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President ED Mnangagwa THE arrival of Indian investors who are set to re-open Ekusileni Medical Centre in Bulawayo is testimony to that President Mnangagwa is walking the talk to make sure that projects initiated by the late Vice-President Dr Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo come to life. ...

Thandekile Moyo AFRICANS have failed dismally when it comes to issues of development. Between corruption and laziness, there is very little hope that we will raise our standards of living. ...

Zimbabwe Electoral Commission chairperson Justice Priscilla Chigumba and Chief Elections Officer Mr Utoile Silaigwana Richard Runyararo Mahomva Last month after the 5 June MDC-Alliance Demonstration on electoral reforms, I was part of a team which carried out the much debated 2018 Election Credibility Survey. ...

Bongani Ngwenya THIS week’s instalment is a continuation of last Sunday’s article — Structural progression key to economic transformation. It has taken the events of November 2017 that led to the demise of the previous political economy, for some of us to imagine a real new and changed Zimbabwe that has moved on for sustainable development. ...

Justice Priscilla Chigumba Micheal Mhlanga A political party is an organised association of people working together to compete for political office and promote agreed-upon policies. It is a group of people, which is organised with the aim of winning governmental power, by electoral or other means. ...

William Ncube Last week we carried an interview with Cde William Ncube pseudonym Cde Lovemore Mpofu about how it was taxing for guerillas to cross the Zambezi River and then move to the Southern Front, an operation in the western part of the country that covered provinces such as Matabeleland South, Midlands and was set to expand to Masvingo and eventually Manicaland but...

Justice Priscilla Chigumba Limukani Ncube “There is the mark. Don’t argue. The forwards of England and Australia, competitive beasts strung out by the intensity of combat and packing down at an average of 120 kilos a man, fell obediently into line. ...

Although a lot has been said about stepmothers who abuse children from their husband’s previous marriages it looks like we still have a lot of work to do as a country to bring this bad habit by step mothers to an end. ...

Phathisa Nyathi LEST some readers may be doubting the ubiquity of sexuality in the African world of  culture, let’s take the theme further. As pointed out, an identified theme usually manifests itself in more media or contexts than one. ...