History of land and agriculture in Zimbabwe: Part 17…the plight of indigenous folk

THE Second World War, fought from 1939 to 1945, was the most extensive global war in recent history. It involved more than 100...

Boost for 2014/2015 cropping season

IT is less than four months before the 2014/2015 cropping season begins and the private sector has once again shown faith in the resettled...

President Mugabe is a shining beacon

I WISH to laud President Mugabe for leading a political party that is people driven. We have a President who is selfless and...

Of suburb names and colonial hangover

HARARE is the capital, and most populous, city of Zimbabwe. Situated in the north-east of the country in the heart of Mashonaland, the city has...

Who says BaNyayi were socially inferior?

By Saul Gwakuba Ndlovu THE Rozvi came into Tjibundule’s country through the region that lies between the Tuli and the Limpopo rivers. The BaKalanga called...

Family institution a vital unit

By Farayi Mungoshi “WHAT has ubuntu/hunhu ever done for me?” Those were the words uttered by a student from Midlands State University sometime last year...

Miss Heritage pageant a plus for tourism

BEAUTY pageants are critical to promoting Zimbabwe as a prime and safe tourist destination, organisers of Miss Heritage have said. Zimbabwe has in the past...

Managers: Artistes should be cautious

THE music industry has evolved over the years, musicians and their outfits now operate as fully fledged businesses that must make profit or risk...

Warriors squad fit for AFCON

By Anesu Chakanetsa THE dogs must not be changed for the next hunting expedition. This seems to be the best way to describe Zimbabwe men national...

Are chiefs custodians of our culture and heritage?

I AM half-listening to a presentation by Dr Augustine Tirivangana on national identities when my interest is suddenly ignited by his mention of Chinese...
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