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Peter Matika Senior Leisure Reporter IT is in almost every suburbanite’s stereotypical upbringing to never consider taking up a career in farming, let alone live in a rural setup, far away from the so-called “luxurious urban lights”. ...

Pabalelo Tlou Sunday Leisure Reporter THE Visual Artists Association of Bulawayo (VAAB) has invited visual artists in Bulawayo to participate in this year’s edition of the annual VAAB exhibition. The exhibition is expected to begin on 28 August at the National Art Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ) in Bulawayo and will run for three days. ...

Vincent Gono  Magazine Editor ONE of Zimbabwe’s renowned custodians of history and scholar, Pathisa Nyathi has written to the effect of pointing out that, a man without history is like a tree without roots and to neglect history is as good as leaving one’s self and posterity unprotected. ...

Raisedon Baya Arts Focus THE Plan High Schools Drama Competition was inaugurated in 2010 and the first competition attracted 16 schools from within Bulawayo Metropolitan Province. ...

Busie Mtshede BECAUSE I am a woman, I have got fears, fear for myself, fears for my loved ones, fears for my future and the fear of being misunderstood. The most common fear I believe everyone can relate to is the fear of the unknown. What might come, what the future holds, what’s out there, ...

Pathisa Nyathi Cultural Heritage At 9.45am Marieke Clarke and I jump on to the Virgin train at Oxford. We are headed for Coventry City to the north where we are to meet with Mrs Kathleen Hawkins, a 98-year-old lady living in retirement in the old city that was the target of German airborne attacks during World War II. ...

Christopher Mlalazi Lighterside A FEW days ago I was surprised to find myself marvelling at an insect perched on my bathroom window. I don’t know the name or type of insect but it was obviously tiny, green and had long legs. ...

Peter Matika How to get stylish WITH the constant change in weather it has become so much of a cumbersome activity to decide what to wear in the morning. One minute it’s cold the next minute it’s hot . . . it feels as though Mother Nature is playing games with us. ...

Charles Dube Highway to Success JOSEPH Takundwa proves beyond doubt that he is materialistic. He forces his daughter Sofia to take up a job at Nyati’s office against her wish. He is excited when he hears that she would be paid nine thousand dollars. He says it’s a chance that should never be missed and jobs are the most difficult thing to find in the country at that...

Rev Paul Damasane Talking Spirituality I ended last week’s treatise on the Late Father Zimbabwe with a song that I realise was largely known yet equally controversial. The toyi toyi chant was in my analysis a thoroughly spiritual piece whose attention was not at the real testicle of the Boer but symbolised what everyman’s person and being is. When kings went out to...