TWO weeks ago we published a front page picture depicting thousands of people standing back to back at an all night prayer conducted by PHD ministries at Zindoga shopping centre in Harare.
ONE day in the late 90s, Eddison Zvobgo, the late Zanu PF legal supremo (may his soul rest in peace) was asked by a patron at one of his hotels in Masvingo whether he wanted to be the President of Zimbabwe.
SOMEWHERE in the obscure annals of Shona folklore is a nugget of ancient wisdom which counsels against behaving like a lunatic who has picked up a whistle.
I would like to share some views about the role of a prophet, in response to a letter titled Makandiwa should stick to church matters (The Standard October 5-11 2014).
Zimbabwe economy has once again collapsed due to a combination of factors among them, economic mismanagement and bad governance.
Before its conclusion on Friday September 19 2014, which conclusion confounded skeptics and naysayers inside and outside the party, the constitutional review exercise of the MDC had been a subject of frenzied debate and media speculation.
KNOWLEDGE is at the core of meaningful, dignified and sustainable existence for any sane human being.
I believe the wordsmiths among us have exhausted all the adjectives that could aptly capture the desperation of the Ziscosteel community.
There is something gravely sinister about the minds of the men and women who rule this country.
The Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe is saddened and stunned by the stance taken by Minister Lazarus Dokora of calling for the reprimanding of the poor parents who fail to raise tuition fees for their children.