Ivan Craig . . . “Command Agriculture is the way to go and we should have started that a long time ago”

‘Zim agric sector geared for growth’

The curtain comes down on the 106th edition of the Harare Agricultural show today. The exhibition was held under the theme, “Climate Resilience: The New Agricultural Frontier” and as usual, provided ...
dunamis

Desire divine visitation

In the Bible we hear of a man called Saul of Tarsus, Acts 9:1-5. He was a persecutor of the early church and was against the way of the Lord, taking Christians into prison. One day something happened...
Choppies Zimbabwe chairman Ambassador Phelekezela Mphoko cuts the ribbon at the opening of the retail chain’s first store in Harare last week. The store is located along Harare Street. - (Picture by Innocent Makawa)

MDC-T violence, human shields and Choppies

Tichaona Zindoga : Political Editor There is a particular trend regarding violence that has been witnessed in Zimbabwe over the past couple of months that all watchers, analysts and authorities must ...
Beitbridge Border ost has become a haven for corruption among Customs, Immigration, Police and other senior Government officials, who between tem pocket a cool R600 000 a day, according to conservative estimates

Stop the rot at border posts

Lloyd Gumbo : Mr Speaker, Sir The recent transfer of police officers from Beitbridge district and the impending transfer of officials from other departments over alleged corruption at the border came...
Morgan Tsvangirai

Beware the ghost of Benghazi

Joram Nyathi : Spectrum YOUTH is a period of impetuosity and adventure. It is a time to test and experiment. It is a period of physical and mental growth. Youth is a time of discovery and for self-de...
The African Union General Assembly in session

Can AU succeed where the UN is failing?

Zachary Donnenfeld : Correspondent The world’s youngest country is anything, but peaceful. Since fighting began in December 2013, civilian casualties have been a consistent feature of the South Sudan...
Mr Mbiriri (right) hands over a certificate to one of the builders (left) while Mr Mawire (centre) looks on

Biogas transforms lives in Mudzi

Zvamaida Murwira : Senior Reporter A biogas project in Mutoko and Mudzi, Mashonaland East province has transformed several lives of villagers in the area, with people moving away from use of firewood...

Where are the child victims of the West?

Simon Wood : Correspondent It has been almost a year since the contorted body of little Alan Kurdi washed up on a Turkish beach, oblivious in death to the fact that he was to become the key pawn in a...

The Coltart/McGrath regime change agenda

Obi Egbuna Jnr Simunye When US-EU imperialism celebrates their cultural legacy a heavy emphasis is placed on conquerors, wealth and political influence over the nations who have been subjected to the...
ABOVE; Usain Bolt sprinted into the record books with his Triple Treble of Olympic gold medals in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay. RIGHT:  US swimmer Ryan Lochte won gold, but lost lucrative sponsorship deals for his attempt to soil Brazil’s name

Heroes and villains at Rio 2016

Hildegarde : The Arena The curtain came down on the 2016 summer Rio Olympic Games. Zimbabwe was represented, and our athletes did their best, although the nation hopes that the next time Team Zimbabw...
Thousands of people packed the National Sports Stadium while many others were accommodated in two overflow pitches outside for Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa's United Family International Church's Judgment Night 2 in Harare on Saturday night. - (Picture by Innocent Makawa)

Judgment Night a tourism magnet

Lovemore Chikova : News Editor Religious tourism has been the subject of heated debate at various forums, especially after the launch of the National Tourism Policy by Government in 2014. The debate ...