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Lovert Mafukure Japan has been churning out many used cars into the Zimbabwean market over the years and hundreds of thousands of used Japanese cars have found homes in our garages. Japanese cars are somewhat cheap and reliable most of the time. ...

Holy bible Itai Chapunza WALL Street. The singular most famous street in the world. It spans eight blocks long and houses the world’s financial powers. ...

Dr Bongani Ngwenya THIS instalment is a continuation of last Sunday’s instalment titled, “Restoring economic fundamentals key to economic resuscitation”. Zimbabwe has experienced tight fiscal phenomena pre-and-post hyperinflation era and has been in debt distress for too long. Something has to be done and done now. ...

Cetshwayo Mabhena Two prominent discourses accompany most serious discussions of the history and politics of Africa in the present. The first one is the euphoric discourse that is embodied in the mantra of “Africa rising.” ...

Cde Joko Thodlana WE continue our interview with former footballer, Cde Joko Thodlana about his exploits in the armed struggle. ...

Editor — There is a VID official at the Eastlea Depot who owns a driving school in Harare and he is using instructors at his driving school to collect bribes from people seeking to get driver’s licences. ...

Charles Dube TODAY we come across Clopas’ hilarious letters to his newly found love, Shamiso. Remember Clopas was struck by Shamiso’s beauty at his work place. ...

Micheal Mhlanga Civil society as an institution is with no doubt a lifeline of any democracy in shaping national narratives. ...

President Mnangagwa THE Government has put in place measures to turn around the economy following President Mnangagwa’s clarion call that Zimbabwe is Open for Business. ...