The government was left scurrying for cover last week after this paper exposed the lies being peddled around the controversial command agriculture scheme and the potential prejudice tax payers will […]
Everyone who comes into the world has a tailor-made role that they are called to play for the betterment of mankind. The tragedy, however, is that many people purposelessly drift […]
Whilst the benefits of Information and Communication technologies (ICTs), especially social media applications, have come to be taken for granted in society, for people with disabilities (PWDs), who need these […]
Last Thursday in Ethiopia, Madagascan Ahmad Ahmad defeated incumbent Issa Hayatou in the Confederation of African Football (CAF) elections to end the Cameroonian’s 29-year stranglehold on African football.
Theme: #BeBoldforChange The Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe (WCoZ), a network of women rights activists and women’s rights organizations joins the world in commemorating International Women’s Day. WCoZ further proclaim the […]
While empowerment has become a buzzword in Zimbabwe and is at the heart of all developmental efforts and discourse, for the 2.3 million people with disabilities (PWDs) in Zimbabwe, who […]
President Robert Mugabe yesterday gathered thousands of his supporters near the historic Matobo hills to celebrate his 93rd birthday, oblivious of the plight of hundreds of Tsholotsho villagers displaced by […]
First lady Grace Mugabe’s outlandish claim that Zimbabweans will vote for her husband even if he appeared as a corpse on the ballot paper was another demonstration of a her […]
Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora last week went to extra-ordinary lengths in the National Assembly to prove that he is not a Muslim as he defended his ill-thought […]
Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has clearly run out of ideas on how to save Zimbabwe’s broke government.