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Demonitisation: What struggling Zimbabwe should learn from Kenya’s currency gymnastics

Kenya’s new banknotes and the battle against corruption By BBC   Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced that the country’s currency is to be replaced…

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Poverty is not a lack of resources, it is a mindset that is unproductive

  By Dr Tich Tanyanyiwa   IN DEALING with people I often pick up in their language that they have an attitude of negative entitlement….

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Rethinking the culture of celebrating Child and Youth Care Worker’s.

  By Nennivah Hazvinei Jijita A child and youth care worker is “a person who works in the life space of children and adolescents with…

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Zimbabwe is ‘open for business’ but its struggling citizens will tell you otherwise

  By The National   Men pull and push carts laden with half pieces of a what was once a motor vehicle in Harare, Zimbabwe.The…

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Surveillance: Court case to decide on SA’s right to ‘spy’ on citizens through their smartphones

  By BusinessTech A Pretoria High Court case is set to decide on South Africa’s surveillance laws and the Regulation of Interception of Communications Act…

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