Charity begins at home. I used to take this statement directly in the sense that everything begins at home. But as years passed by, I began to find more meaning […]
Life and Style articles
The build-up to this year’s Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa) has been largely characterised by speculation and uncertainty, but all is in order for another memorable fete, an […]
Binga in Matabeleland North province is one district that is riddled with traditional practices and norms that perpetuate the discrimination and infringement of women’s fundamental civil liberties. This increases women’s […]
I shall start off with a December 2012 quotation from Matthew Bashaw whose story about society’s perception of musicians moved me. This is what he said:
In southern Africa, where populations are among the most vulnerable in the world, climate change threatens to slow down, and even reverse development, unless there are concerted efforts to make […]
Our culture always tells us to look back to where we came from. Cheuka shure kwawakabva, so goes the adage, loosely translated to “look back to where you came from”.
In the summer of 2012, the British government informed Virgin Trains that it had lost the bid to retain the operating rights to the UK’s West Coast rail franchise.
Controversial socialite and model Jacqueline “Jackie” Ngarande is not just another girl on the street.
The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) roars to life this week. Bulawayo will be home to many people from all corners of the country, including foreigners.
The High Tea, an event that brings women together to share lifetime experiences, will be hosted at the Organikks in Chisipite where influential speakers are set to share stories over […]