2017: A year for the history books

4 months ago | January 4, 2018

2017: A year for the history books

Farirai Machivenyika My Speaker Sir Mr Speaker Sir, as we begin 2018, let’s start by looking at some of the events that ...

4 months ago | December 25, 2017

The bloody reverse hate of a telling tribalist

Reason Wafawarova Correspondent In a piece titled “The Bloody End of Crocodile Politics,” one acerbic writer by the name ...

4 months ago | December 21, 2017

Saludos, merci Gen Chiwenga!

The Arena Hildegarde ONE of the famous quotes attributed to Catholic nun Mother Theresa is, “Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow ...

4 months ago | December 16, 2017

‘Thank you for the trust, confidence’ ED

Takunda Maodza New Editor—- President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday thanked congress for confirming him as President and First Secretary of zanu-pf and endorsing his presidential candidature ...

5 months ago | November 24, 2017

G40 cabal was on self-enriching crusade

Herald Reporters The bubble finally burst for G40 members who have been on a self-enriching crusade using their ...

7 months ago | September 27, 2017

Youths benefit from Presidential inputs scheme

Blessings Chidakwa Midlands Bureau Youths from the Midlands Province have benefited from Command Agriculture programme ...

8 months ago | September 5, 2017

African chrome fields to commission $15m plant

Taurai Mangudhla in Kwekwe AFRICAN Chrome Fields (ACF) is set to commission a $15 million state-of-the-art ...

VP Mphoko launches national ID programme for Tsholotsho

Pamela Shumba Senior Reporter— Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko has reiterated the importance of assisting villagers in Tsholotsho acquire identity particulars, saying it is part of the ...

10 months ago | July 1, 2017

Command Agric beautiful: President

Tichaona Zindoga and George Maponga in MASVINGO President Mugabe yesterday described Government’s Special Maize Programme for Import Substitution, also known as Command Agriculture, as a ...

10 months ago | June 27, 2017

Gen Chiwenga reads riot act •Warns anti-Command Agric lobby •Security services aware of saboteurs

Mabasa Sasa Editor, Sunday Mail— THE nonsensical behaviour by turncoat Government officials who attack State programmes like Command Agriculture can no longer be tolerated and must stop, ...