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Time to embrace lost sheep

The Arena Hildegarde

Questions abound. The on-going Anglican Church saga: is it a matter of contemporary Christian faith mirroring the nature of the body of Christ in Zimb...

When an operation go rogue

The Arena Hildegarde

We are slowly being turned into a generator nation, including an economy powered by generators. Walk around Harare’s Central Business District and y...

Myths, facts and sanctions

A fortnight ago, I had the privilege of listening to a presentation by Bishop Trevor Manhanga at the Lead Zimbabwe Conference. The presentation, titled “The Zimbabwe we want economically”, challen...

Superstorm Sandy: Lessons for Zim

The Arena Hildegarde
WE have since the past week watched as mother nature, through a devastating Hurricane Sandy, pounded the Caribbean Islands (Cuba, Haiti, the Dominican ...

Still keeping you spiritually connected

THE first instalment of Divine Appointments titled “Keeping you spiritually connected” was published in The Herald on July 14, 2010. In that piece we defined the goals and objectives of this ope...

Gaddafi: A dead man walking

The Arena Hildegarde
Maybe, I should have called it “When a dead man has the last laugh”, but since he is dead, let him be a dead man walking. He has been dead one year, bu...

Celebrating Lord’s divine appointments

WE celebrate the lives of two won­derful women, mothers, wives, leaders and sisters in Christ who were trans­lated to glory last week Saturday, and on Tuesday.
Mama Betty Kaunda, wife of th...

Marriage, politics, the blame game

The Arena Hildegarde
In the book of Proverbs 1:20-22, King Solomon says, “Wisdom calls aloud in the street, she raises her voice in the public squares; at the head of the n...

Knowing moments that matter

A WISE person knows that every moment has a different value. Only a fool assumes that every day is the same as yesterday. A dog is well known for running up and down while barking yet a lion is ...

Marikana mine: 3 minutes of horror

KATSHA-A! katsha-a! katsha-a! katsha-a! Last Thursday, the sound of the FN or whatever assault rifle went on and on, amid shouts and screams, and in three or four minutes dozens of people lay on...