Amos Jokonya, who suffered severe trauma after a buffalo attack, narrates his ordeal (ab0ve), shows his head injuries (top)  and (bottom) goes about his daily duties at his home in Masoka Village, Mbire District

Buffalo attack leaves Mbire man (un)manly

Freedom Mupanedemo Syndication Writer It’s about mid-morning in Masoka communal lands in Mbire, and a frail, wiry and grey-haired man leaves his pole and mud hut which he calls home to answer nature’...

Marx: Timekeeper of the oppressed

Stanely Mushava Literature Today When we gather around Karl Marx to size up the elites, we think of the patron saint of socialism as a hardened ideologue with a mane that might set a comb’s teeth on ...

Nigerian novelist Buchi Emecheta dies

Wiliam Grimes Correspondent Buchi Emecheta, a British-based Nigerian writer who, in “Second-Class Citizen”, “The Joys of Motherhood” and other novels, gave voice to African women struggling to reconc...

Doma nomadic way of life at risk

Freedom Mupanedemo For centuries, the Doma people in yonder north of Zimbabwe hunted and gathered along the mighty Zambezi River and Mwanzamutanda Mountains, east of Chapoto communal lands in Kanyemb...

The extraordinary life of Malcolm X

Christopher Farai Charamba The Reader For most Zimbabweans, the date February 21 is instantly associated with President Robert Mugabe as it was the day on which he was born. Some might, however, not ...
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Infantino’s visit puts critics to shame

THE last two days have been quite hectic for Zimbabwe football with the country getting the spotlight of the globe’s biggest sporting discipline in the wake of a landmark visit by FIFA president Gian...
Mrs Precious Nhema and her two bright kids Tinotenda (in uniform) and Mwazvita

Meet the whizzkid who skips grades

Leroy Dzenga Features Writer At four years, most children will be struggling to spell their names properly. Some will still be failing to sing their kindergarten hymns with clarity.
ENGINEER HOSIAH CHISANGO . . . “Further to water supply improvements, we expect a marked reduction in operational costs as we will have new equipment which is energy efficient and less prone to breakdowns”

‘Harare water meets WHO guidelines’

Christopher Farai Charamba THE INTERVIEW The year 2016 saw Harare residents periodically going without water. Repairs to the Morton Jaffray Water Treatment Plant meant that water supplies had to be c...
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Restoration of your business life

Bishop B. Manjoro Dunamis Today I will talk about how you can be restored in your business life or in the works of your hands from the Word of God. This is a wonderful year of restoration and every a...