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6 days ago | October 16, 2020

The origins, reasons for the sanctions scourge

Zimbabwe and its SADC counterparts are counting down towards this year’s edition of the Anti-Sactions Day on October 25. ...

Renewed at 75, FAO’s sense of purpose relevant as ever . . . Zim ...

The United Nation’s food agency was born in the wake of catastrophe. Three-quarters of a century later, its mission has ...

Food situation is no sign of a ‘crisis’

Desperate to buttress and sustain the unsustainable narrative of a crisis in Zimbabwe, the country’s detractors have ...

Two decades of shared journey toward new heights

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC). On October 12, ...

6 days ago | October 15, 2020

Editorial Comment: Let’s create real wealth from productivity

The stabilisation of prices as a result of the foreign currency auction system that previously stabilised the exchange ...

How can Africa mitigate perennial water challenges?

Ruth Butaumocho African Agenda The onset of the rainy season last week brought smiles to many people who had been ...

Khupe, Madhuku blast sanctions

Herald Reporter ALL Zimbabweans, regardless of political affiliation, should on October 25 stand up and demand the ...

Rural women reflect on challenges, successes

Roselyne Sachiti Features, Health & Society Editor Sithabisiwe Nkala (52) of Nhlekiyana Village in Umzingwane ...

1 week ago | October 14, 2020

EDITORIAL COMMENT : Reducing teen pregnancies needs holistic approach

COVID-19 and the measures needed to contain the spread of infection have put a lot of pressure on families, communities ...

V2030: First step inspires journey

The success registered under the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP) is a clear sign that Government is on course ...

Pre-Budget Strategy Paper gets nod

Cabinet received an update on the Covid-19 outbreak, which the Minister of Defence and War Veterans Affairs presented as ...

SADC remembers Julius Nyerere

“We, the people of Tanganyika, would like to light a candle and put it on top of Mt Kilimanjaro, which would shine ...

1 week ago | October 13, 2020

Editorial Comment: Take decisive action against land barons

There has been rampant abuse of State land by land barons, councillors and politicians in recent years in urban and ...

Leaders want equality, reform of UN council

Leaders from Africa speaking at the 75th UN General Assembly in New York recently presented a strong case for reform of ...

Time to wrap up land preparations is now!

Obert Chifamba Agri-Insight Rains that fell between Monday and Tuesday last week left many farmers scuttling to wrap up ...