Zimbabwe

By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Sep 15th, 2014
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Ignatius Mabasa Shelling NutsAt one time when I was visiting Scotland, I saw a huge billboard during the Edinburgh Festival. On the billboard were these words, “There is something special here. If you can’t see it, you are not looking hard enough.”I spent a couple of minutes studyin...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Sep 15th, 2014
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THE re-kindled interest in Zimbabwe as an investment destination witnessed in the last few weeks should energise the economy and its players as we move to fend off challenges that have seen a downward revision of the 2014 Gross Domestic Product growth to 3,1 percent from an initial 6,1 percent.China ...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Sep 15th, 2014
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Tafara Shumba CorrespondentI had an opportunity this week to attend some public inquiries of applicants for free-to-air local commercial radio licences.The Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ), in line with Section 40A of the Broadcasting Services Act, held public interviews to determine the...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Sep 14th, 2014
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Benjamin Netanyahu John Pilger CorrespondentFOR many people, the truth is out now. At last, they know. Those once intimidated into silence can’t look away now. Staring at them from their TV, laptop, phone, is proof of the barbarism of the Israeli state and the great destructive force of its men...
By IAfrica
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Sep 14th, 2014
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Carlos Lopez WHEN in March this year Guinean authorities reported the first positive tests for Ebola in the West African region, the news came as a surprise for scientists and were treated  passively by most. After all, Ebola had killed over a period of 30 years more than 2000 people, since it was di...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Sep 14th, 2014
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Onyekachi Wambu CorrespondentAFRICANS have an obsession with land. And rightly so. At the heart of the liberation struggle was the issue of land and Africans understand its importance in the spiritual, political and economic sense. A discussion with an English colleague a few years ago was quite reve...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Sep 14th, 2014
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Oscar Habeenzu’s Tuktonic brand derives its name from superstar Oliver Mtukudzi Stanely Mushava Literature TodayBook: Brand IdeologyAuthor: Oscar HabeenzuPublisher: TheBehaviourReport.com (2013) ZIMBABWE has not been spared by the cosmic juggernaut of globalisation. While indigenous culture has...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Sep 14th, 2014
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Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa MINISTER of Finance and Economic Development Patrick Chinamasa faced three problems and needs that could be ameliorated or at least partially met through fiscal measures when he reviewed the economy mid-way through his fiscal year.The first ...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Sep 14th, 2014
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  Elliot Ziwira @The Bookstore“What did I do To be black  And blue?”Innocently asks the crooner Louis Armstrong, unable to decipher why everything seems to be ganging up against him, because of the colour of his skin, in a world where the tune of mighty evokes more boisterous mi...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Sep 14th, 2014
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Zukiswa Wanner ON July 13 the world woke up to the news that Nadine Gordimer, the Nobel-prize-winning South African author, freedom fighter and anti-apartheid campaigner, had died in her Johannesburg home at the age of 90. Nadine, who penned more than 30 books, also inspired a lot of established and ...