Lifeline for Great Zimbabwe

PRESERVATION of heritage monuments is vital in domestic and heritage tourism. The Great Zimbabwe Development Project (GZDP), launched by President...

Celebrating the birth of ZANU: Part Two…when the march to victory began

AS we mentioned last week, ZANU was founded 60 years ago on August 8 1963 and its mission was to confront the...

Tragedy in Bulawayo…as drug and substance abuse spike

By Benhilda Chademana  I SPENT the better part of the festive season in the city of Kings and Queens...

Money and the pursuit of wealth: Part 48…birth of the slave trade

THE Bourbons controlled much of France’s domestic commerce and industry as well as overseas ventures.  The English rulers, with...

Transforming lives through mining…Second Republic hailed

By Evans Mushawevato,  recently in Mt Darwin DEEP in the bowels of Mukaradzi, Mt Darwin, men...

Peaceful Demo: Part Five…who defines values?

A BUS carrying peaceful travellers out of town had been stopped and was being hijacked by violent marchers to a 'peaceful demo'...

Celebrating ZANU’s birth 60 years ago

IN 1963 (August), the greatest revolutionary Party was born. We begin a series of articles to celebrate the birth of...

In pursuit of wealth: Part 50… the rise of the Ponzi scheme in France...

IN 1717, John Law gained an important friend in the French court, Philip, Duke of Orleans, regent for King Louis XV. 

Long live unity 

ON December 22 2022 Zimbabweans commemorate Unity Day.  This is a very important day on Zimbabwe’s calendar – a...

Revisiting the Unity Accord 

THE Unity Accord signed on December 22 1987 by the late Cde Joshua Nkomo, the then leader of the PF ZAPU and...
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