Time to give African art its due respect

Knowledge Mushohwe Correspondent Since the days of the Renaissance art movement, art historians and critics have sought to use theory as a form of classification for artworks. Though theories have gi...

Village celebrations

Dr Sekai Nzenza On Wednesday Welcome to a rainy Independence Day celebration reporting directly from our kitchen hut right here on the foothills of the Hwedza mountains along Save River. Thirty-five ...

Re-branding the gender forum

Ruth Butaumocho Gender Forum Saturday was a remarkable day in Zimbabwe’s calendar where millions of people across the political divide joined hands to celebrate Independence Day. You could not help b...
manheru

Zimbabwe: Doing as England, America did

He always puts me to shame each time he writes, this Ghanaian. I am talking about Baffour Ankomah. As always, his latest Beefs pass for a gem. Adorned with well-chosen quotes from our African icons, ...
Total market capitalisation on the ZSE was $4,12 billion down from $4,33 billion at the end of December

First quarter not so glorious, but . . .

Victoria Ruzvidzo Business Focus The first quarter of the economy is gone and we are two weeks into the second quarter, but an analysis would show that there is more that has gone wrong than that whi...
Mr Tsvangirai

MDC: Poll boycott or defeat boycott

Reason Wafarova on Thursday If there is anything that the MDC-T and its twin offshoots led by Sekai Holland and Professor Welshman Ncube are offering the people of Zimbabwe at the moment, it is confu...

The tragic world we live in

“Every time you read the news, you get to know that someone has been killed mercilessly,” said my cousin Reuben, moving away from the computer where he had been sitting and reading the news and catch...
Op5

Big strides for women empowerment

Ruth Butaumocho Gender Forum Zimbabwe has come of age and will on Saturday celebrate its 35th independence. April 18 is an important date the calendar where the nation reflects and salutes the gallan...
Joice Mujuru

Mujuru: Haunted by own questions

THE OTHER SIDE by Nathaniel Manheru The national political pot sweats and effervesces. The faggots beneath burn wild and incandescent, heating up the medley soup inside which leaps wild, jumping past...

Tolerance in politics

THE quintessential aspect of democracy, and indeed that of a good community, where each of us can build flourishing lives for ourselves, is tolerance.