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Has Jah Prayzah done one collabo too many?

Jah Prayzah and Jah Cure Quite a number of things seem to tear Zimbabweans apart at the seams. We have not been agreeing on a whole lot of things over the past two decades. While it may be universally acknowledged that the sky is blue, it would not be totally out of the ordinary if a debate ensued in Zimbabwe and people argued on totally different corners with people throwing alternative colours including that the sky is topaz, turquoise, cadet and a whole host of other colours. So it was…

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Migrate from old way of doing business, ambassadors told

The President Cde Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa has implored Zimbabwe’s ambassadors abroad to send a uniform, unwavering and unequivocal voice that Zimbabwe is open for business. Addressing the country’s heads of missions at a reception at State House in Harare this afternoon, the President urged the ambassadors to migrate from the old way of doing business where some missions fail to submit reports of their activities in the foreign country from January to December. The 41 representatives of Zimbabwe abroad came together to hear from the President Cde Mnangagwa after spending…

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Zimbabwe to mortgage minerals for capital

RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya on Monday told visiting Australian assistant secretary for Africa branch Gita Kamath that the country is ready to securitise its mineral resources in exchange for over US$1 billion in long-term capital to turn around the economy, it has been established. According to the World Bank, Zimbabwe’s economy is expected to register modest 0,9% growth this year, a figure much lower than the government estimate of 4,5%. The country, which owes the international financial institution US$1,8 billion in arrears, has the second known platinum…

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Tsvangirai : The President Zimbabwe never had

THE outpouring of grief across Zimbabwe and beyond was testament to the personality that the late former Prime Minister and opposition MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai was. BY RICHARD CHIDZA Normally, “RIP” is translated to mean rest in peace, but for Tsvangirai, Zimbabweans across the divide transformed this to mean “Rest in Power”. Tsvangirai was and will remain the President that Zimbabwe never had. Tsvangirai’s arch-political nemesis former President Robert Mugabe retained power by hook and crook denying Tsvangirai electoral victories at every turn from 2002. A powerful orator, the self-taught…

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MPs should take their responsibility seriously

As I took a break from my busy schedule on the afternoon of January 24, 2018, I decided to relax in my lounge at home and switched on Zimbabwe television. I found that there were parliamentary proceedings going on. Members of Parliament were, through the Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda, raising questions to the responsible ministers on anomalies in their respective ministries. As I listened to the proceedings, I learned with shock from a lady member of the legislator, whose name I do not know, that there are 24 primary…

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