THE new draft constitution could be a boon for some high profile women MPs.
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FOR Harare City Council it is always a case of one step forward, two steps back with their initiatives to bring normalcy in the capital always coming back to haunt [...]
IN response to “Parastatals to cede stake in Chinese firms” (Zimbabwe Independent, September 5), state enterprises and parastatals are public assets which should not be sold-off willy-nilly.
IN response to “Share ownership trust funds looted” (Zimbabwe Independent, September 5), I always expected the funds to be looted at some point but I am still shocked it has [...]
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe should take a cue from the old adage that charity begins at home in as far as clamouring for democratic practices and reforms on the international stage [...]
IT is sickening how the bigwigs in the financial services sector have gleefully joined politicians in the affluence bandwagon at the expense of the rank and file employees.
WITH all due respect to Finance minister Tendai Biti, I wholly disagree with his interpretation of chapter 16 of the draft constitution.
DEPUTY Prime Minister Arthur Mutambara must be a frustrated man. His agenda of Public Private Partnerships or Private Finance Initiative, early in his deputy premiership seemed likely to deliver liquidity, [...]
IN response to “Mugabe Jamaica comments ill-advised” (Zimbabwe Independent, September 14), my question is if Jamaica is a nation of lazy drunkards perennially hooked on marijuana why does such a [...]
PRIME Minister Morgan Tsvangirai is a public figure and his private life will have a bearing on how he performs on the political front. Therefore anything that generally concerns him [...]