The loneliness Zimbos never talk about…a place’s beauty doesn’t brush away sadness

A FRIEND of mine, Ronald Sabelo Mabuza, a celebrated Swazi lawyer who is lodged permanently in South Africa, used to recite this passage from...

Blockbuster at Rufaro…as DeMbare meet FC Platinum

League preview DYNAMOS return to the ceremonial home of football, Rufaro Stadium, this Sunday where they host FC Platinum in a potential thriller. The Glamour...

Midwives’ critical role

IN ancient Zimbabwe, the midwife (nyamukuta) was a very important figure in society as most women relied on them for child birth. In an interview...

Building schools rugby key

By Gamuchirai Mugadzaweta SOCCER, widely regarded as the world’s most beautiful game, has a pull factor and the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia will...

Challenge to MPs and senators

By Saul Gwakuba Ndlovu THE most important question that Zimbabweans aspiring to be councillors, House of Assembly members and senators are likely to be asking...

ED dates war veterans

THEY came from far and wide and all the country’s 10 provinces were represented. Some travelled by road during the night and made it to...

Fire season upon us

THE 2017 Fire Report by the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has indicated that Agricultural equipment, household property, plantations, livestock and transport systems worth US$314...

Elections in another name, colour

IN March this year, this column predicted two things about Nelson Chamisa, the MDC Alliance and the opposition in general and these issues have...

‘Harare water too dirty’

EDITOR – I WRITE to you as disappointed Harare resident over the dirty water trickling out of our taps. I have deliberately used the word...

‘Soya bean remains lucrative’

THE Land Reform Programme initiated in 2000 afforded local farmers opportunities to acquire knowledge and become experts in producing crops they had never tried...
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