RBZ calls for gold-backed Zimdollar

ZIMBABWE needs to look at the possibility of using its abundant gold reserves to bring back into use the now moribund local currency, Reserve...

Museums hail Uhuru heritage

THIS contribution is intended to persuade Zimbabweans to notice that there is need to document and present the liberation heritage of Zimbabwe, particularly the...

Cattle farmers thrive at Koala

KOALA Abattoir has continued to offer assistance to many communal farmers in Zimbabwe, especially those in livestock production. Many of them have become accustomed...

GMB calls for maize deliveries

THE country’s maize marketing body, the Grain Marketing Board (GMB), now requires about 250 000 tonnes of maize to fill up its coffers, The...

Winter wheat behind schedule

GOVERNMENT must quickly avert a potential crisis emanating from underfunding, lack of inputs and intermittent power supply by the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority so...

Correcting colonial injustices

ONE fact that has continued to elude critics of the country’s indigenisation and economic empowerment programme is that the initiative is about redressing colonial...

Zimbabwe Diverse, But One

IN the war to liberate the economy, the British use local black agents to prevent the success of the programme. These agents are led...

The ordeal of a tenant

IT was too many rules from the beginning. If it was not about the water, it had to be about the electricity. Many of...

From soccer to topping gospel charts

GOSPEL music has become one of the music genres currently being welcomed and appreciated by Zimbabweans countrywide and gospel sensation Sebastian Magacha has become...

Let’s talk sculpture

IN the early 90s, I went to visit an uncle of mine, the late acclaimed sculptor Brighton Sango. He was living in what I...
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