The Patriot nominated for top African award

THE PATRIOT newspaper has done it again!   One of its reporters, Patience Rusare Murava, has been nominated for...

Zim from a global perspective

TWO poignant but potentially decisive events took place last week. These events are critical in shaping the country’s destiny. First was President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s visit to...

EU, US sanctions: Liberation movements under siege

THE major highlight of the EU Parliament’s decision to recommend further renewal of illegal economic sanctions against Zimbabwe on February 15 2019...

Racism in the UK an open secret

BEING a foreigner in the UK is challenging. Some time ago, a video of Chelsea football fans preventing a blackman from boarding the Paris...

A film to look out for

By Farayi Mungoshi AND so, finally, I have managed to watch Nothando Nobengula’s NAMA-nominated film, Like a Good Woman Should. I didn’t get to watch...

Hands off DRC

B THE decision by US President Donald John Trump to deploy soldiers to Gabon over what he says are...

Can HIV be cured by prayer and anointing oil?

EDITOR – LAST week the Ministry of Health and Child Care released figures highlighting that this year 70 000 pregnant women in Zimbabwe had...

Father recruited cadres from Highfield

By Tariro Matsiga THE liberation struggle was fought in different fronts and this enabled the black majority to successfully attain independence in 1980. Some fought as...

ZTA bags two top accolades

THE Europe Business Assembly (EBA) has respectively awarded the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) and its chief executive officer, Karikoga Kaseke, the best Enterprise in...

Lord Carrington seeks Nkomo’s advice

By Saul Gwakuba Ndlovu Zimbabwe-Rhodesia forces crossed into neighbouring states with guns blazing, bombing bridges and refugee camps indiscriminately in the last quarter of 1978....
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