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News Bulletin with Mark Mazonde, Perfect Moyo and Patient Gomba. Now screening on Sundays at 10am

NEWS BULLETIN from ZONDEX TV & ZIMBABWE DIGITAL NEWS. [ Weekly news Bulletin] from Zondex Tv & Zimbabwe Digital News. Posted by Zondex Tv on…

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Of lost political hope and frustrations among the Zimbabweans : Allen Chihobo

  Book launch Review: by Allen C Chihobo This week my wife Jackie and I had the honour of attending the book launch for Professor…

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Why the demise of specialist reporters is a loss for any democracy

  By Glenda Daniels   The newspaper industry in many countries is in the doldrums. Retrenchments have become the norm with experienced journalists who specialise…

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Invictus: Zimbabwe’s moment of oil discovery, is South Africa’s story as well

  By Ambassador Bheki Gila   Zimbabwe’s oil find, is big news. It is big news for a number of reasons not least of which…

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How James Tobin spoke transactions tax to the ordinary Zimbabwean in Mbare and Makokoba

  Is Tobin tax regime helpful to Zimbabwe’s financial conundrum?   By Colls Ndlovu, Economist   This article seeks to trace the origins of this…

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Road to serfdom (read Mugabe): The ruinous path that Zimbabwe has taken

  By Steve Hanke   In 1944, my good friend, the late Nobelist Friedrich Hayek (1899-1992), published the Road to Serfdom. It immediately became an…

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Any which way, for Zimbabwe’s foreign policy

  By Stephen Chan   The toxic presidency of Mugabe may be over, but the new Zimbabwean government of Emmerson Mnangagwa must quickly make some…

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Thousands pledge peace for new world order at South Korean World Peace Summit

  Own Correspondent   Over 2 000 of representatives from various sectors in politics, faith leaders, women and youth organisations, educators, and media visited South…

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Jazz isn’t dead: it’s just moved to new venues

By Gwen Ansell When, a few weeks back, Johannesburg’s largest jazz venue, The Orbit, posted a crowd-funding appeal to stay afloat it prompted the usual…

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The name is Munetsi. Moreboys Munetsi on www.zimbabwedigitalnews.com

  By Moreboys Munetsi I read a lot. Many of those who know me will tell you that I read almost everything and anything that…

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Zimbabwe: a future finely balanced between democracy and militarisation

  By David B. Moore   Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa’s inauguration as Zimbabwe’s second president and commander-in-chief consummated power for the main beneficiary of the November…

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We respect the Zimbabwe War Veterans, but truth is: Zimbabwe is in turmoil

  By Linda Tsungirirai Masarira   The MDC-T notes with great concern the turmoil our nation is in. As a party which is underpinned by…

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The best way forward for Zimbabwe, is a coalition government: William Gumede

By William Gumede   In order to prevent Zimbabwe from plunging into unstoppable violence, which will stall economic reconstruction and unleash a fresh wave of…

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Zimbabweans wary of another stolen election

By Busani Bafana   Bulawayo: Many in Zimbabwe are questioning whether the country can break with its horrid past or embrace a new future after…

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Week one after polls, Zimbabweans anxiously hope for a new era

  By Tendai Marima As life slowly returns to normal in Zimbabwe’s capital, Emmerson Mnangagwa, the winner of a hotly-contested presidential election, prepares to take…

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