Let’s give peace a chance

PEACE is touted as a basis for development for many reasons. This is so because it brings stability.

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COVID-19 can be defeated THE launch of the vaccination programme on February 18 at Wilkins Infectious Diseases Hospital is...

Sanctions expose the MDC

SELLOUTS almost derailed our attainment of independence. The younger generation in modern Zimbabwe has had its fair share of...

What value do vana vevhu place on the land?

By Dr Tafataona Mahoso IN his book On The Shoulders Of The Struggle: Memoirs Of A Political Insider, Dr...

Of cattle, rains and diseases

THE coming of the rains this 2020-2021 season, despite the renewed damper of the COVID-19 threat, has brought relief and joy to...

In pursuit of transformation

WE are living under unusual circumstances. There is a disease that has halted almost every facet of life. And,...

Tobacco – a history of a rich Zimbabwean heirloom crop

TOBACCO was grown extensively in Zimbabwe prior to the arrival of the white settlers in the early 19th Century.  

Sustainable agriculture: Part Two…lessons for Zim farmers

THE new dispensation put agriculture on centre stage in its effort to revive the country’s ailing economy after the radical land reform...

Heirloom chickens: The village teachers

FREE-RANGE chickens, referred to as ‘bosveldt’ chickens in southern Africa, have become all the rage in organic indigenous restaurants throughout the region....

Motherhood: Who should celebrate and define it?

By Gracious Mugovera  MANY people across the globe will celebrate Mother’s Day this Sunday. Observed every...
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