Editorial Comment: Let actions speak louder than words

A major reason why we must celebrate Operation Restore Legacy which was executed by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces last month is that it ensured Zanu-PF remains in charge of key Government policies. This is important for purposes of continuity, steadiness of the revolutionary ethos and entrenchment of black economic empowerment policies. Essentially, that is Zanu-PF’s…
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Let’s show love this Christmas

Today is Christmas Day and we reckon that people from various walks of life celebrate the day in different ways. In fact, there has been controversy surrounding how to mark this day, especially considering the cultural diversity of Zimbabweans. Some prefer to spend part of the day in church, while others travel long distances to their rural…
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Diasporans must lead investment drive

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s first foreign trip since inauguration, where he charmed Zimbabweans based in South Africa and foreign investors, marks a major milestone towards rejuvenating the country’s economy. The standing ovation President Mnangagwa received and the huge interest Zimbabwean and South African businesspeople displayed to listen to his new policies and economic order, shows huge…
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Asycuda challenges a wake-up call

Government urgently needs to expedite procurement law reforms to address challenges being faced at border posts with the Automated System for Customs Data (Asycuda) whose resuscitation requires a mere $130 000, but is constrained by red tape. Too much money has been lost already and the economy cannot afford this. President Emmerson Mnangagwa has induced a…
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Build on success of Operation Restore Legacy

THE Zimbabwe Defence Forces yesterday wrapped up “Operation Restore Legacy” which began on the night of November 14 to arrest a deteriorating situation in the ruling Zanu-PF which was threatening peace, order and security in the country following the capture and abuse of former President Robert Mugabe by a criminal and power hungry gang known…
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Editorial Comment: President Mnangagwa off to a good start

MANY theories have been advanced as to what could have led Zanu-PF to recall erstwhile First Secretary and President Cde Robert Mugabe though many zero in on the disastrous influence the then First Lady Grace Mugabe had on his legacy as she choose to defend reactionaries in the party, principally, the serial flip-flopper and self-confessed…
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zim pins hopes on renewed Zanu-PF

Zanu-pf’s Extraordinary Congress ended in Harare yesterday and for the first time in years, the indaba ended with a positive vibe as the nation pins hopes on a renewed and reinvigorated ruling party. Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa was confirmed as the ruling party’s First Secretary and President. He made appointments to various Politburo portfolios, the most notable of…
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‘Let’s lead by example’

Ndatenda! Ndatenda! Ndatenda! Ngiyabonga! Ngiyabonga! Ngiyabonga! This morning when I made my opening remarks, I was your interim President and I was your interim President so I was careful of what I said, and I was neutral. Now that I am your President, I feel free to say what I think. I will give my…
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