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LOOKING BACK

2 days ago | April 6, 2020

Africans urged to develop own music

ATTACKING “pop” music because, he said, “it distracts people from thinking”, a Highfield African priest yesterday called ...

5 days ago | April 3, 2020

$226m spent on drought relief

Government spent over Z$226 million on the drought relief programme between July last year and February this year, Vice ...

1 week ago | March 30, 2020

Herald Editors down the years

The Herald, October, 1992 THE HERALD has had 14 Editors since 1892 – from the self-made, all rounder William ...

2 weeks ago | March 26, 2020

Salisbury to mount war on measles

The Herald, 13 May, 1981 MEASLES has claimed the lives of 15 children under the age of five in Salisbury so far this ...

2 weeks ago | March 25, 2020

Metropolitan Bank launches telephone banking system

The Herald, March 16 2000 Metropolitan Bank of Zimbabwe scored a first last night by launching a telephone banking ...

2 weeks ago | March 24, 2020

National dress makes its debut

INDEPENDENCE will not only mark the birth of the new Republic of Zimbabwe, it could mark the beginning of cultural ...

2 weeks ago | March 23, 2020

Mother shows her reading progress

The Herald, 22 March, 1980 The Governor’s wife, Lady Soames yesterday visited the Kambuzuma welfare offices in Salisbury ...

3 weeks ago | March 20, 2020

Looking Back: UK teacher is told to leave Rhodesia

The Rhodesia Herald, 18 June 1975 THE Government has refused to renew the work permit of an Englishman who has been ...

3 weeks ago | March 19, 2020

Major role for women graduates

IF Zimbabwe’s women graduates ever doubted their worth, they were given ample reassurance of the role they had to play ...

3 weeks ago | March 17, 2020

Women continue economic struggle

WHEN a group of ordinary market women, concerned about the exploitation of women traders, met in the early 1950s to set ...

3 weeks ago | March 16, 2020

What men can do, women can do better

IF there is any one male chauvinist who still thinks the bedroom is the right place for women, then he should go back to ...

4 weeks ago | March 13, 2020

Triumphant Shirley: Now she is aiming for the world

STANDING backstage at last Friday’s Miss Zimbabwe finals, Shirley Richard Nyanyiwa listened tensely to the results being ...

Triumphant Shirley: Now she is aiming for the world

The Herald, 19 September 1980 STANDING backstage at last Friday’s Miss Zimbabwe finals, Shirley Richard Nyanyiwa ...

4 weeks ago | March 12, 2020

Refugees rejoice on eve of return to homes

THE experience is as tangible as the dust here today as 1 000 Rhodesian war refugees prepare to return to their homeland ...

4 weeks ago | March 11, 2020

Middle East peace hope as Suez Canal reopens

THE Suez Canal reopened yesterday after eight years, and as Egypt’s President Anwar el-Sadat sailed along the waterway, ...