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Does a mere handshake signify diplomatic breakthrough?

Secondly, the British, for all their handicaps, have been steadfast in what they want before they could lift the travel and trade embargo imposed on their former colony.
By Editorial Sep. 10, 2022

Coventry needs to clean up Zifa mess

Kamambo’s executive was accused of corruption and maladministration, among a litany of charges.
By Editorial Sep. 11, 2022

Coventry needs to clean up Zifa mess.

Kamambo’s executive was accused of corruption and maladministration, among a litany of charges.
By Editorial Sep. 11, 2022

Mnangagwa’s call out to war veterans welcome

IT has come as really refreshing that President Emmerson Mnangagwa has decided, for once, to bridle some of his colleagues
By Editorial Sep. 16, 2022

Wafer-thin capital markets send shivers

PENSION funds, the traditional sources of capital for business, are now wafer thin to underwrite the scale of funding required to propel industries forward.
By Editorial Sep. 16, 2022

Politicians must walk their peace talk

Ncube’s known close relations with Mnangagwa and the latter’s deafening silence over the former minister’s inciting utterances puts the President’s public peace calls into question.
By Editorial Sep. 17, 2022

Incompetent ministers should face the axe

In short, we are simply saying, waste no more precious time on your largely inept team, Cde President.
By Editorial Sep. 23, 2022

TNF must help resolve Zim’s multi-faceted crises

Draconian laws have been used to crush industrial actions due to high discontentment.
By Editorial Sep. 24, 2022

Zim’s desperate power situation points to poor planning

All these scenarios make us laughing stalks and a joke of a people.
By Editorial Sep. 30, 2022

About time common sense prevailed

AS the clock ticks away towards Zimbabwe’s 2023 general elections, a foreboding feeling of trepidation is all round.
By Editorial Oct. 1, 2022

Massive emigration: Wake-up call for govt

THIS week, government told us that 900 000 Zimbabweans migrated abroad between 2020 and 2021. This is nearly a million or 6% of the country’s population.
By Editorial Oct. 7, 2022

Let’s heed World Bank’s wise counsel

It would be a real disgrace, an embarrassment and foolhardy for us to ignore this free and very valuable frank advice.
By Editorial Oct. 14, 2022

Child malnutrition, stunted growth belong to medieval era

. Socio-economic inequalities have seen millions of children failing to grow within the expected optimal growth.
By Editorial Oct. 15, 2022

ED must revisit his inauguration pledge

President Emmerson Mnangagwa clearly promised the nation a departure from his predecessor.
By Editorial Oct. 21, 2022

Don’t blame sanctions only, corruption is a factor too

This rubbishes the claim by the United States that the restrictions have  affected just more than 100 individuals put on the list.
By Editorial Oct. 21, 2022

Zanu PF loses plot on parastatals

And given the hordes of parastatals numbering over 100 the party could potentially raise well over US$500 000 from exhibition space proceeds.
By Editorial Oct. 25, 2022

Zanu PF’s stance on NewsDay sad, unfortunate

SO the ruling Zanu PF party has decided to throw caution to the wind and further divide the country’s media by labelling some among us as “fiction writers” not worth entertaining.
By Editorial Oct. 28, 2022

An impassioned plea for our health sector

New Health minister, Douglas Mombeshora’s work is more than cut out as Nembaware’s demise clearly indicates.
By Editorial Sep. 27, 2023

Starlink’s licensing raises dust

Rwanda had 5 102 Starlink subscribers as at March 31, according to the report by the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority for the first quarter ended March 31, 2024.
By Editorial May. 27, 2024