Opinion & Editorials

Opinion & Editorials

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guest column:Erasmus Makarimay PREVIOUSLY I said that every statement in the Bible is truly stated but however not every statement in the Bible is a statement of truth. ...

guest column:Miriam Tose Majome THIS is the second in a three-part series about the hijacking of an Air India Boeing 707 flying from Harare to New Dehli India ...

Stir The Pot :Paidamoyo Muzulu THERE is a disconcerting story in the Bible. This is the story Esau and Jacob. The story of treachery, deceit and gaining of ...

editorial comment THE die is cast! It now appears the day-long meeting between South African President Cyril Ramaphosa’s mediation team and Zanu PF officials on Wednesday was a ...

MOTIVATION:Ashley Thaba LAST week we started a three-week series with a friend of mine who suddenly lost her husband and has been thrown into single parenting. I believe ...

SUCCESS LIFE:Jonah Nyoni HOW do those people you lead talk about you in the corridors? Do people fear you or thy have faith in you? Do they bad ...

guest column :Rongedzayi Fambisayi Zimbabwe recently adopted the Education Amendment Act, 2020, to align its Education Act with the country’s Constitution. The amendment is a result of consultations ...

guest column:David Monyae THE Donald Trump administration has had a dismissive and patronising approach to Africa, with the United States President describing the continent in very insulting and ...

editorial comment A RECENT research report by the Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ) has blamed the Parliament whipping system for stifling debate on corruption. Do you have a coronavirus ...

guest column:Achieford Mhondera IT has been established that Zimbabwe’s total annual greenhouse gas emissions as of 2015 added up to 22,0 Mt CO2e, which is about 0,045% of ...

guest column :Steven Friedman WHEN South Africans express shock at corruption, few seem to know that it is perhaps the country’s oldest tradition. Do you have a coronavirus ...

guest column:Bibi Khofi-Phiri CYBER attacks are increasingly threatening the integrity, privacy and security of individuals and organisations in Zimbabwe, with irreparable damages to their reputation and financial standing. ...

Good Day Mr President:Cyprian M Ndawana His Excellency, the indignity you showed to Roman Catholic bishops when you challenged them to form a political party was lowbrow. It ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT SOUTH African President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement on Monday that his special envoys will be coming back to Harare to meet all stakeholders to understand the country’s ...

guest column :Kaitano Dube TOURISM, like any other economic sector, contributes to climate change through carbon emissions. The sector has a lot to lose from unsustainable practices, though. ...

guest column:Tendai Makaripe WRITING in his book, The End of History and the Last Man, political scientist, Francis Fukuyama describes democracy as “the end point of mankind’s ideological ...

Guest Column:Andrew Lampard THE preliminary outcome of the foreign currency auction system and other supportive measures introduced by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) in June this year ...

guest column:Emmanuel Zvada OVER the past few months, millions of employees worldwide have been working remotely to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Now that restrictions are easing in ...

guest column:Sibusisiwe Marunda THOSE who read this column will know that I have written a number of articles about psychosocial support during the COVID-19 era. Do you have ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT THE ongoing eviction of illegal settlers, particularly in Masvingo province, adds to the long list of human rights abuses that the Zanu PF government may find ...

develop me :Tapiwa Gomo IT is almost four centuries since the Age of Enlightenment when an intellectual and philosophical movement reshaped the world’s economic and political landscape, setting ...

guest column:Simon Roberts/ Jason Bell THE COVID-19 pandemic and the consequent lockdown measures have had a huge negative impact on producers and consumers. Food production has been disrupted, ...

Guest Column:Peter Makwanya IN many instances when people talk of building resilience to climate change, they tend to focus on the rural areas ignoring critical urban areas. It ...

Editorial comment ZIMBABWE is in crisis. Daily power cuts have returned, long fuel queues have refused to disappear while the country is facing what the United Nations has ...

INSOFAR as all the promises that government has made to Matabeleland, it is clear that it is not sincere given its failure to honour most of them.From 1980, ...

guest column :Eddie Cross THE mid-term monetary policy statement (MPS) from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is well worth a read. This is the first overall review ...

guest column:Emmanuel Zvada WAGE theft is no longer only a private sector phenomenon, but has extended to the public sector where many workers have mismatched salaries vis-à-vis efforts ...

guest column:Admire M Dube IN LIGHT of the economic weakness Africa exhibits on the global arena, and with all the mediocre economic numbers individual African countries produce annually, ...

editorial comment AS President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government continues to receive all-round condemnation for its many failures, we once again implore the Zanu PF leader to do the right ...