Ancient Egypt was undoubtedly black

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

Motherhood: Who should celebrate and define it?

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

Zimbabwe’s new livestock entrepreneur

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

Efforts to make profit in Rhodesia

By Dr Michelina Andreucci TO realise better returns on their investments, ‘reserve’ entrepreneurs often evaded official marketing channels as...

Funerals during lockdown in UK

By Dr Masimba Mavaza FUNERALS are very somber occasions.  However, these days the bereaved go all...

The African alienated

Africa’s Hidden History: The reptilian agenda  By Credo Mutwa THE Shona proverb: ‘Ziva kwaunobva kwaunoenda husiku’,...

Re-dollarisation: myths and realities

By Professor Sheunesu Mpepereki IN the last series of articles before we were hit by COVID-19 and went into...

Let’s give peace a chance

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

Global anti-sanctions call irresistible

THE recent appeal by President Emmerson Mnangagwa for global solidarity in the fight against COVID-19, while addressing a virtual Non-Aligned Movement (NAM)...

Contradictions in national currency policy

By Dr Tafataona Mahoso THE introduction to the very first top-page story in The Herald for  May 5 2020...
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