Religion and colonisation: Part Three…Korean and African missionaries invade the world.

FROM the time of Saint Paul, the New Testament-era missionary outreach of the Christian Church expanded throughout the Roman Empire and beyond...

Botswana improves wildlife conservation

By Emmanuel Koro in Johannesburg, SA BOTSWANA hunting communities in the wildlife-rich Chobe District have decided to further improve...

Revisiting livestock production: Part Three

By Elton Ziki A SURVEY by Ndebele et al (2007) in Matabeleland revealed that cattle are an investment and...

DNA testing redefining society

By Elizabeth Sitotombe ‘WHAT happens in the dark shows results in the day,’ so goes the saying.

International Literacy Day…the need to speak, hear, read and write

ZIMBABWE has always taken heed of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Number Four, more so as it seeks to achieve...

Indigenous knowledge systems change lives

By Eunice Masunungure IF attention is paid to the wells of traditional wisdom, the indigenous knowledge systems in African...

‘I survived the COVID-19’

I WILL never forget May 26 2021. Fear struck me right down to my core. I...

Strange fallacies

WHEN you want to defeat a people, a principal strategy is to destroy their values, their norms, their beliefs, their whole way...

COVID-19 variants remain a huge threat

By Elizabeth Sitotombe  THE world’s messy battle against COVID-19 continues to rage on. Many are currently...

Zim on right trajectory

AS Zimbabwe’s unprecedented economic transformation continues to take the world by storm, the country’s enemies are once again upping the tempo through...
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