Growth of music in Zimbabwe: Part Two…Harare Township lit up in the 1950s

By Saul Gwakuba Ndlovu THE Golden Rhythm Crooners took the region by storm with their energetic hits, particularly with Dorothy Masuka’s masterpiece, ‘Hamba Nontshokolo’. With...

‘Vendors must respect the law’

EDITOR — I WRITE this letter to express my views on the issue of vendors that has rocked the country over the past few...

A bountiful season for the BaTonga

IT’S that time of the year again when the tribal BaTonga gather in the spiritual world and re-unite themselves with their ancestors. The beginning...

About security sector reforms

This is the first installment of Cde Cain Mathema’s book, Why the West and its MDC stooges want Zimbabwe’s Defence and Security Forces reformed,...

Will Pasuwa produce another miracle?

WARRIORS coach Calisto Pasuwa charmed the world last Sunday. He is now a wanted man primarily for his coaching acumen. But as ever, Pasuwa...

Tribute to a Great African hero

By Dr Ireen Mahamba SOMETIMES tears just burst out without warning, and you realise something special has separated, something has gone out of your life...

Ancient industrial psychology through song and dance

By Dr Michelina Andreucci “IF trees are to be cut, one must sing; without the song the blade is blunt.” This West African proverb...

Is film a lost culture? — Part Two …scriptwring alone not enough

By Farayi Mungoshi AFTER the premiere of Cook Off at New Ambassador Hotel, I began asking questions. I wanted to know why they hadn’t used...

Trump in another scandal

IN May 2019, one of the longest running nation newspapers in the world, The Herald from Scotland, carried varying opinions on whether...

What if the ceasefire failed?

ZIMBABWE could have plunged into a fresh war after the signing of the Lancaster House Agreement in 1979. At Lancaster House, warring parties agreed...
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