A unifier of our time

AS one approaches the Mugabe homestead in Kutama one would expect to be engulfed by a sombre atmosphere that characterises most funerals.

Can university curriculum deliver Vision 2030? …time to ask some hard questions

IN 2020, we begin by interrogating the African universities as part of our heritage.  We start by asking some...

African languages foster creativity, diversity…a critical element of education 5.0

IN a previous article in The Patriot we reflected on the reasons educated Zimbabweans and indeed other Africans are failing to spearhead...

Once bitten twice shy

Patriot Reporter FOLLOWING the recent declaration of a State of National Disaster by President Emmerson Mnangagwa, in order to...

Sarah Baartman: The Story

By Elizabeth Sitotombe  FREEDOM is the power or right to act, speak or  think as one wants. 

Coronavirus: Let us be pro-active

AT the onset of the new decade, 2020, a major global health scare known as COVID-19, of the coronavirus family, was detected...

By Dr Michelina  Andreucci WORK records from the officers in charge of resettlement in Sanyati revealed a preoccupation with...

No time for political capital

WE applaud the bold step taken by the Government to extend the lockdown by another two weeks to May 3 despite the...

How they plotted their downfall

By Professor Sheunesu Mpepereki HISTORY is a critical component of a people’s heritage.  People with no...

How they plotted their downfall

By Fidelis Manyange BIBLICALLY, when we talk of Samson and Delilah, it seems the trend has befallen our local...
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