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We have a full-blown crisis

Phew!

What a frenzied week it was as those brats, who are used to hogging TV remote controls or causing unending trouble during holidays, were finally banished to school, where they rightfully belong.

Opinion & Columnist
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Cut-throat leadership

WE live in a globe that is uncertain, fast, culturally diverse and volatile. As a result, that seeks competitive, capable and versatile corporate leaders to guide the ship and stay afloat.

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Editorial Comment: Plans to resuscitate railways paramount

Zimbabwe was first made “open for business” by the railways reaching the country in the 1890s and the network being steadily expanded over the decades, with the last link, that from West Nicholson to Beitbridge, actually coming well after independence. For a commodity exporter of minerals, agricultural produce and livestock, the railways were the arteries […]

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