Daily Archives: May 25, 2023

The ideological war rages on

EDITOR’S NOTE With Professor Pfukwa   IT is a fact that the Rhodesians did not die. Rhodies will continue striving to come back through the back door. We must constantly be on our guard. Never should we go to sleep on the ideological front. It will be a mistake to think...

Pope must keep out of gay war

COMMENT THE Vatican has shocked the world by approving the blessing of same-sex couples by Catholic priests, a bizarre decision which amounts to subtle papal blessing of gay marriages. This can be seen as victory for the homosexual movement which seems to have taken a firm...

‘Zim doesn’t need mercenaries’

By Tawanda Chenana WE, in the village, frown on rogue elements, mercenaries and rule-breakers.  They retard...

Which way Africa?

THE West’s regime change agenda in Zimbabwe is spreading to other countries in Africa. This...

Prices: Onus on Government to intervene

THERE are some unscrupulous businesspeople in the country who are trying to force the...

Simply the best!

EDITOR – THE first woman and the first black artist to appear on the...

African liberation media: Part Three …role of critical information strategists

By Dr Tafataona Mahoso IN her book Sex and Destiny, sociologist Germaine Greer pointed out...

Demystifying dangerous drugs: Part Three … say no to drugs

DOCUMENTS presented to the Commission on Narcotic Drugs revealed an increase in drug abuse...

Zimbabwe in perspective … from ‘divide and rule’ to ‘starve and rule’

By Prof Artwell Nhemachena INFLATION is sharply rising again in Zimbabwe amidst Western sanctions. The sanctions...

Favour in context: Part Four …spirit mediums vis-à-vis Christianity

SOWE rekuDomboshava had been the pastor’s choice. He had said that there was power in...

Heirs of a rich heritage

‘ZVAIREVA vakuru zvaitika, Zvaireva Nehanda zvauyavo, Nyika yedu yatorwa navaeni, Zuva rayo rasvika!’ So we sang during the...

Demystifying the prostate gland …indigenous foods vital

By Nthungo YaAfrika OUR ancestors whom some in our midst love to denigrate and call...

Lifeline for vulnerable children

HARMFUL cultural practices across the globe have contributed to violence, abuse and exploitation of...

Environmental causes of ill health: Part One …‘pollution is deadly’

ZIMBABWE’s economy relies on the agriculture, forestry, energy, tourism and industry sectors.   In the...

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The ideological war rages on

EDITOR’S NOTE With Professor Pfukwa   IT is a fact that the Rhodesians did not die. Rhodies will...

Pope must keep out of gay war

COMMENT THE Vatican has shocked the world by approving the blessing of same-sex couples by...

Black South Africans must learn to appreciate

EDITOR — BLACK South Africans, you may complain about the ANC, but the fact...

Geingob and the land question

THE death of Namibian President Hage Geingob on February 4 was a devastating loss...