The Bane of Electioneering and Sloganeering

[The Herald] Martin Luther King Jnr once said about stupidity: “Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.” From what we have seen so far in the campaign trail leading to Election 2018, one could be forgi…

[The Herald] Martin Luther King Jnr once said about stupidity: "Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity." From what we have seen so far in the campaign trail leading to Election 2018, one could be forgiven for suggesting that in politics stupidity is more of a virtue than a handicap, and we are talking of collective stupidity here; that of the leader and the led.

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Zimbabwe Open for Business Mantra Paying Dividends

[The Herald] At the turn of the millennium, Zimbabwe’s economy was starting to decline. This was characterised by dwindling lines of credit, low investor confidence and negative marketing of the country by detractors. The situation was worsened when th…

[The Herald] At the turn of the millennium, Zimbabwe's economy was starting to decline. This was characterised by dwindling lines of credit, low investor confidence and negative marketing of the country by detractors. The situation was worsened when the Land Reform Programme was effected, which saw vast tracks of land being transferred from a few white commercial farmers to the majority of locals.

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Only 11% of Plastic Waste Recycled – Report

[The Herald] Every June 5 the world commemorates the World Environment Day, a day set aside by the UN Environment Programme at its formation in 1972, aiming to draw public attention to pressing global environmental issues, and to encourage people to ta…

[The Herald] Every June 5 the world commemorates the World Environment Day, a day set aside by the UN Environment Programme at its formation in 1972, aiming to draw public attention to pressing global environmental issues, and to encourage people to take action against such.

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Shareholder Nod Sought for Ziscosteel Sale

[The Herald] Shareholders of the Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company (Ziscosteel), will hold an extraordinary general meeting on June 28, to approve a transaction that will see the steelmaker’s assets sold to Chinese investor Tian Li (Hong Kong) Limited. A…

[The Herald] Shareholders of the Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company (Ziscosteel), will hold an extraordinary general meeting on June 28, to approve a transaction that will see the steelmaker's assets sold to Chinese investor Tian Li (Hong Kong) Limited. Approval of the transaction will bring into effect the revival of the country's largest steelmaker, which closed shop in 2008 after years of operating inefficiently.

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National Hero Chimbandi Buried

[The Herald] Zimbabweans yesterday bade farewell to national hero Cde John Chimbandi, with President Mnangagwa describing him as a rare breed of cadres who served his country with distinction even when his health was failing after a paralysing stroke.

[The Herald] Zimbabweans yesterday bade farewell to national hero Cde John Chimbandi, with President Mnangagwa describing him as a rare breed of cadres who served his country with distinction even when his health was failing after a paralysing stroke.

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Chinese Delegation Show of Confidence

[The Herald] A DELEGATION of 60 Chinese Government officials and private business investors arrived in the country yesterday to scout for more opportunities in the local market. The visit comes hardly two months after President Mnangagwa went to China …

[The Herald] A DELEGATION of 60 Chinese Government officials and private business investors arrived in the country yesterday to scout for more opportunities in the local market. The visit comes hardly two months after President Mnangagwa went to China on his first State visit after becoming President of the Republic of Zimbabwe in November last year.

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Whatever Has Happened to Yesteryear’s Reading Culture?

[The Herald] I grew up in the village with my parents and my siblings (Sue, Josy, Anne and, later towards the 2000s, Tawa). My parents, God bless them, trusted my work ethic so much that they practically left the choice of what to read, and when to rea…

[The Herald] I grew up in the village with my parents and my siblings (Sue, Josy, Anne and, later towards the 2000s, Tawa). My parents, God bless them, trusted my work ethic so much that they practically left the choice of what to read, and when to read, to me.

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60-Member Chinese Delegation Jets in

[The Herald] A DELEGATION of 60 Chinese Government and private business organisations arrived in Harare yesterday to scout for business opportunities as China positions itself for massive investment in Zimbabwe under the new dispensation.

[The Herald] A DELEGATION of 60 Chinese Government and private business organisations arrived in Harare yesterday to scout for business opportunities as China positions itself for massive investment in Zimbabwe under the new dispensation.

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Zimpapers to Host Fashion and Beauty Expo

[The Herald] Fashion and beauty enthusiasts will be in for a treat at the Zimpapers Fashion and Beauty expo to be held on Saturday at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe. From free beauty makeovers by big brands like Black Opal to fragrance testing from v…

[The Herald] Fashion and beauty enthusiasts will be in for a treat at the Zimpapers Fashion and Beauty expo to be held on Saturday at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe. From free beauty makeovers by big brands like Black Opal to fragrance testing from various brands, the glamorous event will see big players in the fashion and beauty game showcasing their talents and products.

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VP Chiwenga Calls for Unity

[The Herald] Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has called on Zanu-PF members who lost in the party’s primary elections to rally behind the winners ahead of the July 30 harmonised elections. Addressing party supporters at a rally held at Magunje Growt…

[The Herald] Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has called on Zanu-PF members who lost in the party's primary elections to rally behind the winners ahead of the July 30 harmonised elections. Addressing party supporters at a rally held at Magunje Growth Point last week, the Zanu-PF Second Secretary and Vice President urged the losing candidates not to sabotage their colleagues.

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