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Vaccination key to rabies prevention

SEPTEMBER 28 is World Rabies Day, a day set aside to highlight the prevalence  of the world’s deadliest infectious disease and how to prevent it through vaccination. Dogs that are commonly seen unattended in our suburbs are the animals most likely to catch rabies and...

Work will make us great

THE summer cropping season is upon us and I urge all farmers to shame our detractors by continuing to do and increase the good work we have recorded in recent years. The success we enjoyed in our political arena, let us extend to the fields...

Unity key to development

NOW that elections are effectively over, it is time for Zimbabweans to work together irrespective of political differences in order to achieve our goals of social and economic development that will see us through to Vision 2030. We take note of recent advice by respected...

Awakening in former French colonies

DID you know that the French history in its former colonies is full of gross injustices? What they called ‘assimilation’ was nothing but a cover of cruelty and exploitation because blacks could never really become French. In Southern Africa, some former British colonies, like Zimbabwe, fought...

El Nino can be tamed

THE recent prediction of EL Nino phenomenon in this region means Zimbabwe, like other Southern African countries, is going to experience a challenging agricultural season. We must still be quite aware of the 2015/16 El Nino-driven drought which gives us a clear picture of what...

Exposing subtle attacks on land revolution in Zim

By Dr Tafataona Mahoso ON September 4 2023, The Telegraph (UK) published a story titled: ‘Hundreds of white farmers return to Zimbabwe in boost for agriculture’.  The Mail and Guardian (South Africa) on April 20 2018 published a much earlier version of the same story called:...

Remember knowledge is power

ONCE again we are getting into that exciting season of graduations. We believe that when a person receives an education, that person has been empowered. The whole essence of education is to transform one into a better citizen. Zimbabwe will do well and emerge victorious because her...

Towards a prosperous 2030

THE inauguration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Monday, September 5 2023, brought to an end successful harmonised general elections and marked the beginning of a new era of expected accelerated development. President Mnangagwa won 52,6 percent of the presidential vote against his nearest rival Nelson...

Honouring those who came before us

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa is on record for saying let us continue our unity and commitment to progress and that, together, we will build a resilient Zimbabwe, honouring those who came before us.  Before the country held elections on August 23, ZANU PF had campaign rallies...

Peace underlines poll

WE are happy with the peace that has characterised the Zimbabwean polity before, during and has continued even after the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) announced the final results of the just ended  harmonised general elections. We take this opportunity to congratulate President Emmerson  Mnangagwa and...

De-constructing the legal tools of imperialism …compatriot’s tribute to Tomana

By Dr Tafataona Mahoso I STARTED working with  the late Ambassador Johannes Tomana in 2002,   when he was a partner at Muzangaza, Mandaza and Tomana.  He became legal counsel for the then Media and Information Commission (MIC).  I was   one of the seven...

Vote for our heroes and heroines

AUGUST 23 is finally here and the die is cast. Eligible voters in the country shall throng various polling stations countrywide, selecting their preferred candidates to take the nation forward.  Yes, there are many political parties on the ballot but the two main rivals are President...

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