Archive | October, 2004

Ward voters’ rolls set off fresh worry

Orirando Manwere THE proposed introduction of ward voters’ rolls in next year’s harmonised elections requires a fresh registration exercise and massive fina (more…)

Revisiting the MDC split

By Ellen Shiriyedenga THE people of Zimbabwe, particularly those who vote, need to have a clear picture of why the MDC split nearly two years ago.

Right move by Harare City Council

I AND many others were indeed pleased to read that at long last the Harare City Council (HCC) has recognised the need for restricting noisy and damaging events within public […]

Zanu PF bribes traditional chiefs

THE Zanu PF bribery show took centre-stage once again on Monday when Local Government minister Ignatious Chombo doled out luxury double-cab Mazda vehicles to 48 chiefs in a desperate bid […]

Budget loyal to power retention

By Tendai Biti POOR Sam Mumbengegwi! Some men are gifted enough to hide their mediocrity or at least to hide the mediocrity of their work. But alas, the talentless (more…)

Terrorism lessons from Germany

World View by Gwynne DyerON September 5, German police raided a house near the village of Oberschledorn, about an hour’s drive east of Dusseldorf, and arrested three suspected Islamist terrorists. […]

Eric Bloch Column

The budget speech that wasn’t By Eric BlochIT is a natural trait for most always to desire more. When life is good, they wish it better, and when it’s bad, […]

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