The total liar – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary, 29th August 2015

The total liar – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary, 29th August 2015

‘There are lies, damned lies and statistics’ goes the saying. Mugabe ticked all these boxes in his State of the Nation Address to Parliament. From his preliminary lie boasting of ‘peace and stability’, to his damned lie about tackling corruption to his ludicrous growth statistics, he was the total liar.

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Trained women launch their own businesses

Trained women launch their own businesses

CLAYTON MASEKESA reports on the positive results achieved by women from Mutasa district who successfully completed six weeks of entrepreneurship training in 2013.

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Job losses affect women and children most

Job losses affect women and children most

The recent wave of job losses triggered by a Supreme Court ruling validating the termination of contracts via a three months’ notice period will hit women and children the hardest.

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‘Mugabe must go’ hype redundant, MDC-T

‘Mugabe must go’ hype redundant, MDC-T

AS Zimbabwe’s economic and political situation continues to worsen, News24 speaks to the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party spokesperson, Obert Gutu, who says the country needs to develop policies that go beyond the “Mugabe must go” hype.

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From bread basket to beg basket: Ncube

From bread basket to beg basket: Ncube

THOSE of us who grew up in Rhodesia knew from an early age that the foundational pillars of the strength of the Rhodesian economy lay in agriculture, mining and manufacturing.

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The total liar – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary, 29th August 2015

‘There are lies, damned lies and statistics’ goes the saying. Mugabe ticked all these boxes in his State of the Nation Address to Parliament. From his...
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Trained women launch their own businesses

CLAYTON MASEKESA reports on the positive results achieved by women from Mutasa district who successfully completed...
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Job losses affect women and children most

The recent wave of job losses triggered by a Supreme Court ruling validating the termination of...
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‘Mugabe must go’ hype redundant, MDC-T

AS Zimbabwe’s economic and political situation continues to worsen, News24 speaks to the opposition Movement for...
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Of little boys, bees and the state of our nation

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From bread basket to beg basket: Ncube

THOSE of us who grew up in Rhodesia knew from an early age that the foundational...
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Amalima unite people in Tsholotsho

Ngamo Peace club in Tsholotsho North, Ward 3 has utilised collaborative neutral platforms, commonly known as...
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Mugabe’s state of the nation address

This week, President Robert Mugabe gave his State of The Nation Address – more like distaste...
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Spiralling crime linked to drug abuse

The alarming spread of lawlessness in cities and towns is a cause for concern and the...
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Music Factory in the Garden

PAMBERI TRUST GARDEN, 139 S.Machel Ave/6th Street, Harare Sat 29 August 2015, 3-6pm - FREE ...
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ZYC in sham elections

The Zimbabwe Youth Council held “elections” yesterday to choose a new board that is expected to...
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Used car business slumps

Between mid-2009 and early 2014, Crynos Jamu, 38, sold an average of four imported used cars...
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Police guard GMB depots after retrenchments

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Walter Palmer, the American dentist who killed Cecil the lion on July 1, might never be...

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