Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus

WHO: It’s time for Africa to get hands on

Oyewale Tomori Correspondent New World Health Organisation (WHO) Director-General Dr Tedros Ghebreyesus has already drawn up a list of things to do. The former Ethiopian health minister wants the org...
Bazangenzani is a common Ndebele name for dogs. It is a defiant statement against perceived enemies

The names we give to our dogs, children

David Mungoshi Shelling the Nuts Some 20 or so years ago, a man who did the grounds at our family property generated endless mirth for us because of the way he related to Togo, the dog. Togo had this...
Morgan Tsvangirai

Who is killing democracy in Zimbabwe?

Lawson Mabhena Assistant News Editor To serve as a credible alternative to the ruling government: That is the purpose of opposition political parties. Well, at least according to the African Democrat...

Hope for fistula survivors

Julia Mugadzaweta Features Correspondent Eunice Chitombo of Makonde in Mashonaland West Province became pregnant at 16. Like many fistula survivors, she had a horrendous and long labour, and, tragica...

Floods: Villagers still need assistance

Leroy Dzenga Features Reporter Zimbabwe, like the whole of Southern Africa, suffered the effects of Cyclone La Nina and the predicted Cyclone Dineo in the same period spelt doom for the country. Cycl...

The staying above formula

And God said unto Jacob, Arise, go up to Bethel, and dwell there: and make there an altar unto God, that appeared unto thee when thou fleddest from the face of Esau thy brother( Genesis 35:1). There ...
Ravi Zacharias

Why science has not buried God

Stanely Mushava Literature Today Kendrick Lamar threatens to gather world religions into one church service and rap logic into their heads but Ravi Zacharias has already beaten him to it. The highly ...
Tour operators should not abuse the extension of the suspension of customs duty on motor vehicles they import by Government, by ensuring that they adhere to the dictates of the instrument

Sustainable tourism for development

Bishow Parajuli Special Correspondent The United Nations General Assembly designated 2017 the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development. In line with the global designation, Zimbabwe ...

E-books make reading easy

Christopher Farai Charamba The Reader Technology has changed the way the world works. Some might argue for the better, making things more convenient. At the touch of a button one can know what the we...

Africom explores information security

Features Correspondent Information is one of the prestigious assets an organisation can possess. What is information security? The words are simple, self-explanatory but a broad meaning can be drawn ...
Nyau dancers, donning their masquerade costumes, draw large crowds during their performances mostly in high-density suburbs and mining communities

The many faces of Nyau/Gule

Sydney Kawadza Senior Features Writer Traditional dancers known as Nyau/Gule are associated with myth, mysticism and mystery. Tales told from experience, perceived or real, make the nyau/gule dancers...