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Thursday, January 17, 2019

EDITORIAL COMMENT: MPs must stop making outrageous demands

The Chronicle Members of the House of Assembly as representatives of the people are expected to have an appreciation of the state of the economy. Government...

Letters to the editor: ED and the genesis of the unseen

The Chronicle EDITOR – One African poet once remarked: “There is nothing wrong with the African mind. Our problem is the African mindset. It is...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Let us all work together to turn around the economy

The Chronicle Today the curtain comes down for the year 2018 as we welcome 2019. It is that time of the year when we take stock...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Farmers must heed Government’s advice to mitigate effects of expected drought

The Chronicle We bid good bye to 2018 at midnight and begin a new year with much hope that 2019 will be better in every...

Letters to the editors: Turgenev and the generational gap

The Chronicle EDITOR – When music begins to speak to you, beyond just making you move your legs and waist, then you must know that...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Schools, retailers must strike balance when increasing fees and prices

The Chronicle We are halfway through this year’s festive season and in the next 10 days schools will open. For many people with children in...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Crisis Coalition in Zimbabwe revolt plan will fail

The Chronicle The name “Crisis Coalition in Zimbabwe” speaks for itself. It is a union of about 80 local organisations that thrives on crises. Without a...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Civil servants should strive to meet demand for their services

The Chronicle President Emmerson Mnangagwa has warned civil servants against laxity as Government intensifies efforts to restructure and rebuild the country’s economy in line with...

Letters to the editor: Unity, the pillar of a prosperous Zimbabwe

The Chronicle EDITOR — December is a crucial and sacred month in Zimbabwe, not so much for the highly celebrated religious event that is Christmas,...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Getting merry in remembrance of birth of Jesus Christ

The Chronicle Zimbabweans today mark Christmas Day, a very important occasion for humanity in general and Christendom in particular. The day we celebrate the birth of...
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