Elizabeth Vimbai Mhangami

Mhangami Bulawayo’s own nightingale

Ruth Butaumocho Gender Profile When Elizabeth Vimbai Mhangami finished her studies in the United States, she decided to retrace her footsteps to Zimbabwe and establish how best she could contribute t...
Perhaps it’s time we keep the villages as holiday houses and places to teach children about life in the past

Returning to the village for life skills

Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday On the way to the village last week, we took two 15-year-old girls and one 18-year old. They sat in the back seat of the car together, quietly watching the countryside.
Mr Jonathan Banda . . . “When something (like a building) is being designed let it be designed for all. Be it children, be it older persons, be it persons with disabilities”

‘Govt sensitive to plight of disabled’

CC: Mr Banda, there is this Leonard Cheshire situation where residents, some of them people with disabilities, were evicted from this place of residence. What is the ministry’s take on it and how has...

Jesus Christ and the case for Deific Law

Sharon Hofisi Legal Matters — For the purpose of precision, let me, with alacrity, begin by considering the basic definition of law. Professor Lovemore Madhuku, who is doubtlessly one of the be...

Lest we forget our folktales

Beaven Tapureta Bookshelf — The NAMA award-winning collection of folk stories titled “Around the Fire: Folktales from Zimbabwe” (2014), edited by prominent writers and playwrights Raisedon Baya...
Joyce-Simeti

BREAKING: Joyce Simeti dies (with updates)

Tawanda Marwizi Arts Correspondent — Gospel musician and fashion designer Joyce Simeti has died. She was 42. Simeti succumbed to a heart problem yesterday afternoon at Arcadia Medical Centre in...

HIFA 2015

  Buffalo Souljah ready for Hifa …slams xenophobia  Tafadzwa Zimoyo Entertainment Reporter  Zimbabwean born South Africa-based dancehall musician Buffalo Souljah has slammed the recent spa...

Rural women reel under effects of cancer

Ruth Butaumocho Gender Editor Mrs Maud Chauke watched hopelessly as her mother, VaChireka, writhed in pain while lying under a mopane tree a few metres from the family kitchen. She noticed her condit...