Ancient Egypt was undoubtedly black

By Simba Jama THEY say a picture tells a thousand words.  Well, ancient Egypt was riddled...

Sentencing Zim’s children to obscurity

By Dr Irene Mahamba WHAT does it mean when a son of Zimbabwe, a teenager at a private school,...

Alternate systems of governance …Western ‘democracy’ not the alpha and omega

WESTERN ‘democracy’ has limited and inhibited progress and development in developing countries; it is a lie.  It sounds like...

ZIFA cannot hold the nation to ransom

WE are going to get straight to the point and state that we are firmly in agreement with the Sports and Recreation...

Agric, global warming and food security in Zim

CLIMATE CHANGE is “…a change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns when that change lasts for an extended period of time...

Oranges: Zimbabwe’s Eden

CITRUS plantations have been established in Zimbabwe since the 1920s.   In March 1922, the citrus estates of Zimbabwe...

By Dr Michelina  Andreucci WORK records from the officers in charge of resettlement in Sanyati revealed a preoccupation with...

Zimbabwe’s new livestock entrepreneur

By Dr Tony Monda IN times of economic austerity, as those being experienced in Zimbabwe today, young astute entrepreneurs...

No time for political capital

WE applaud the bold step taken by the Government to extend the lockdown by another two weeks to May 3 despite the...

Rekindling the spirit of Mbuya Nehanda

By Golden Guvamatanga “MAPFUPA angu achamuka,” (My bones will rise).  These are the words that the...
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