Features, Opinion & Analysis

6 days ago | September 14, 2018

Stop this charade, Chamisa

The July 30 harmonised elections are now water under the bridge and the swearing- in of the new Cabinet and ...

Student who shone

Never look down upon yourself, where there is a dream, there is success and where there is success there is no limit. ...

Capacity development: Key to achieving sustainable results

The tone for business in the Second Republic, explicitly not business as usual, was set in earnest following the ...

Participatory approach the way to go for farmers

A stranger enters the room, from another world, and tells a long-time team to do things differently.

Respecting Zimbabwe, Aretha Franklin

The African world is 48 hours removed from our Queen of Soul, Sister Aretha Franklin’s tribute at the end of Black Girls ...

How to keep cholera at bay

Cholera is a diarrhoeal disease that is caused by the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. Cases of cholera are on the increase in ...

7 days ago | September 13, 2018

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Let’s give new Finance chief all the support

President Mnangagwa’s hunt for perfect men and women to help him deliver a prosperous Zimbabwe to the people ended on ...

Identify national question for Second Republic

Zimbabwe, like many other countries, has gone through different phases in its development as people seek to chart a path ...

Brain stimulation therapy comes to Zim

Sessions of magnetic brain stimulation therapy lasting just over 20 to 30 minutes per day significantly reduce ...

India has highest number of female pilots in world

NEW DELHI. — When Shweta Singh wanted to become a pilot in India 20 years ago, she had to first persuade her parents to ...

A new day (and Cabinet) is upon us

I used to think that ministers were indispensable professionals; that Cabinet was a club where individuals meet to ...

Hoping for a better Xmas . . .

The excitement over the appointment of a new cleaner, leaner and energetic Cabinet is still upon us and the champagne ...

New Cabinet reflects leader who puts country before party

Cabinet choices are critical to the success or failure of any government. The government should operate for the people ...

Political will can spur agricultural research

The meeting between President Mnangagwa and International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre (CIMMYT) director-general ...

Informal markets key in shaping country’s knowledge agenda

The world over, many resources are spent on conferences, agricultural shows and summits like the recent Forum on ...