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Let’s just do the right thing

WITH all hope of a genuine economic rebound for Zimbabwe under President Emmerson Mnangagwa having been dashed by contrary developments on the ground, isn’t it indeed time to go back to the drawing board, reflect and do things differently?

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CAF ban pregnant with lessons for Zim

AT the beginning of this month, we warned that if something wasn’t done urgently to fix football stadiums, Zimbabwe would face the embarrassment of seeing the Warriors being forced to play their home matches on foreign soil. We issued the warning as we launched our Fix Our Grounds (FOG) campaign to highlight the sorry state […]

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Editorial Comment: Education on lightning critical

Every rainy season, lightning strikes kill and injure people, at times damaging their property and livestock. In most cases, people are caught up at the wrong places and in most cases they could have avoided it, with proper knowledge. It is important to understand how lightning works and Zimbabweans should start a campaign to educate […]

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5 ways trees can help us survive climate change

Gregory Moore Correspondent As the brutal reality of climate change dawned this summer, you may have asked yourself a hard question: am I well-prepared to live in a warmer world? There are many ways we can ready ourselves for climate change. I’m an urban forestry scientist, and since the 1980s I’ve been preparing students to work […]

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Inside Rotten Row Court 6

Tichawana Nyahuma Correspondent If you reside in Harare and if, at one point or another, you have had a brush with the law, then you are probably familiar with the interior decor in courtroom number six at the Harare Magistrates’ Court (Criminal), popularly known as Rotten Row. It is in that court that you will see, […]

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Tobacco farmers must stop deforestation

Obert Chifamba Agri-Insight Inasmuch as the land reform programme conducted at the turn of the millennium liberated land that had been previously appropriated by a few individuals to allow hundreds of thousands others to access it, it also set the stage for the new entrants to switch from their traditional cash crops to new ones. Tobacco, […]

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