Colonial systems remain exploitative

POLICIES put in place by the West in Africa were to make resources exploitable.  If these policies of land...

Let’s shun stay aways

THE idea of trying to force the removal of a democratically elected Government through stay aways and demonstrations is something which should...

Why I hate Easter?

EDITOR – EASTER is over, but I still have some burning questions about this foreign thing we somehow adopted as a people. 

How my brother paid the ultimate price

The story of ambuya Miriam Kapunza THE Rhodesian Government introduced some of the harshest tax laws which included the...

Revisiting power of letters

By Fidelis Manyange WHEN we were growing up, we used to spy on our elder sisters and brothers’ love...

Education and national critical skills: Part Three…critical steps to increase skills in the engineering...

IN order for Zimbabwe to improve the quality and quantity of skills in the engineering and technology cluster, the following strategies are recommended: Training for...

ESAP and the West’s double standards

AT post-independence, to reduce Zimbabwe’s inherited deep socio-economic disparities, the Government attempted structural adjustments (before the imposition of ESAP) to compensate for...

Mbeki’s grand return

THERE is something unique about former South African President Thabo Mbeki, something peculiar that it connects with his commanding presence, that those...

Premiership journey begins

THE 34-week Castle Lager Premier Soccer League journey begins this weekend after close to four months break.  The league was scheduled to begin on March...

Let us produce wheat to avert costly imports

EDITOR — I WOULD like to commend Government for rolling out the Command Wheat Programme which is set to revive the wheat sector. For the...
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