Maintaining the presence of God: Part 2

“And when they wanted wine, the mother of Jesus saith unto him, They have no wine.” (John 2:3) Having God in a nation does not mean you will not have problems; Jesus was present and wine still ran ou...

Why a hand wash will keep the doctor away

By Solomon Asaba Asking someone to wash their hands after visiting the toilet or before eating food may come off as belittling, yet ignoring this seemingly simple practice of hygiene is stifling the ...
A mock exercise by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission on the use of the Biometric Voter Registration

BVR a red herring, grand loss beckons

Trevor Shiri Correspondent The debate around the introduction and implementation of Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) continues to rage on, as Zimbabwe tru...
Julian Assange

Getting Assange: The untold story

John Pilger Correspondent JULIAN ASSANGE has been vindicated because the Swedish case against him was corrupt. The prosecutor, Marianne Ny, obstructed justice and should be prosecuted. Her obsession ...
Helen Zille

Please don’t patronise us, Madame Zille

Baffour Ankomah Correspondent “THERE is something so terrible in watching a Black man trying at all points to be the dark ghost of a European.” — Ayi Kwei Armah in The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born...
Participants during the Three Nations Wildrun

The missing link at Mapungubwe TFCA

Thupeyo Muleya Features Writer Zimbabwe’s tourist arrivals have been increasing relatively over the last five years owing to a raft of measures and policies, the government has adopted. Among these i...

Dealing with uninteresting reads

Christopher Farai Charamba The Reader Reading is a time-consuming exercise. A pleasurable means to spend the precious resource but time consuming nonetheless. Generally, this reader takes a couple of...
JORAM GUMBO . . . As an economist, I weighed the options and chose Geiger International because there is nowhere we could have gotten an interest of 1,5 percent

‘Highway dualisation will grow economy’

Lovemore Ranga Mataire: THE INTERVIEW President Mugabe on Thursday commissioned the dualisation of the main road linking Zimbabwe, South Africa and Zambia to the rest of Africa amid pomp and fanfare ...