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Gono fighting symptom, not cause of inflation


By John Robertson

MUCH has been made of the downt

The last fight for regime’s survival


By Henning Melber

PARTICIPANTS at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation seminar on “Promoting an independent and pluralistic African press”, held in Windhoek, Namibia, from Apr

Irrelevant education failing Mahoso


By Afrikan Teecher

TAFATAONA Mahoso should not think his drivel in the Sunday Mail about lawyers, the Law Society of Zimbabwe and the so-called white law firms wi

Sadc confirms Zim a trouble spot


Dumisani Muleya

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe and his delegation’s ill-fated trip to the Southern African Development Community (Sadc) summit in Lesotho last week confirmed Zimbabwe is now considered a trouble spot in the region, in the same league as anachronistic states

Faith alone shouldn’t do it for MDC


By Denford Magora

A FEW months ago, as the Kenyans celebrated the Rainbow Coalition’s election victory and the defeat of former president Daniel arap Moi’s handpicked successor, I wrote in this paper that th

Tsvangirai’s case only an exception


By Chido Makunike

THERE are many fascinating things that reveal where Zimbabwe is at this moment in its progression from the acquittal of opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Morgan Tsvangi

Tsvangirai’s acquittal opens new dangers


By Brian Raftopoulos

THE news of opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s acquittal on the charge of treason two weeks ago has been hailed as a step for

Unmasking Zanu PF hypocrisy about NGOs


By David Moore

ZIMBABWE’S beleaguered ruling party has introduced a Bill banning foreign funding of, and imposing extraordinary state controls over, non-governmental organisations involved in human rights an

Africa calls for cyber-rights


By Gumisai Mutume

THE Internet, developed as an instrument of US military defence, has long been controlled by the United States.
But as the Internet evolves into a global commercial an

Mugabe’s rantings at UN misdirected


By Chido Makunike

IT was a lot of fun telling off George Bush in his own backyard last week, wasn’t it? At a time when many of Zimbabwe’s top politicians are persona non-grata in much of the Western world, t