My first taste of boarding school life

Isdore Guvamombe Reflections It was my first night at St Anne’s Goto High School. Everything was unusual. Senior boys moved from one dormitory to the other helping themselves to any newcomer’s food t...
Joice Mujuru

Talk is cheap, walk the talk Mujuru!

Hildegarde The Arena THIS is an open letter to the interim leader (maybe the first interim leader) of the new political outfit Zimbabwe People First, Dr Joice Teurai Ropa Mujuru.
The gradual adoption of Facebook Live by high-profile figures -particularly popularised by Olinda Chapel-Chideme pictured here with estranged husband Desmond a.k.a Stunner - seems to be occurring with hardly any eyelid batting among stakeholders within the broadcasting sector

When innovating, leave no customer behind

Digital Dialogue with Delta Milayo Ndou A story is told (though I cannot vouch for its authenticity) of a village somewhere in rural Zimbabwe where a well-meaning NGO distributed mosquito nets to the...

Are we in the arena?

Victoria Ruzvidzo Business Focus “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. “The credit belongs ...
Mr Mutasa

No more giant robes for dwarfish politicians

For fear of sounding monotonous or overkilling the subject of the goings-on in Zimbabwe People First party, which recently underwent a severe bout of convulsions that saw seven senior politicians bei...
Valentine’s Day should be a confirmation and celebration of love, as we celebrate it by sending love poetry, sharing food or drink, dancing or even sending presents and flowers to loved ones

Valentine’s Day, the celebration of love

Sekai Nzenza On Wednesday In a Ugandan Valentine’s Day video clip circulating on WhatsApp, a well-dressed messenger arrives at a big door carrying a present, red flowers and a card. He knocks and a m...

Attitude is everything, says Jokonya

Ruth Butaumocho Gender Profile Studying for degrees in hotel management and sales marketing was a career path that Farai Jokonya knew would open opportunities in travelling, while enjoying the glitz ...

Who will take the trophy at the Namas?

Tafadzwa Zimoyo T V Column With the National Arts Merit Awards around the corner, it is clear that the artistes who were nominated in the race for the coveted gongs are anxiously waiting to see if th...

Time to act on varsity sex predators

Ruth Butaumocho Gender Editor The recent revelation that at least 74 percent of female students in tertiary institutions have been subjected to sexual harassment by male staffers at campuses througho...

Questioning ‘A Fine Madness’

Elliot Ziwira @ the Bookstore In a world where ignorance is tragic and knowledge is in vogue, it is quite dangerous to parade one’s lack of information. Nothing really beats knowledge in this rat rac...
Joice Mujuru

Economy: Soko Risina Musoro

Nathaniel Manheru: THE OTHER SIDE Gentle reader, I think it is a sheer waste of national time to focus on the collapse of ZimPF, spectacular though that may be. There was nothing unexpected about Zim...