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Joint statement of democratic political parties on labour day

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Shock as Matombo part of Zanu PF event

FORMER Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) president, Lovemore Matombo has jumped into bed with the...

Independent press biggest threat to misrule, deserves credit

In a state like ours, where the government hides its undemocratic tendencies behind the smokescreen of...

Small towns in Zimbabwe are booming thanks to land reform

Small towns near resettlement areas are booming. New business opportunities generated by a change in rural...

Coltart: Zim in grave danger of violence

ZIMBABWE is in “grave danger” of political violence and its fractured opposition is “poisoned” because of...

Hunger as El Nino scorches farmlands

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Local firms want social media banned: Supa

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SA sabotaged Zim change in 2002, US envoy

THE opportunity for “peaceful change” in Zimbabwe was missed in 2002 when South Africa resisted the...

Chiadzwa diamonds: Bishop Bakare speaks

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Who is NSSA really benefiting – contributors or the government?

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