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BLUE BRIGADE …DeMbare youth shine again

DYNAMOS coach Lloyd Mutasa reckons new blood is the future of football after his youngsters sprung another surprise ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: CBD congestion also an infrastructure problem

Now that Harare City Council is going back to the drawing board on how to upgrade rather than ban public transport, it ...

ZSE upgrades fixed income market system

A new upgraded Debt Module system, which caters for various security types both Government and corporate, is set to go ...

‘Kushata Kwemoyo’ première a success

It was all glitz and glamour at the much awaited feature film “Kushata Kwemoyo” première last Friday at the Ster Kinekor ...

‘No need to merge NetOne, Telecel’

THERE is no need to merge NetOne and Telecel Zimbabwe as they have turned the corner, and are now performing well.

Jordan hails ZIFA, SAFA relations

SOUTH African Football Association president Danny Jordaan has revealed that relations between his organisation and ZIFA ...

Lifeline for Zim artistes

Zimbabwe has become a case study of artistes who die poor with most of them becoming beggars at the end of their careers.

A philosophical inquiry into life and death

Today, I found myself torn between two novels – “Death at Intervals” (Jose Saramago, 2005) and “Famous All Over Town” ...

Nelson Chamisa and political expediency

Mike Staresinic is a little known author who largely writes on leadership, and he took time to write an opinion piece in ...

When corruption becomes a way of life

A vice that has besotted humanity since time immemorial, corruption is a cancer that has the capacity to eat into the ...