Kufa kwemurume hubuda ura, so goes the Shona proverb. Loosely translated, it means a man is not dead until the intestines are out.
This country has been grappling with a number of challenges since the attainment of independence in 1980.
The threats on Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD)Ministries leader Prophet Walter Magaya by Godwin Gomwe, the Zanu PF Harare provincial youth leader, are as irrational and unwarranted as they are […]
On Sunday January 18 2015, The Sunday News published an article entitled; Civil society anti-prepaid water meters mislead residents.
The greatest public expectation during 2014 was the robust commencement of implementation of the new constitution of Zimbabwe.
A gerontocracy can be described as a societal system of rule where leadership is reserved for elders — usually only those over 60 years of age who are meant to […]
I do not usually want to engage myself in political discourse of the country but I am forced this time to speak my heart in response to an action by […]
The unfolding tragedy in Mazowe where hundreds of families have been brutalised and thrown out of their homes in the middle of the rainy season made the most depressing news […]
Schools are opening for the New Year this week. While it is a great experience for youngsters starting Grade One and older boys and girls starting secondary education, it has […]
The attack on Faber Chidarikire by that self-confessed Grade 2 ‘graduate’ Hurungwe East MP, Sarah Mahoka, aptly typifies that age-old adage about two fools in a squabble.