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Pathisa Nyathi Cultural Heritage BELIEF in traditional doctors was pervasive among African societies in the days gone by before Christianity supplanted its own belief systems. Royal courts had sections reserved for the traditional doctors who attended to the health needs of the monarch but more importantly to provide fortification of the king and the country and his ...

Auntie Charity THIS week I was asked to write about what makes a marriage work. I would like to write about what makes a successful marriage,  but unfortunately, I do not know the answer. All I know is what a working marriage looks like, which is a different thing. The first thing to say about “happy marriages” is that I doubt there are many of ...

Peter Matika IF you haven’t noticed or own a single piece of the latest trend in accessories – fashion beads, which almost everyone across the country, if not the globe is wearing then you must be living in a vacuum. ...

Bruce Chimani Sunday Leisure Correspondent HER soothing sweet mellow voice, coupled with a majestic and alluring stage presence iced with energetic dance moves mesmerised the audience at the Shangano Arts and Culture Festival, held in Lupane recently. ...

Thobekisiwe Gumede  Sunday Leisure Reporter WHEN people talk of comedy in general, grandmasters of the genre such as Bill Cosby, Mr Bean, Eddie Murphy, Key and Peele all from America come to mind. The connection of such names is that they have managed to popularise the art genre to where it is it today and perhaps managed to earn not just an honest but also a ...

Christopher Mlalazi Lighterside I ONCE wanted to be a scientist. That was before I went for primary school. Please don’t get me wrong, I didn’t dream of being a scientist when I grew up, but I wanted to be a kindergarten one. ...

Bruce Chimani Sunday Leisure Correspondent THE Contemporary Affairs Foundation (CAF) has launched the Zimbabwe Schools Debate Championships (ZSDC), which is an elite high schools debate competition targeting at least 20 schools from across the country. ...

Peter Matika  Senior Leisure Reporter A SOUTH Africa based Zimbabwean born musician has released a sizzling six-track album, titled Vuk’zenzele, which is reportedly rocking the airwaves in that country. The musician, Givemore Nkiwane, was born in Silobela but has been based in South Africa for the past couple of years in pursuit of his musical career. ...

Ngqwele Dube Sunday Leisure Correspondent SETTING foot into Elliot Phiri’s living room in Bulawayo’s Magwegwe North suburb, you are immediately greeted with a public address sound system nestled on the left corner while on the far left there is a drum kit stashed under a room divider but is visible to the eye. ...

Peter Matika Senior Leisure Reporter GRIEVING the loss of a loved one can be a lengthy process and it’s different for everyone, even when the cause of the grief is the same. After a death, a house that previously offered many comforts can create complex sorrows, because the home has been forever changed. ...