Importance of drinking water in summer

DID you know that nearly two thirds of our body weight is made up of water? It is not surprising then that we need...

Drive to promote domestic tourism

By Netho Francisco and Margaret Mvura THIS year’s edition of the Sanganai/Hlanganani World Travel and Tourism Africa Fair will focus on promoting domestic tourism...

Living through energy poverty

POWER, specifically electricity, is the hallmark of the modern life and lack of it brings difficulties of all sorts. However, people in the country, a...

The missing link in Zimbabwe’s education miracle: Part Three

By Shepherd Manhambara PART Two focused on the paradox associated with the education sector in Zimbabwe today. On one hand we are proud that the...

The agony of changing a curriculum

By Dr Ireen Mahamba WHEN we came back home from the war in 1980, I was assigned to the Ministry of Education and Culture. Comrade...

Ministers Dokora and Muchena’s worst nightmare

IN an article reproduced by The Herald of October 9, Richard Dowden, the man who chaired the meeting that conceived the formation of the...

Civic groups where are you?

WHILE I am not surprised by the actions of the civic organisations in this country there are times I wish that they at least,...

Moving agriculture forward

By Professor Sheunesu Mpepereki THE land reform programme has successfully moved land, the chief means of production from the 4 500 minority settler colonial whites...

Lest we forget: Rhodesians say they never die

THIS week I stumbled on some interesting sites on the internet while I was doing my research on the liberation war in Zimbabwe. As a...

Taking patriotism to the classroom

AMERICAN public schools take the teaching of patriotism very seriously especially post 9/11. According to Diane Ravitch, a research professor at New York University, with...
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