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...

Child poverty: The time to act is now!

Sifiso Chikandi Our Children, Our Future Over the last three weeks, The Herald has carried articles on child poverty in Zimbabwe (Muradzikwa on April 7, Tizora on April 12 and Nyamadzawo on April 19,...
Morgan Tsvangirai

Opposition not an alternative

Nick Mangwana View From the Diaspora THE word “alternative” implies that there is another possibility. It means a person is given an option to make a different choice to the one offered.
Morgan Tsvangirai

Coalition politics challenges

Reason Wafawarova on Tuesday THE signing of Memoranda of Understanding between the MDC-T and its MDC splinter formation led by Prof Welshman Ncube, and also the newly-established Zim-PF splinter outf...
Memory Chirere

Tête-à-tête with Chirere in the woods

Elliot Ziwira At the Bookstore Memory Chirere (MC) is one of the finest Zimbabwean writers who have mastered the short story in both English and Shona traditions. Here At The Bookstore’s pen Elliot Z...

Sharuko on Saturday

THE striking irony of it all was that the boisterous party at the Camp Nou got underway the minute it became evident to the army of Barcelona fans that their dreams for a second straight home Champio...

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...

Dealing with book piracy in Zimbabwe

David Mungoshi Shelling The Nuts The maxim that says, “to each according to their needs and from each according to their ability” is particularly relevant in today’s Zimbabwe. We have neglected this ...