Archive | September, 2016

China clears Zimbabwe’s wildlife?

Since February this year, the Zimbabwean authorities, working hand in glove with Chinese authorities, have greatly intensified the capturing of animals in the country for export to China, according to […]

Will the bond notes survive the test of time

It’s now official — Zimbabwe will introduce bond notes end of October 2016. The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe confirmed this in its mid-term monetary policy statement. At the same time, […]

Poverty stalks adolescent mothers

Mutoko — Precious Gwaze (16) joyfully breastfeeds her nine-month-old baby boy, whom she named Anotidaishe, meaning God loves us.

God’s rules are steadfast

There is a saying that says, “curiosity killed the cat”. Curiosity is part of nature and its purpose is to push us into exploring the unknown.

Dance groups fight over name

A fight has erupted between popular Bulawayo dance group, Inkululeko Yabatsha School of Arts (Iyasa) and a newly-formed project based in Gwanda, Isiphiwo Sami School of Arts (Isasa) over the […]

Chataira’s unrecognised talent

Many people are familiar with the term “starving artist.” This stereotype of impoverished artists struggling to get by has been true throughout much of history.

Bond notes unnerve potential investors

The impending bond notes appear to have scared away prospective investors who have now adopted a wait-and-see attitude — waiting to see how the market will react to the pseudo […]

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