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Friday, August 23, 2019

Letters to the Editor: Safeguard calls for extra vigilance in parts of Harare, Bulawayo

The Chronicle Editor – Safeguard Security has highlighted several areas in Harare and Bulawayo where extra vigilance is needed to guard against robberies, break-ins and...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Student loans’ return great, but beneficiaries must repay

The Chronicle Those among us who learnt at local public colleges and universities in the 1990s and earlier will remember the ease with which they...

Letters to the Editor: Zimbabwe should embrace modern farming

The Chronicle Beaven Dhliwayo, Harare Bureau  Information Communication Technologies (ICT) can revolutionise the Zimbabwean farming sector and benefit farmers, including small landholders.  Agriculture is the most important sector,...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Corruption fight continues to gain impetus

The Chronicle THE Second Republic under President Mnangagwa has identified corruption as one of the major impediments to economic growth and the general well-being of...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: ICC must look into so-called interference before acting

The Chronicle THE International Cricket Council (ICC) has finally found a reason to slap Zimbabwe with a suspension after years of frustration with how the...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Diamond industry investment will be transformative

The Chronicle Asked in June 2010 to comment on the Chiadzwa diamond deposit, Mr Mark Van Bockstael, the chief officer, business intelligence at the Antwerp...

Editorial comment: Developments in mining sector pleasing

The Chronicle Zimbabwe on Tuesday registered yet another milestone when Government signed a joint venture with the world’s top diamond producer by volumes, Alrosa Overseas....

EDITORIAL COMMENT: New anti-graft commissioners must deliver

The Chronicle On assuming office in November 2017, President Mnangagwa committed himself to sparing no effort in fighting corruption. He, however, soon found out that the...

Time for public procurement reforms to yield fruit

The Chronicle Prosper Ndlovu, Feature ZIMBABWE should capitalise on the multiplier effect of public procurement reform to rejuvenate its economy and widen the domestic job market to...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Minister Moyo’s London visit a huge success

The Chronicle Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister, Sibusiso Moyo has just finished a very successful weeklong engagement with the senior political and business leadership...
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