Zimbabwe

By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 28th, 2014
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The death of Willie Musarurwa on April 3, 1990, brought gloom to the fraternity of journalists and his many admirers in Zimbabwe and elsewhere. The many tributes and eulogies that poured in were a reflection of what Willie stood for. Willie was a witty, uncompromising journalist and a fighter for hum...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 28th, 2014
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Cde Jacob Mudenda THE new Constitution of Zimbabwe is very clear that the Vice President, Ministers and Deputy Ministers have an obligation to attend Parliament and to answer questions where the need arises, but it boggles the mind why some ministers feel they are above the supreme law. Such gross di...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 28th, 2014
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Tsvangirai is lost to the flair of the time and exposed himself badly during his recent London visit Tichaona Zindoga Snr Political Writer Why would the so-called international community waste its time and talents focusing on Zimbabwe when there are hotter and more deserving issues such as Gaza, Ukra...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 28th, 2014
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Lovemore Chikova News Editor AS leaders from the region gather for the 34th Sadc Summit in Victoria Falls next month, they must seriously reflect on the devastating effect of the HIV and Aids pandemic that is threatening to decimate entire populations. In fact, whatever deliberations the leaders are ...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 28th, 2014
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Massive imports of basic commodities have triggered deflation in an economy that has no significant export receipts to balance external outflow of funds Ngoni Nhamo Chivizhe Correspondent Hence, it is now very obvious that deflation has nothing to do with cost structure, indigenisation or the US doll...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 28th, 2014
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Folktales should be made exciting and relevant so that our children today do not lose interest in that heritage just because that heritage is not responding to social change Ignatius Mabasa The Column Storytelling as an art and an institution relies on memory. Also, like any other performing art, sto...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 28th, 2014
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Onyekachi Wambu Correspondent There is a pervasive sense that many African countries are client states of the West. Did the Paris conference on Boko Haram confirm this? IS the perception of Africa still being a client state of the West a reality? Let’s look elsewhere at a real client master/rel...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 28th, 2014
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Ruth Butaumocho Gender Forum Thursday marks exactly one year after the ruling Zanu-PF party romped to victory, ushering in a new political dispensation mandated to rule until the next election in 2018. On July 31, 2013, Zimbabweans from all walks of life went to the polls to choose a new Government b...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 28th, 2014
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Barack Obama Paul Findley WHILE viewing the massacre of Gazans, you may wonder why 1.8 million Arabs are crowded on that tiny strip of seashore and are being bombed day and night  into death and ruins by Israel’s powerful military machine.  A glimpse of history is timely.Facts set for...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 28th, 2014
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Morgan Tsvangirai Bernard Bwoni TSVANGIRAI’s address at Chatham House was as inspiring as an empty bottle. It was hollow and substance-free to be more precise. He started off by talking about the “debilitating economic problems Zimbabwe is facing which are ‘supposedly’ symptom...