How corporate power killed democracy

Richard Moser Correspondent The rise of corporate power was the fall of democracy. Over the long haul, US politics has revolved around a deep tension between democracy and an unrelenting drive for pl...
Cocaine

Cocaine use surges in Zimbabwe

Sacrifice Chirisa Mental Health Matters Cocaine is a powerfully addictive stimulant drug made from the leaves of the coca plant found in South American countries. As a street drug, cocaine looks like...
Many elderly men move to the granary full time while the old ladies enjoy their freedom sleeping alone or with little grand children in the kitchen hut

The search for personal space

Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday The other day, my cousin Reuben was counting the number of single mature women who live alone in Harare. This idea came up when our friend Temba, the one who lives in the US...
AU-EU-SUMMIT-2017

Change to EU-AU Summit more than just words

Frank Mattheis and John Kotsopoulos Correspondents African and European heads of government gathered last week in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, for their 5th summit since 2000. For the first time, the Afri...

Elimination of violence against women

Danai Chirawu It is that time of the year again where different parties within the state, Government and other Non-Governmental organisations commemorate 16 days of activism while still bearing in mi...
President Mnangagwa

The Operation to Restore Legacy

Nick Mangwana View from the Diaspora This column has been absent for nearly six weeks. There was just so much going on and the job to inform and represent views had to be done through other means. Bu...
The widespread presence of spanking and other forms of violence against children violate a child’s right to equal protection under the law

End violence against women and children

Sofia Calltorp Correspondent The prevention of domestic violence and Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is recognised internationally as a human rights concern. Myriad annals of history attest that women an...