The woman whom death forgot

By Mirirai Nsingo Shingirai Matogo would lie in her cold home waiting. With every movement at her doorstep, every flutter of a shadow, every lick of the lips by the dog at the doorstep said to her the visitor she was awaiting had finally arrived. It was a cocktail or resignation and anticipation wrapped up…
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Welcome to the world, Chamisa

Nelson Chamisa, one of the three vice presidents of the opposition MDC-T, has just turned 40. He reached that milestone yesterday, opening a world of opportunities for him — and a lot of threats, mortal threats, to go with the opportunities. They say life begins at 40. With Chamisa turning 40, it means that he can now…
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Meeting investor expectations critical for Zim

President Mnangagwa has committed himself to meeting, in their broad totality, investor expectations in order to open floodgates for much-needed investments. It is fact not fiction, that the country is rich in untapped natural resources and, therefore, pregnant with business opportunities. What is needed is a deliberate unlocking of this national treasure and repackaging it for the…
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ED, Davos and a barking mad dog

For many Zimbabweans, the word Davos has just entered mainstream discourse as news of President Mnangagwa’s debut appearance at the World Economic Forum held annually in this freezing Swiss city took centre stage. Davos is synonymous with the gathering of the world’s most powerful people in the capitalist world, from heads of State, business executives, celebrities…
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