At crossroads with Catholics: Part Two

When we attained independence, the Catholics did not seem inimical to the state of Zimbabwe but the Catholics were not at peace.

Zim’s liberal trade policy

THE birth of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), in 1995, coincided with the end of Zimbabwe’s economic reform period, during which time...

USIP and regime change in Zimbabwe

CHESTER CROCKER’s US Institute for Peace (USIP), just like the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) is a US state-funded organisation.

At crossroads with Catholics: Part One

ON one side is the Catholic Church and on the other is Chimoio.  I will turn towards Chimoio where...

Sad reality in Africa: Part One

By Emmanuel Koro  in Johannesburg, South Africa HAS Africa’s 11th hour escape from poverty arrived? 

Horror at Pomona dumpsite…as environmental, health hazard looms

By Catherine Murombedzi A RAGING inferno recently engulfed Pomona Dump Site in Harare.  This is not...

American physician’s take on exaggerated fear of coronavirus

By Emmanuel Koro  I CAME across the COVID-19 book when a friend sent it to me as an example...

Meet the medicine man from Chivi

By Fidelis Manyange THE COVID-19 pandemic and the escalation of medical charges has led many Zimbabweans to seek solace...

Stones of a disappointed womb

THERE are a number of things that cause infertility in women, and one of them is fibroids.  In Africa,...

Government responds to surging COVID-19

IN March the country recorded its first COVID-19 case and death and four months later cases have risen. To...
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