Macheke farmer Jonathan Chatiza (centre), his wife  Ndaizivei Gwere (left) and their daughter Pauline take a look at the tobacco crop at the official opening of the tobacco selling season at Boka Auction Floors in Harare on Wednesday. — Picture by Justin Mutenda

Optimism as tobacco selling season opens

Leroy Dzenga Features Writer The tobacco selling season is on and there has been a trace of optimism in the farmers. Generous downpours and input assistance from Government have seen the quality of t...

Walking in Spirit: Spiritual nourishment

Matthew 4 vs 4; Jesus answered, “It is written: Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God.” The food you eat pretty much determines the state of your well-...
Laurent Gbagbo

The legislation of imperial arrogance

Boubacar Boris Diop Correspondent The man stares intensely into the camera, an unflinching gaze conveying toughness and resolve. Yet somehow he also looks meek, tame almost, like a cowering wild beas...
The bulk of tobacco produced in Zimbabwe is exported in semi-processed form

E-marketing’s appropriateness

Yvonne Mutava The 2017 tobacco marketing season started yesterday on the auction floors and only commences today on the contract floors, and this is for a reason.
Stephen Sackur

Mujuru interviews: The Agenda

Hildegarde The Arena — By end of day Monday, my adrenalin was pumping. It wasn’t as if I wanted to be a prisoner of former Vice President Joice Mujuru’s project, but I felt that things were not...