and Second Chimurenga respectively. The question that quickly comes to mind is, what lessons can... 
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MuckRaker, Tsvangirai and Rhodesia lure

THERE appeared little danger when Iden Wetherell, the author of the MuckRaker column in the Zimbabwe Independent newspaper latched onto embattled MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s nostalgia for Rhodesia. But... 
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Benjamin Freeth the pathological racist: Part One

IN a Zimbabwe Independent article titled, ‘Land: Mugabe Strips Whites of Rights’, Benjamin Freeth, the son-in-law of the late apartheid war criminal, Mike Campbell, unwittingly asks questions whose... 
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Dynamos face CAPS United backlash …as battle for supremacy continues in PSL

League preview THE Harare derby this year can be summed up as the ‘best three’. Two league meetings and a quarter final match in the One-Wallet Cup make the two soccer rivals clash three times this... 
Benjamin Freeth the pathological racist: Part One

Benjamin Freeth the pathological racist: Part One

IN a Zimbabwe Independent article titled, ‘Land: Mugabe Strips Whites of Rights’, Benjamin Freeth, the son-in-law of the late apartheid war criminal, Mike Campbell, unwittingly asks questions whose answers unfortunately define him not only as a simple-minded white supremacist, but a pathological racist totally beyond redemption. The poor devil asks: “Is being a person of […]

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Textures of Zimbabwean landmarks

By Dr Tony Monda IN Chrispine Mutsadyanga’s art, the Zimbabwean Eastern Highlands in winter is presented to us in brusque bronze strokes of grass, lazy sun-scorched granite boulders, red and yellow ochre vegetation, glistening purple mountain haze and a cleavage of sky blue mirage mountains in the background. The hills in the foreground embrace the […]

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Tips on solid waste management

Tips on solid waste management

POOR solid waste management practices have been a problem over the past few years causing not only an eyesore, but health hazards. The failure by many people to properly manage solid waste by having proper consumer behaviour and the failure by local authorities to collect litter on time not only exacerbated poor solid waste management […]

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Let’s not put un-Godly things in our Constitution

AS each day passes one becomes convinced that it is better to remain African than to emulate whites. Most values that are abominable in our society have been brought by people who emulate whites. These are the people who have been schooled in the ways of white people in universities in Europe and Africa through […]

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Sack potatoes viability questioned

Sack potatoes viability questioned

COMPANIES offering training on growing potatoes in sacks have flourished around the country, with most of them smiling all the way to the bank after charging between US$20 and US$50 per person for the one-day training course. Flyers and adverts were all over the show as ‘trainers’ sought to lure many unsuspecting job seekers and […]

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Reflections of life at Khami Prison

Reflections of life at Khami Prison

KHAMI Prison just outside Bulawayo, which housed nationalists and freedom fighters, was a place designed to break even the toughest guerrilla prisoners. Prisoners that survived Khami including Cde Martin Mwale recall a time so merciless that they count themselves lucky to have made it out alive. In October 1971, Martin Mwale had been convicted of […]

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Stop the strange phenomenon at funerals

THERE is a strange phenomenon that has gripped the country and is disturbingly becoming a trend. It is the violation of the dead and their families. The chief culprits have been those involved in the vices that include prostitution, hardcore criminals and some members of the Movement for Democratic Change. This phenomenon that has many […]

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Giants fall in  One-Wallet Cup quarter finals

Giants fall in One-Wallet Cup quarter finals

FIREWORKS characterised proceedings in the One Wallet Cup quarter final matches played last weekend. A total of six goals were scored in open play. Two of the four quarter finals were decided by penalties after one-all draws. Dynamos, Highlanders, Harare City, FC Platinum, How Mine, Chicken Inn, CAPS United and Triangle made up the quarter […]

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Economy on the rebound …the facts on the ground

Economy on the rebound …the facts on the ground

LAST week at Cleveland Shooting Range, President Mugabe said the economy was on the rebound and torched a storm. Local detractors dismissed his assurance of an economic recovery as wishful thinking. They accused him of living in the past and making forecasts divorced from reality. But is it not true the economy is on the […]

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