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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Now that austerity is over, let’s focus on productivity

The Chronicle THE Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Professor Mthuli Ncube, is not a magician, neither is he the panacea to all the problems...

Global village in topsy turvy

The Chronicle Stephen Mpofu, Perspective A people driven by a propensity for stabbing rather than scratching each other’s back has division and failure rather than unity and triumph...

Zimpapers takes the fight from awareness to action

The Chronicle Health, Andile Tshuma So today is finally the day the Zimpapers Annual Cancer Power Walk takes place with scores of individuals and companies participating. The country’s...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: New Government policies must move West into normalising ties

The Chronicle President Mnangagwa met a top British diplomat on Wednesday in Harare, a development that highlights a growing rapprochement between Zimbabwe and Britain after...

Letters to the Editor: How Masisi outsmarted Khama to take the reins in Botswana

The Chronicle Barry Morton, Correspondent  Mokgweetsi Masisi’s decisive victory in the recent Botswana elections over a coalition backed by his former boss, Ian Khama, is the culmination...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Civil servants should continue engaging Government on salaries

The Chronicle Government has said it remains sensitive to the plight of civil servants and as such it is striving to cushion them against wanton...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Arrest of high profile officials shows Govt’s commitment to root out graft

The Chronicle Yet another sitting minister has been arrested on suspicion of corruption, as the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) takes the national fight against graft...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Mpilo doctors deserve special praise for dedication to duty

The Chronicle DOCTORS across the country have been on strike since 3 September pressing for an upward review of salaries and an improvement to their...

Letters to the Editor: Are ex-Zim farmers behind Zambia’s maize boom?

The Chronicle As Zimbabwe continues to struggle to produce sufficient quantities of the staple maize grain, two decades after the government started redistributing commercial farms...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Government must prioritise re-opening of Ekusileni Medical Centre

The Chronicle The 200-bed Ekusileni Medical Centre in Bulawayo built at a cost of about $4 million has remained a white elephant for years. Construction...
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