Ivorian crisis: Why Gbagbo won’t go

AFTER the electoral crisis that has dominated the aftermath of elections in Cote d’Ivoire, Robert Mukondiwa travelled to West Africa’s grandest economy to read the mood on the ground and determine th...

The great illusionists

By Tendayi Regis Mutokonyi
WE live in a world of magicians or illusionists, people who create scenarios that fool the mind. 
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Apostolic changing times

By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi
IN 2005, apostolic sects’ leaders made a departure from the expected by making a landmark decision barring polygamy in their churches.
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Shopping malls now white elephants

By Susan Tokwe-Chota
THE introduction of shopping malls in Harare and Chitungwiza in the early ’90s came with a lot of promises, chief among them shopping convenience for reside...
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Free education returns?

By Lovemore Chikova
WHEN High Court judge Justice Maphios Cheda recently ruled that no child should be punished for failure to pay school fees, he seemed to have confirmed the o...
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Time to reassert our Africanness

By Gloria Dulan-Wilson

THE following is an abridged response to an article that appeared in The African Executive magazine entitled “Indices on Africa: Do they Hold Water?”