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    If Mbuya Nehanda, Oliver Mtukudzi and Bob Marley were alive today, I would persuade the government to create a platform on which they would all be awarded the highest honours […]

  • Cornered Khupe makes U-turn

    MDC-T interim leader Thokozani Khupe is trying to stop the party’s organising secretary Abedinico Bhebhe from washing the outfit’s dirty linen in public by blocking his participation in a court […]

  • Mpandare under the spotlight

    AFTER the chaos that characterised the lead-up to the Warriors’ trip to Malawi, the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) have finally seen sense and appointed Wellington Mpandare as the full-time team […]

  • Chiwenga poll ban takes new twist

    Parliament is backtracking on its stance that Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga’s suspension of by-elections to fill vacant parliamentary and municipal seats was constitutional, saying the pronouncement was a mistake. BY MOSES […]

  • Gunmen leave police puzzled

    A spike in shooting incidents across the country has left the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) searching for answers amid indications that there has been a proliferation of unregistered guns. (more…)


Southern Africa: Identity, behaviour change communication and Covid-19

Most of us are by now aware of the basic facts about the Covid-19 pandemic and its bewildering socio-cultural and economic impact across the world. (more…)

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Tobacco buyers fail to pay for deliveries

BY MTHANDAZO NYONI TWO companies, Pamuka Leaf and Interol Trading, are struggling to pay farmers for tobacco deliveries made between May and July this year, a situation that has affected […]

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Khupe gets millions from govt purse

The government on Friday gave MDC-T leader Thokozani Khupe $7,4 million, insisting that she is the legitimate leader of the main opposition in Parliament despite ongoing court disputes about her […]

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  • Employers seek social contract

    BY KUDZAI KUWAZA THE Employers’ Confederation of Zimbabwe (Emcoz) has agreed to initiate the process of developing a new social contract to address the country’s economic and political crisis. This […]

  • Banks wary of govt’s $18bn stimulus

    BANKS are treating state guarantees extended under the government’s Covid-19 stimulus package with caution, business revealed last week, warning the country to brace for extensive de-industrialisation in the absence of […]

  • State firms crumbling

    Fresh data detailing the rot in state-owned firms has emerged, with experts pointing out that their contribution to the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has plummeted from a high of […]

  • It is time for Mthuli Ncube to go

    Finance minister of Zimbabwe, Mthuli Ncube, PhD (Cantab), has become the poster child of everything that is wrong with the management of affairs in Zimbabwe. He must go. Then and […]

  • Demystifying the Cyber Bill

    This past week I was among those that were observing the Zimbabwean parliamentary public hearings on the Cyber Security and Data Protection Bill, gazetted on May 15 2020. These public […]

  • Time to align laws to constitution, not to make amendments

    Heal Zimbabwe welcomes the report by the Portfolio Committee on justice, legal and parliamentary affairs on the recent public hearings on the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment No 2 Bill. Before […]

  • Caution needed in re-opening schools

    The lockdown to control the spread of the novel coronavirus has disrupted Zimbabwe’s education system to an extent that it may take years to recover. (more…)

  • Cyber Bill requires wholesale changes

    The Cyber Security and Data Protection Bill gazetted by the Zimbabwean government in May 2020 makes very difficult reading and is all over the place. Most provisions in the Bill […]

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