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Vice- President Emmerson Mnangagwa AN online blogger reiterates that ease of doing business plays a crucial role in economic growth. ...

Vincent Gono, Features Editor THE realisation by the country that the film sector is one of the most important appendages of the cultural industry that should be localised and owned by the Zimbabweans while transforming the economy is not just a national but a global crusade brought about by digitalisation. ...

President Mugabe The country is celebrating 37 years of self-rule and the triumphant decapitation of Rhodesian rule. ...

Beitbridge Water plant Thupeyo Muleya, Features Reporter THE provision of clean, portable and affordable water to citizens of Zimbabwe is one of the major priorities of the Government as stated in section 77 of the Constitution which is the supreme law of the land. ...

Morgan Tvangirai Tichaona Zindoga Those with an interest in semiotics will find discomfiting connotations in our mention of Morgan Tsvangirai and houses. The MDC-T leader has been haunted by the fact that he lives in a Government house, nay mansion, in Harare’s Highlands area. ...

IN Zimbabwe, opposition politics has always thrived on people’s stomachs. Hunger and poverty have always been the opposition’s political trump card as they employed the aphorism, “a hungry man is an angry man”. ...

Divinity Digest, Witness Dingani “Prophets in Ancient Israel and Zimbabwean prophets belongs to same class.” Discuss.(25) ...

  Cultural Heritage, Phathisa Nyathi FOOD is the mirror of a community. There are many routes one can take to get some appreciation of a particular community. ...

Arts Focus, Raisedon Baya A YEAR or so ago one of the most vibrant arts places in Harare, the Book Café, went under due, mainly, to funding challenges. ...

As I sat at the National Sports Stadium on Tuesday, I watched a throng of people trickling in at the venue to collectively celebrate almost four decades of black autonomy. The smiles I saw on faces of the anonymous who sat, cheered and waited patiently to have a closer glimpse of His Excellency were nothing but an expression of gratitude — ukubonga. ...