THE National Peace and Reconciliation Commission came out of the people’s Constitution of 2013 Amendment number 20 Chapter 12 part 6, section
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THE happenings in Zimbabwe currently speak of a country in crisis. What is clear is the country is burning but what cannot
THE signing into law of the Freedom of Information Act as part of the processes of repealing the draconian and widely discredited
THE suspension of mobile-based money transactions and trading on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange by Government to allow investigations into illegal dealings connected with the foreign currency black market were long overdue given the rampant indiscipline on the market and attendant dire consequences for the economy.
July 4 is a very important day in the life of every American. It is a day when Americans commemorate their Independence Day. It is a day when Americans from all their diverse backgrounds show patriotic pride in their country.
The pegging of fuel prices to the auction exchange rate almost a fortnight ago and the pegging this weekend of bread to the same rate must be the start of an interim measure to bring pricing under control, especially where the basic product is either wholly or largely imported or made of imported raw materials.
Elliot Ziwira At the Bookstore IMAGINE the sight of a cake without the icing, the taste of ice-cream without the ice, or the taste of yoghurt without the flavour wafting up your nostrils; then you are imagining yourself engrossed in a novel, short story or poem devoid of the use of metaphors, symbols and images. […]
FEMALE creatives in southern Africa have called on governments in the region to establish quotas for women in the sector, provide safe
WITH some African countries relaxing lockdown regulations to allow sport and football in particular to resume, the Zimbabwean government’s deafening silence on