Opinion & Editorials

Opinion & Editorials

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The African continent, because of its low manufacturing and emission base, uses less energy as compared to developed countries which are both manufacturing and carbon emissions intensive. But ...

Last week I told you about an integrity workshop I facilitated for the youths. ...

ANY hopes of media freedom that many people nursed when President Emmerson Mnangagwa ushered in his “Second Republic” have been dashed after the Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC) Bill retained autocratic provisions designed to suppress and criminalise freedom of expression, itself a hallmark of any civilisation. ...

IN June, Senegalese President Macky Sall’s brother, Aliou Sall, resigned from his post as the head of a State-run savings fund, following public outrage over allegations (which he denies) that he was involved in corrupt oil and gas deals. ...

Section 27 of the Constitution states that the State has to guarantee citizens the right to education. ...

We’re born again as believers by the Word of God. Salvation comes by hearing and believing the Gospel. Continuing in the Word and partaking of it produces growth and maturity. ...

Without a vision, you may live an aimless and directionless life at times. With a vision, you live life intentionally. ...

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African footballers – like other players from developing countries – invariably earn sums of money far greater than their contemporaries back home. ...

THE new tiff between Zimbabwe and global animal rights activists over the sale of ivory from the southern African country presents a curious scenario, but particularly points to Zimbabwe’s long tradition of violations of international conventions. ...

HISTORY has a tendency to repeat itself, but in Zimbabwe, the frequency is just phenomenal. The country has twice in a decade suffered hyperinflation as a result of bad governance. ...

In the aftermath of the 2013 elections, then MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai cried foul, claimed the polls were rigged and threatened to go to the Constitutional Court with a dossier to prove he had been robbed. ...

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WHEN Felton Kamambo was elected Zifa president on December 18, 2018, there was optimism that Zimbabwean football would take another course for the better. ...

Take a moment and think about when you first started working and how many years you think you will still continue to work. ...

IT is an inescapable fact that America, as the most influential State in the world, lays claim to the world’s most powerful military. ...

GOVERNMENT spokesperson and Secretary for Information Ndavaningi Mangwana’s claims that the government’s approach to democracy is modern under the so-called New Dispensation — which we now all know is still the same old establishment under a new name — are laughable, given the brutal clampdown on demonstrations that we have witnessed so far. ...

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