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Trevor Ncube

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Job Sikhala — A plea for tolerance

There is an urgent need for prison reform and infrastructure modernisation.
By Trevor Ncube Oct. 5, 2022

Electoral Reforms must be inclusive of all stakeholders

There is still no consensus on the form and extent of the crucial reforms that would make elections in Zimbabwe credible and move the country forward.
By Trevor Ncube Oct. 13, 2022

Sanctions and corruption are hurting Zimbabwe

Chamisa is overly aware of this lethal effect of sanctions on Zimbabwe but because he sees them as a weapon to fight his way to State power.
By Trevor Ncube Nov. 2, 2022

Power of language in nation building

Colonialists knew the unifying power of language. When the British colonised the land between the Zambezi and the Limpopo, they found indigenous populations at war with each other.
By Trevor Ncube and Nevanji Madanhire Nov. 10, 2022

Bitcoin — a new tool for privacy and freedom of transaction

Bitcoin — a new tool for privacy and freedom of transaction
By Nevanji Madanhire and Trevor Ncube Nov. 9, 2022

Language: A glue that binds nations

Believe it or not, the coming of colonialism is what put a halt to this process.
By Trevor Ncube and Nevanji Madanhire Nov. 11, 2022

National Reconciliation: time for politicians to grow up, build a resilient nation

At this moment what Zimbabwe needs cannot be achieved by one person or one political party.
By Trevor Ncube Nov. 17, 2022

National reconciliation: Time for politicians to grow up, build a resilient nation.

It is not too late for President Emmerson Mnangagwa to rise above #thisandthatforED and do the tough but crucial job of leading all Zimbabweans.
By Trevor Ncube Nov. 22, 2022

Press freedom and responsibility

Has the media in Zimbabwe over the years taken a stance that works for the resolution of the conflict, or has it worked to aggravate the situation?
By Trevor Ncube Nov. 24, 2022

The alternative Sona

The full potential of our economy will only be realised once land, our biggest asset after our people, is made bankable again.
By Trevor Ncube Dec. 1, 2022

The scourge of corruption in the newsroom

Low salaries are no defence for the debasing of this otherwise very noble profession.
By Trevor Ncube Dec. 7, 2022

Power, poor strategic thinking

It was foolish to depend so much on Kariba South Power Station because hydropower stations are always seasonal.
By Trevor Ncube and Nevanji Madanhire Dec. 14, 2022

No new dispensation at Makombe Building

Petty officialdom, and crass rudeness are some of the experiences I have had when dealing with government officials.
By Trevor Ncube Jan. 19, 2023

Zimbabwe needs national psychological safety

This culture starts from home, the education system, the workplace and permeates all facets of national discourse.
By Trevor Ncube Feb. 2, 2023