OBAMA-CASTRO

Obama: Shaking a Raul, shaking a Castro

The Other Side with Nathaniel Manheru This column has adopted a very critical stance against the American governments, past, present, and I dare say future. It may sound absurd that the column dares ...
UEBERT ANGEL

Why churches must pay tax

Isdore Guvamombe Reflections Back in the village, in the land of milk, honey and dust or Guruve, a cock is seen the day it is hatched. There, elders with cotton tuft hair say, a great leader is an or...
Tendai Biti

The bone of pseudo-revolution

Reason Wafaraova On Thursday Criminals have used political authority as a shield to get these unscrupulous deals to sail through unabated in broad daylight, and that is a very sad chapter of the coun...
BLESSING OR MENACE. . . Social platforms like WhatsApp are increasingly becoming a heartache,as most people take wholesome whatever messages they receive through such fora without verifying their authenticity, jeopardising not only their lives but those of others as well

Be wary of the source of rumour

The Arena Hildegarde Today, someone might think that they are making a sick joke about an accident killing a number of people, but that sick joke might graduate to something more sinister.

Huawei to launch P8 in SA today

Huawei will launch its latest flagship for the African market – the Huawei P8 – in Johannesburg, South Africa, today. The launch has already attracted a lot of attention since it comes a ...

Empowering women is her lifelong passion

Ruth Butaumocho Gender Editor She has traversed the region pushing for economic empowerment for women, a journey of 40 years that has strengthened her resolve to improve their welfare despite all the...

FDI: Things certainly looking up for Zim

Victoria Ruzvidzo Business Focus The latest figure speaks to the potential that this country has in attracting investment, especially viewed from that the fact that what has come Zimbabwe’s way is st...
There are many widows in Afican communities that midlife aged man can marry instead of 12-year-olds

Looking for village love

OUR neighbour Jemba, the one who is always hunting, is looking for a wife. He is tired of living alone. He left the village many years ago to work at a Safari lodge in Hwange as a waiter. While over ...
Some churches are collecting huge amounts of money through tithes and pledges. The question now is whether to tax them or not?

Prosperity churches warrant taxation

Nick Mangwana View From The Diaspora Recently the Commissioner of Taxes Mr Gershem Pasi made a ground-breaking statement. He said that religious organisations are going to be taxed. Zimra is now work...