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Letters: Political parties must foster peace ahead of 2023 elections

Zesn also urges political parties to engage the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission in such instances so that they investigate, speak out against violence.
By AMH Voices Oct. 20, 2022

Mr President, Zim has never known respite from terror

It is crucial for the electoral processes to be credible, free and fair. Ultimately, the winning party secures the honourable privilege to rule on behalf of the people.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Sep. 28, 2022

Freedom entails the right, liberty to choose

Frankly, the declaration flies in the face of sound governance. It cannot be dismissed as mere political posturing. It is blatantly despotic that you hedged your declaration to continue in power on the flippant reason of overseeing the projects you initiated to completion.

By The NewsDay Jul. 27, 2022

Inside sport: Advice for Liverpool’s Mabaya

Although he featured for only 30 minutes and was at fault for Marcus Rashford’s opener, both the Daily Mail and the Liverpool Echo gave Mabaya a not all that bad 6 out of 10 rating with the former describing him as a bright prospect for the Reds.

By The NewsDay Jul. 17, 2022

Inside sport: Advice for Liverpool’s Mabaya

Although he featured for only 30 minutes and was at fault for Marcus Rashford’s opener, both the Daily Mail and the Liverpool Echo gave Mabaya a not all that bad 6 out of 10 rating with the former describing him as a bright prospect for the Reds.

By The NewsDay Jul. 17, 2022

Aspiring for heaven yet afraid of death

However, no one will enter heaven with their fleshly bodies. Heaven can only be entered after death. Unfortunately — it has often been said and to some extent it is true — that Christians desire to spend eternity in heaven yet they are afraid of death. If we so desire heaven and heaven can only be accessed after death, then why are we afraid of death?

By The NewsDay Jul. 13, 2022

Your Excellency, the buck stops with you

Yet, public medical institutions were bound to ground to a shutdown. Medical practitioners long expressed grief due to incapacitation. It has been in the offing that the Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals, the largest referral facility in the country, was destined for a work stoppage.

By The NewsDay Jun. 29, 2022

Desist from political violence, artist tells ED

Sizfire’s call comes after suspected Zanu PF supporters violently disrupted a Citizen Coalition for Change rally in Kwekwe last weekend.

By The NewsDay Mar. 6, 2022

Desist from political violence, artist tells ED

Sizfire’s call comes after suspected Zanu PF supporters violently disrupted a Citizen Coalition for Change rally in Kwekwe last weekend.

By The NewsDay Mar. 6, 2022