Black athletes and the mother thing

Ishmael Reed Correspondent The storytelling tradition in North America dates back thousands of years, yet American school books begin with the literature of the Puritans, a dark literature of the End...

Reflecting on the liberation struggle

Isdore Guvamombe Reflections BACK in the village in the land of milk, honey and dust or Guruve, moonlight slanted down through the leaves and blossoms of the thicket, making whimsical coloured patter...
Minister Chinamasa

Exchange control law must be tightened

Zvamaida Murwira Mr Speaker Sir Government’s decision to gazette regulations criminalising cash vending without being licensed by exchange control authorities, require further tightening to close pos...
Morgan Tsvangirai

Opposition alliance reflects failed politics

Bevan Musoko Correspondent These are indeed interesting times when calls for unity among Zimbabwe’s opposition political parties turn out to be the cause of disunity and acrimony. In normal political...
The Multi-Barrel Mushroom Cultivation Flood and Drain system will revolutionise mushroom production

Bringing innovation into mushroom farming

Leroy Dzenga  Features Writer The emergence of technology solutions and methods has given agriculture a different facet. Systems have over recent years been invented to ease the prediction processes,...
Dr Lehohla

SA skills-hungry‚ says statistics chief

Durban. — South Africa is a skills-hungry country‚ says statistician general Dr Pali Lehohla. He told a gathering at the Southern Sun Elangeni & Maharani in Durban recently that the country was f...

Africa behind on employment, connectivity

While an increase in mobile and internet penetration in certain African countries is boosting trade in telecommunications and e-commerce, mobile connectivity is not robust enough and employment in sp...