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WikiLeaks: Zanu PF leadership renewal versus MDC treasonous plots

By Jonathan MoyoPolitics
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WHILE the media hullabaloo over the so-called Wiki-Leaks saga has been useful in exposing the illiterate foreign-funded ranks of the so-called independent press, this hubbub has been useless in enabling the same audiences to understand current US policy on Zimbabwe … Read more

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My problem with the Church

By Darlington Tendai MajongaReligion
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Sight to behold … The National Church of Nigeria NOW, I’m about to reveal what would have made my late poor mother’s eyes pop out of their sockets. I haven’t been to church since one Sunday, in April 2008, when … Read more

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Zimbabwe: Senior SAG officials outline views

By WikiLeaks US Embassy CablesPolitics, WikiLeaks US Embassy Cables, World
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ID: 07PRETORIA1495 SUBJECT (C): ZIMBABWE: SENIOR SAG OFFICIALS OUTLINE VIEWS DATE: 2007-04-30 00:00:00 CLASSIFICATION: CONFIDENTIAL ORIGIN: Embassy Pretoria TEXT C O N F I D E N T I A L SECTION 01 OF 04 PRETORIA 001495 SIPDIS SIPDIS DEPT … Read more

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Ambassador’s meeting with Dumiso Dabengwa

By WikiLeaks US Embassy CablesPolitics, WikiLeaks US Embassy Cables
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ID 08HARARE200 SUBJECT: AMBASSADOR’S MEETING WITH DUMISO DABENGWA DATE: 2008-03-13 00:00:00 CLASSIFICATION: SECRET ORIGIN: Embassy Harare TEXT S E C R E T SECTION 01 OF 03 HARARE 000200 SIPDIS SIPDIS AF/S FOR S. HILL, ADDIS ABABA FOR USAU ADDIS … Read more

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Baa Baa Obama’s black sheep

By Lenox MhlangaWorld
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ONE of the irrefutable, yet unwritten, laws of nature is that in spite of earth being so vast, there are some things that you can’t hide. The most powerful man in the world discovered this very recently when a relative … Read more

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Cricket: Zimbabwe flatter to deceive

By Darlington Tendai MajongaCricket
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WE laugh for different reasons. Every millisecond someone somewhere is doing that – showing emotion through an explosive, often spontaneous, vocal sound. Pakistan did a lot of that on their way to a seven-wicket win over Zimbabwe in their one-off … Read more

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Jonathan Moyo on Mugabe succession, US policy

By WikiLeaks US Embassy CablesWikiLeaks US Embassy Cables
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2007-03-30 12:30 2011-08-30 01:44 CONFIDENTIAL Embassy Harare VZCZCXRO0064 RR RUEHMR RUEHRN DE RUEHSB #0270/01 0891230 ZNY CCCCC ZZH R 301230Z MAR 07 FM AMEMBASSY HARARE E.O. 12958: DECL: 03/09/2012 TAGS: PREL PGOV ZI SUBJECT: JONATHAN MOYO ON MUGABE SUCCESSION, U.S. … Read more

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Success is better than revenge

By Gabriel ManyatiReligion

ELKANAH had two wives, Hannah and Peninnah. Peninnah had children, but Hannah did not. Each year, Elkanah would travel to Shiloh to worship and sacrifice to the Lord of Heaven’s Armies at the Tabernacle. The priests of the Lord at … Read more

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Can the Bible be trusted?

By Lot MasianeReligion
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GOD created the whole universe with its myriad of stars and keeps them in their trackless orbits across space without collision. Yet He is not too busy to consider the needs of any individual who comes to Him in prayer. … Read more

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Malema and battle for the soul of the ANC

By Daniel MolokelePolitics, World
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JULIUS ‘Juju’ Malema, born March 3, 1981, in the northern Limpopo province has suddenly become the new bold face of South African politics. The African National Congress (ANC) Youth League president has in the past five years experienced a meteoric … Read more

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A country’s moral dilemma over liberation icon

By Alex MagaisaPolitics
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AS AN unequalled avalanche of emotion engulfed the national landscape last week following the shocking death of Retired General Solomon Mujuru, there were certain discernible features that still refused to be obfuscated. The nation would do well to take notice … Read more

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Our debt to Robert Mugabe

By Psychology MaziwisaPolitics
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QUITE possibly, President Robert Mugabe’s journey has been the thorniest and most difficult ever to be encountered by an individual outside the biblical narrative. All told, it’s been an extremely daunting and highly sacrificial voyage. Yet he has emerged triumphant … Read more

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Zanu PF: an introspection

By Jonathan MoyoPolitics

WHAT critical questions should preoccupy our national introspection this week and throughout this month as we remember and celebrate the memory of the selfless sacrifices of our gallant sons and daughters of the soil, some who paid the ultimate price … Read more

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Test return: only way is up now for Taylor’s men

By Prosper TsvanhuCricket

TO SOME, this might have been just another cricket match, but to many Zimbabweans the one-off Test match against Bangladesh was critical given the many weights of expectations attached to it. These weights ranged from patient and loyal supporters starved … Read more

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UK Border Agency makes final call on Legacy Cases

By George ChapwanyaImmigration
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READERS will remember my previous observations on how the UK Border Agency has been dealing with Legacy Cases and their promise that these will all be dealt by July 2011. In order to achieve this target, The Case Resolution Teams … Read more

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