Joice Mujuru

Talk is cheap, walk the talk Mujuru!

Hildegarde The Arena THIS is an open letter to the interim leader (maybe the first interim leader) of the new political outfit Zimbabwe People First, Dr Joice Teurai Ropa Mujuru.
The gradual adoption of Facebook Live by high-profile figures -particularly popularised by Olinda Chapel-Chideme pictured here with estranged husband Desmond a.k.a Stunner - seems to be occurring with hardly any eyelid batting among stakeholders within the broadcasting sector

When innovating, leave no customer behind

Digital Dialogue with Delta Milayo Ndou A story is told (though I cannot vouch for its authenticity) of a village somewhere in rural Zimbabwe where a well-meaning NGO distributed mosquito nets to the...
Symptoms of schizophrenia usually start between the ages of 16 and 30. In rare cases, some children have developed schizophrenia too

Understanding schizophrenia

Dr Sacrifice Chirisa Mental Health Matters Schizophrenia is a chronic and severe mental disorder that affects how a person thinks, feels, and behaves. People with schizophrenia may seem like they hav...
A market is a place for exchanging agricultural commodities, not storing them

Market: Backbone for agric transformation

Charles Dhewa There is no longer any doubt that Command Agriculture and a good rainfall season will trigger an over-supply of commodities into markets and storage facilities at household level this y...

Pull her down syndrome bane on womanhood

Anesu Chakabva Correspondent Women empowerment has received much support locally, regionally and internationally, with the Zimbabwean Government incorporating women in developmental programmes as a m...

Boosting China-Africa media cooperation

Lovemore Chikova China-Africa Focus This week’s instalment is a presentation I made last year at a China-Africa Media Cooperation Conference in Beijing, China, organised by the China Investment Magaz...
Mr Mutasa

No more giant robes for dwarfish politicians

For fear of sounding monotonous or overkilling the subject of the goings-on in Zimbabwe People First party, which recently underwent a severe bout of convulsions that saw seven senior politicians bei...
vendors

Is outlawing street vending the way to go?

Lovemore Ranga Mataire Senior Writer While street vendors in Harare have been vilified by local authorities, several studies have however, shown that vending has become an integral part of the world’...
Valentine’s Day should be a confirmation and celebration of love, as we celebrate it by sending love poetry, sharing food or drink, dancing or even sending presents and flowers to loved ones

Valentine’s Day, the celebration of love

Sekai Nzenza On Wednesday In a Ugandan Valentine’s Day video clip circulating on WhatsApp, a well-dressed messenger arrives at a big door carrying a present, red flowers and a card. He knocks and a m...
An aerial view of Sekuru Mbisvi’s homestead by the Hunyani River

Dande’s stubborn river-man

Freedom Mupanedemo Sekuru Efinos Mbisvi (68) of Mashumbi in Dande has earned himself the tag “VaMarwizi”. His stoicism has earned him the name but authorities are worried his stance could cost him hi...

Encomium: A tribute to water tests

Sharon Hofisi  Legal Matters Of what seriousness and significance were the water tests by Zimlab to us all? You see how characteristic, how representative it all is. Apparently we need to be told: “T...