President Mugabe

Let Trump see the speck in his eye first

Chigumbu  Warikandwa Correspondent It was time for humble pie in New York on September 21, when President Mugabe, the long-living African warrior, told off the United States President, Donald Trump a...
The Chirorodziva (Sleeping Pool)  is popular for its cobalt blue waters. — (Picture courtesy of Creative Commons)

Chinhoyi Caves: What a gem!

Robert Mukondiwa Senior Correspondent There is an eerie beauty that surrounds the magic of Chinhoyi caves; itself a barely heralded gem that is one of the priceless adornments for Zimbabwe’s crown of...
Bond notes

Bring madding street money deals to an end

Stephen Mpofu Correspondent If technically not even the most powerful person in the land anywhere around the globe is above the law, how can ordinary citizens, and least of all those whose lifestyles...

Knowing God (Part 1)

Bishop B. Manjoro “And the Lord called yet again, Samuel. And Samuel arose and went to Eli, and said, Here am I; for thou didst call me. And he answered, I called not, my son; lie down again. Now Sam...
The BRICS leaders could be persuaded to adopt a human rights based approach to making global economic governance more democratic and responsive to the needs of developing countries and for a more just, equitable and sustainable global economy

BRICS needs a new approach

Danny Bradlow Correspondent The formation of BRICS — the bloc made up of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – was supposed to be the harbinger for a new approach to global economic g...
Residents of Mabvuku fetch water from unprotected sources in Harare in 2012. - Reuters

Water disconnections rile Harare residents

Runyararo Muzavazi Feature Writer The decision by the Harare City Council to cut water supplies to non-paying residents has angered most people in the city who are bitter over poor service delivery, ...
Africa will spend $110 billion to import food by 2025 if it neglects agriculture

Can Africa feed itself?

Sifelani Tsiko recently in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia With a food import bill of Africa hovering around $35 billion per annum, can Africa feed itself?