Monthly Archives: May, 2024

Hard times for CSOs…as US cosies up to Zimbabwe

By Kundai Marunya NEWS that the US government has stopped funding the activities of local NGOs and civil society organisations with immediate effect could point to a major climbdown in Washington’s relations towards Zimbabwe. The most affected by the directive are CSOs engaged in media, human...

ARTUZ sowing seeds of discord

By Elizabeth Sitotombe “The greatest villains are the ones who believe they are doing the right thing,” is a statement that well resonates with some of Zimbabwe’s labour unions.  There is nothing wrong with unions negotiating with the Government on behalf of their members for better pay...

Saboteurs must be nipped in the bud

By Golden Guvamatanga RECENT remarks by President Emmerson Mnangagwa that rogue elements within and outside...

Re-engagement: Ball now in West’s court

By Golden Guvamatanga  THE accelerated forays into Zimbabwe’s sound foreign policy by the EU, Britain...

Safeguarding national currency’s integrity

RECENT headlines announcing a blitz on illegal forex dealers, resulting in the apprehension of...

US piecemeal measures not enough

THERE are widespread reports that the Biden administration has stopped funding local NGOs and...

Mental health just as important as physical health

EDITOR — May is Mental Health Awareness Month in America while World Mental Health...

Upholding sovereignty, mutual respect… the need for genuine ties between UK, Zimbabwe

WE, in the village, have tremendous respect for those that lay their cards on...

Fertilisers key to agric growth . . . let us heed President Mnangagwa’s call

By Shephard Majengeta ZIMBABWE, with its largest water body in sub-Saharan Africa, possesses immense potential...

A lesson the Rhodies will never forget

The story of Agnes Mushonga I WILL live to remember and celebrate the Battle of...

Artistes who made it big after splits

By Fidelis Manyange IN last week’s edition, this writer dealt at some length with a...

Pandemics of sanctions…gudo guru peta muswe

By Professor Artwell Nhemachena WESTERN sanctions have assumed pandemic proportions in the 21st Century but...

Artistes that found solo acts tough

By Fidelis Manyange DURING Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem on a colt or donkey, the...

Shot in arm forwomen soccer

By Lovemore Boora THE Zimbabwe Women Soccer League (ZWSL) is set to officially commence on...

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Hard times for CSOs…as US cosies up to Zimbabwe

By Kundai Marunya NEWS that the US government has stopped funding the activities of local...

ARTUZ sowing seeds of discord

By Elizabeth Sitotombe “The greatest villains are the ones who believe they are doing the...

Saboteurs must be nipped in the bud

By Golden Guvamatanga RECENT remarks by President Emmerson Mnangagwa that rogue elements within and outside...

Re-engagement: Ball now in West’s court

By Golden Guvamatanga  THE accelerated forays into Zimbabwe’s sound foreign policy by the EU, Britain...