Andrew Chikomba

Green energy inspires young entrepreneur

Ruth Butaumocho : Gender Editor When Andrew Chikomba lost his job at African Sun Limited after the group embarked on a restructuring exercise in 2011, his life took a dramatic turn. With his wedding ...
A member of the Johane Masowe eChishanu UK

Masowe eChishanu goes gaga

Ruth Butaumocho : Gender Editor Are you among the people who badly want to join the apostolic sect, but the idea of abandoning your hairstyle in favour of bald head or short hair just freaks you out?...
Students and head of ICT department with copies of donated books

Hauna’s own Florence Nightingale

Ruth Butaumocho Gender Profile When she left for the United Kingdom in 1998, Linda Satimburwa did not forget the trials and tribulations that her people back home in Hauna, Honde Valley in Manicaland...
Barbara Mzembi

‘Anybody can be patron for a pageant’

The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority and several stakeholders have in the last few years embarked on a number of strategies to market Zimbabwe as a destination of choice to thousands of regional and intern...
Ishmael Mutilamanja shows some of his products

Young entrepreneur defines own territory

Ruth Butaumocho : Gender Profile People often say growing up in a small town has its own challenges, however, enterprising individuals are often not deterred by the geographical disadvantage, but str...
Dzidzai Sithole at the première of “Deception”

Dzidzai paving her way into hall of fame

Ruth Butaumocho : Gender Profile Forget about Sophie Ndaba’s antics as Queen Moroka in “Generations” and the bubbly personality she displays whenever the cameras roll on her. You will find the same i...
Bundle of joy . . . Lilian at the quadruplets residence in Waterfalls recently

When philanthropy becomes a passion

Ruth  Butaumocho : Gender Editor Spotting a trendy weave, long suede boots and a black biker to complete her modest attire, Lilian Choruwa- Chambuka is pimped up as if she is set for the ramp. With h...
Grant Mhuriengwe (right) with part of the ZimFamily Reunion Trust

Tugging on the ties that bind . . .

Ruth Butaumocho Gender Editor Grant Mhuriyengwe was young when his father abandoned the family, leaving him in the care of his mother. Yearning to establish how his father had been faring after aband...

Women offering new political dispensation

Ruth Butaumocho Gender Editor On July 20, 1960 Sirimavo Bandaranaike gained global fame for Sri Lanka when she became the world’s first woman prime minister. It is said that the British press had to ...