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Covid-19 Diaries: Time for Zimbabwe to stand up for our stranded undocumented compatriots in SA

  By Kernan Mzelikahle   The developments of the past three (3) months have exposed the vulnerable people of communities around the world to unprecedented…

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Covid-19 Diaries: The big education gamble. Should schools (re)open next week?

  By Itani Ndlovu The South African Ministry of Basic Education has proposed a return to school in a phased approach in a bid to…

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Covid-19 Diaries: Is this disease a business disruptor, or an agent of change

By Evoke Advertising As South Africa enters another week of the national lockdown the world and business as we know it, is changing dramatically. One…

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ZUFP unveils interim leadership structure to manage Zim Covid-19 response in South Africa

  Zimbabwe Digital News Plans to establish a united response to the ravages of Covid-19 by Zimbabweans in South Africa are at an advanced stage…

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Obituary: Yours was a great drive. Rest in peace, Great Radio Driver

  By Terrence Mapurisana WHEN I first heard that the legendary radio DJ Peter Johns had passed on after seeing some WhatsApp groups that were…

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Beware of makoronyera Zimbabwe. This Covid-19 is a fight for survival

There is not one inclusive plan to deal with all the needs of Zimbabweans in South Africa and foreigners to receive  Covid-19 aid in SA…

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The John Lombela Column: How to build an inclusive, transparent digital economy

Blockchain technology holds the key to building an inclusive global digital economy and plays a critical role in strengthening economic resilience while ensuring the global…

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The levels of desperation for the food aid are shocking. What we need is a political solution

  Zimbabwe Digital News The African Medallion Group – a company that specialises in the development and distribution of wealth as well as the creation…

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Warning: Excessive printing of money will trigger inflation in South Africa

  By Colls Ndlovu The ongoing debate relating to the risks posed by the excessive printing of money that usually accompanies massive bailouts of companies…

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Covid-19 Diaries: Arrival from Diaspora: From Canaan back to Egypt

  By Trust Sibanda   ‘Going back to my roots to reboot’ could be a song being composed by many Zimbabweans who have been playing…

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Zim migrants in the diaspora: Inside the confusion that characterises our fate in South Africa

“I am Susan a domestic worker in Cape Town and I lost my job due to Corona Virus. I have not been paid since the…

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Time to take off your blinkers, Zimbabwe. Mthwakazi is more than just a tribal concept

Column Title: The Mthwakazi Forum with Kernan Mzelikahle: Vol 1   By Kernan Mzelikahle   These are difficult times for everyone throughout the world, what…

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Success is DIY Column 20: Success requires change, change requires choices

By Aubrey Mavhuli The very first good news about success is that all the skills and habits for success are learnable. The second good news…

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Luxury at Belvedere Teachers College: Our returning Zimbabweans should be called to order

By Donald Mushove Just like many ordinary Zimbabweans I was happy to know that fellow countrymen dotted around the globe are returning home and being…

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Covid-19 Zim Repatriations: Beware of creating more problems, as you try to seek solutions

By Mehluli Matshakaile Covid-19 a pandemic which started as just a flue in China in 2019. It has now presented difficult and different dynamics to…

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