Certain leftists avoid defending Zim

Obi Egbuna Jnr Simunye While Africans on our beloved continent are in the process of commemorating the heroic youth who were slaughtered by the apartheid death squad apparatus in Soweto 41 years ago and using the Day of the African Child platforms to address the immediate needs of African youth today, it would behove the African…
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Stop rot at Grain Marketing Board

Victoria Ruzvidzo In Focus Zimbabweans have a penchant for shooting themselves in the foot with such precision it is amazing. Quite a number of noble programmes and projects have failed to yield much due to selfishness and greed, putting paid to initiatives designed to transform the economy. Reports in this newspaper on Wednesday of a scam…
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Mash West readies for ‘monster’ rally

Walter Nyamukondiwa Chinhoyi Bureau The zanu-pf Mashonaland West provincial youth league says it will mobilise over 100 000 people to attend the Youth Interface Rally to be addressed by President Mugabe. In what is to be dubbed the mother of all rallies in President Mugabe’s home province, the youths said preparations have begun in earnest. The President has…
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OneFusion fever grips Manicaland

Ray Bande in MUTARE— SCORES of people from different walks of life queued at one of the country’s leading mobile telecoms operator, NetOne, offices in Mutare yesterday as the company intensifies its ambitious brand ambassador recruitment drive with interviews being conducted in the city and other parts of the country. Similar interviews were expected to get…
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‘Refugee influx puts strain on State resources’

Innocent Ruwende Senior Reporter Zimbabwe is currently hosting a total of 10 860 registered refugees and asylum seekers and the country’s emergency response to the Mozambican crisis has put a strain on already stretched resources, Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said. The conflict in Mozambique has led to the influx of more than 6 000 asylum seekers…
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Theresa May’s Waterloo

Hildegarde The Arena News junkies like this writer know and understand that across platforms, Western news agencies have for decades used the stereotype of poverty, disease, death, doom and gloom when describing the state of affairs in 99 percent of the African continent. These are the stigmas that define the African narrative as each country,…
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Cde Chinx declared liberation war hero

Herald Reporter— VETERAN musician and war veteran Cde Dickson Chingaira who died on Friday last week at a city hospital, has been declared a liberation war hero. zanu-PF secretary for administration Cde Ignatius Chombo, last night said in conferring Cde Chingaira liberation war hero status, the Politburo considered his contribution to the nation. “Cde Dickson Chingaira…
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