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Forces of coercion versus popular will

Dumisani Muleya AS Zimbabwe’s electioneering ahead of next week’s general election enters the last stretch of what looks like a close race, political parties are increasingly stepping up their nationwide […]

End of private property tenure looms

Augustine Mukaro GOVERNMENT’S proposed constitutional amendment to effectively nationalise all land it acquires could mark the end of private property ownership and dash hopes of any economic recovery in the […]

Turkey: the door is still open

World View with Gwynne Dyer THE near-tie in the German election, in which Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder came from 13 percentage points behind conservative challenger Angela Merkel in late August to […]

Critics doubt govt sincerity in rights body plan

Augustine Mukaro ANALYSTS have warned that government’s establishment of a human rights commission could become the state’s latest move to evade the African Commission’s recommendations and conceal its rampant human […]

There’s still a dream in Zimbabwe

By Masimba Biriwasha THE dream and hope of a new nation glows like a flame lily in every Zimbabwean’s heart. But the resolution of the country’s multifaceted crisis could take […]

The battle for the cities

By Brian Raftopoulos WHILE the livelihoods of rural and urban areas in economies like Zimbabwe are closely interdependent, the urban spaces have a specific set of dynamics that have, in […]

Zimplats: reading between the lines

Godfrey Marawanyika THE recent threat by Zimplats to withdraw its investment from this country over a tax battle with the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) is a classic example of how […]

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