Indaba addresses women’s economic challenges

THE Women in Enterprise Conference and Awards (WECA) will next month hold a breakfast meeting in Harare to address challenges facing women in economic development. The...

Let’s preserve wetlands: Kasukuwere

THE Minister of Environment, Water and Climate, Saviour Kasukuwere has castigated the mushrooming of infrastructural developments on wetlands and called for a balance in...

Zim-ASSET and soyabean production – Part Two

I NOTICED in Mafuta Resettlement area, Raffingora, that some farmers had left weeds to outgrow their soya crop. Late application of ‘Fusilade’ results...

Futile attempt: A typical Rhodesian/white script

Dead Wrong, Calamitious times in Zimbabwe By Elinor Kennedy ISBN 978-0-7974-4731-8 DEAD Wrong, which was set in Zimbabwe and authored by Elinor Kennedy, is a riveting...

‘Motivate actors with better salaries’

LOCAL film producers should improve the welfare of actors through better remunerations in order to boost confidence and professionalism in the sector, veteran movie...

Mountains and Zimbabwe’s indigenous culture

By Elliott Siamonga MOUNTAINS have played a central role in Zimbabwe’s indigenous culture and the armed struggle. The mountains are sacred places; chiefs live on...

An Africa-centred critique of Shakespeare’s King Lear

By Dr Augustine Tirivangana WHEN William Shakespeare wrote his plays, he was commenting on the England of his time. His observations, like those of any...

Adams shames regime change agents

DECORATED Canadian soft rock singer, Bryan Adams came to Zimbabwe and successfully held his show in Harare last week despite being criticised by some...

How to teach our children to be heirs of Zimbabwe: Part 17

Chimurenga Chokutanga “…Vasikana mandikangaidza Mandikwidza muti une shavi Mandiona ndichimukonewa Onai njiva yoru-u Yobvurukuta hu-u Ichitsvaka mwana hu-u…” EARLY Childhood Development (ECD), as we discussed in the last article, is the...

An Africa-centred critique of Shakespeare’s King Lear

WHEN William Shakespeare wrote his plays, he was commenting on the England of his time. His observations, like those of any literature, can be...
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