Industrial farming way to go

AGRICULTURE, the term used to describe the act of growing crops and raising livestock for human consumption and use, has been the...

Education without walls…let the children play

I RECENTLY watched a group of school children as they walked home from school; their backs arched forward, weighed down by their...

End of an empire

THE most significant aspect about Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) leader Nelson Chamisa’s grudging call for the removal of what he merely...

Hybrid warfare upon us

By Tapiwa Bere EVERY stage of development has its own kind of war, its own unique sceneries and its...

Of healthy soils and pastures for livestock grazing

APPROXIMATELY 60 percent of the world’s agricultural land is grazing land, supporting about 360 million cattle and over 600 million sheep and...

 We need a peaceful environment 

 PROGRESSIVE minds from across the globe will, by now, be seized with the fact that attempts by the opposition to foment politically...

WFP, agro-governance and food security…the Zimbabwe question

THE world over, every government is constitutionally mandated to feed its people.   The right to food is, thus,...

Found objects… an art form reflective of our times

A NEW and exciting artistic heritage moulded and assembled in the hands of underprivileged artists, mainly from high-density areas, is emerging as...

Tragedy of the opposition

UNLIKE the ruling ZANU PF and other liberation movements across the globe that have their roots steeped in the values, ideals and...

Remembering the life of artist Helen Lieros: Part Two…a true Zimbabwean patriot

AS a Western-trained artist, Helen’s rejection of the representative naturalism of Western art in favour of African-centred subject matter was fueled by...
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