Zim can’t afford to run dry

By Fortious Nhambura OVER the past decade, Zimbabwe has failed to come up with adequate strategic fuel reserves. This has not only affected the transport sector in the country, but also business and ...

Life’s journey: The insights

TWO weeks ago I wrote about life as a journey. Since writing that article, I have travelled a number of times and got a number of insights on life as a journey that I thought I could share with reade...

A guide to buying furniture

Everyone enjoys a comfortably furnished home where everything is just the way they want it and today, more than ever before, it is possible to have just what you want. Thanks to new materials, constr...

There are no funerals at homes of cowards

In the lifelong career of drinking and observing the world, I have learnt a lot about human nature, if nothing else.And I have reached conclusions that some people will claim as their original though...

Homelessness: A potpourri of problems

By Tichaona ZindogaMary Mutanga shelters under the shade of a tree near a bridge over Mukuvisi River along Seke Road, her six-month baby suckling from her flat-looking breast.She seems oblivious of t...
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Whither the Arab world?

By Chakanyuka Karase
WHAT is happening to the Arab world?
Where is it heading?
These are the questions that the world is asking as

How AGOA fuels poverty

THE last decade has seen a remarkable surge in US economic interest in Africa. Policymakers who once considered Africa the languid backwater of global economics are now rushing in to stake a claim in...

US’ bluff, search for new allies

DEPENDING on the medium you follow, in some countries they have been called revolutions, while others call them anti-government protests, unrest or demonstrations.It’s a mammoth task to piece t...

President: True pan-Africanist

By Alexander KanengoniPRESIDENT Mugabe is 87 and many things have been said about him, some of them good, others bad – he is only human.For instance, I won’t forget the old woman who stoo...