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Dr Gerald Gwinji IF ever there were any workers in the civil service still in doubt that the new Government is keen to address their plight and meet its side of the bargain, those doubts were put to rest last week. ...

Gogo MaDube Mkhululi Sibanda, Assistant Editor FOR 88-year-old Mrs Bhikhayeli Moyo (nee Dube), reliving the events of February 1979 is like recalling a gruesome scene from a horror movie, as it is the day her village of Ratanyana in Kezi ran red with the blood of her last born child and three grandchildren who were mercilessly executed by Rhodesian forces. ...

Vincent Gono, Features Editor The country is headed for a watershed harmonised election not so long from now and a lot of pertinent issues have been raised with regards the election discourse within the three phases which are pre-election, election and post election. ...

Vincent Gono, Features Editor AFRICA will on Friday celebrate Africa Day under the theme, “Winning the fight against corruption: A sustainable path to Africa’s transformation,” which is inspired by the continent’s acknowledgement that indeed corruption exists and that there is an urgent need for a resolute collective effort to arrest it and all its effects. ...

Limukani Ncube, Sunday News Editor STANLAKE Samkange, a historiographer, educator, journalist, author and African nationalist, sought to outline an African theory of knowledge in Ubuntuism or Hunuism (1980). He is widely credited for pointing out three tenants which shape the philosophy of Ubuntuism. ...

Pofela Ndodzi who edited the book shortlisted for RBA Awards Richard Runyararo Mahomva Since 2015 when the Fees Must Fall aphorism was conceived, a collage of sociological and political concerns around liberating knowledge were brought to the fore. ...

Dr Bongani Ngwenya Preamble: THIS instalment is a continuation of last Sunday’s article, “Impact of inward looking policy on Zimbabwe is open for business initiative”. The latest official statistics from ZimStat indicate that Zimbabwe’s trade deficit has increased by 69 percent to $860,3 million from February to April as the country continues to struggle to correct...

Micheal Mhlanga Our nation will only be built by our level of patriotism. The day we distinguish patriotism from patronage is the day this nation will rise. Our efforts to restore a wrecked Zimbabwe are futile as long as our love for this nation is far from ticking an ounce. ...

Cetshwayo Zindabazezwe Mabhena A dark joke is told of a pretty and young Christian girl at a Convent. She had become a true thorn in the wrong place for the hard working nuns and holy Fathers. She broke every rule there was and created her own rules that she went on to break. ...