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Truth, freedom and growth

By Wellington Chadehumbe FOLLOWING is the keynote address delivered by Wellington Chadehumbe at the Zimbabwe ...
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ANC attack on MDC smacks of hypocrisy

By Fidas Muchemwa IT is a fact that the forces of colonialism and apartheid, which ...
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Gono doing his best under bad circumstances

By Trevor Chatikobo AS most Zimbabweans in the United States got ready to go back ...
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The IMF must wake up to reality

By Walter Hurley NOW that the IMF is back in town for consultations with Zimbabwean ...
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Heroism has lost meaning comrades

By Chido Makunike IF the general consensus of Zimbabweans had been that things were going ...
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Gono yet to turn economy around

Shakeman Mugari/Conrad Dube RESERVE Bank of Zimb (more…) ...
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D-Day: European fascism and Zim nationalism

By Trudy Stevenson “WE have been robbed by those traitors in London and Paris. The ...
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Banks mustn’t be run like tuckshops

By Tanonoka Joseph Whande EMPOWERMENT and indigenisation are two words that are always on the ...
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Links with civil society necessary

By Pedzisai Ruhanya OPPOSITION MP Trudy Stevenson’s views on what she calls political incest among ...
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Tsvangirai’s acquittal opens new dangers

By Brian Raftopoulos THE news of opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s ...
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Is Gono another alien from space?

By Rejoice Ngwenya BEFORE the great political transformation of 1999, I had lurched onto the ...
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Wheels of justice are not intact

By Otto Saki THE recent acquittal of opposition Movement for Democratic Change president Morgan Tsvangirai ...
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Policy somersaults bleed mining

Conrad Dube A NEAR implosion of the Zimbabwean economy, weak business fundamentals and unimplemented policies ...
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CHRA has been at forefront of the fight

By Mike Davies YOUR correspondent R Gunner asks for comment from the Combined Harare Residents ...
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Sad Zimbabwe not short of clowns

By Chido Makunike IT is unfortunate that a lot of our public figures are often ...
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