Towards gender parity…women empowerment in Zimbabwe

ALTHOUGH women in Zimbabwe constitute 52 percent of the population, they were largely marginalised by successive colonial governments in the areas of education, health,...

Deconstructing Zimbabwe’s Command Agriculture Programme: Part One…land reform there to stay

OF late, the noble and magnanimous indigenous socio-agro developments of the land reform and the ensuing Command Agriculture Programme have been erroneously misconceived and...

Remembering Cde Gwerevende…a legend from Chesa

OBERT Mandizadza Gwerevende, a legend from Chesa, Mt Darwin, joined the valiant sons and daughters of Zimbabwe who gave up everything for their land,...

ZANLA blows Rusape rail links

The story of Professor Charles Pfukwa, aka Cde Dynamics I WILL live to celebrate three victorious attacks on the Salisbury-Umtali Railway Line between 1977 and...

Insight into Rastafarian movement

THERE are black people who wear long twisted hair called dreadlocks with a full beard. Such people are almost always thought to be Rastafarians, and...

Israel’s inhumanity

By Saul Gwakuba-Ndlovu TWO Israeli drones were reported to have crashed and caused explosions in Beirut, Lebanon, just before the 23–25 August weekend. No...

Early slave revolts…sabotaging the institution

THE role of slave resistance in bringing slavery to an end is often overlooked. Yet, African resistance to enslavement...

Jobs are everywhere

THIS week, I bumped into an interesting article about how jobs can be created through sports. I couldn’t agree...

Setback for regime change proponents

THE past week saw regime change proponents, whose major weapons to bring down the Government of Zimbabwe are illegal sanctions and violence,...

Use Harare Agric Show for networking

EDITOR — IT is worthwhile to pause and appreciate the benefits that many small and medium entrepreneurs are likely to derive from...
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