Few things that annoy readers

Christopher Farai Charamba The Reader Reading is often a solitary act. One immerses himself/herself within the pages of the book they have in front of them and travel off to the world that the words ...
Civilians gather outside the UN compound in Juba as the crisis in South Sudan escalates. — AFP

AU’s three options in South Sudan

By New African’s Special Correspondent Every January, a motley legion of African diplomats, civil society, and politicians descends upon Addis Ababa, the capital city of Ethiopia, at the behest of th...
President Mugabe

Why President Mugabe is an African hero

Special Correspondent President Mugabe stands for the downtrodden African countries on the international stage. He is the voice of the voiceless. There are a few men who are as controversial as the Z...
Dr Gerald Gwinji . . . “I think it is only fair that, when you put two or three issues on the table as the compound issues and you have discussed those issues to a reasonable conclusion that you stick to those issues”

‘Govt sensitive to doctors’ plight’

Christopher Farai Charamba: THE INTERVIEW Junior doctors at some public hospitals this week went on strike to protest uncertainty over their placement upon completion of their internship, on-call all...
This picture collage (from top left, clockwise) shows Jokomera's widow, apostolic sect members praying for the deceased four family members shortly after the tragedy, coffins bearing the bodies of the deceased and mourners following proceedings at the funeral

Budiriro tragedy: Family relives ordeal

Leroy Dzenga Features Writer News earlier this week that a man and his three sons suffocated to death in a well in Budiriro, Harare, was received with shock and trepidation as people could not come t...
Donald Trump

Dysfunction in the White House

Lawrence Davidson Correspondent There is something both horrifying and fascinating about the behaviour of President Trump, as we watch him fail to cope with — or perhaps even recognise — the differen...
Grain, which is considered dry enough, is loaded into a temporary holding structure until threshing time

Farmers must avoid post-harvest losses

Sydney Kawadza Senior Features Writer That Zimbabwe is headed for a bumper harvest after receiving favourable rains in the 2016 /17 agricultural season is a fact. Farmers can go on top of the mountai...

My first taste of boarding school life

Isdore Guvamombe Reflections It was my first night at St Anne’s Goto High School. Everything was unusual. Senior boys moved from one dormitory to the other helping themselves to any newcomer’s food t...