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The Deputy Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing, Cde Joe Biggie Matiza (right) assists Chief Jahana put on his gown during his installation at his Gwamanyanga homestead, Debshan Ranch, Insiza District recently Pathisa Nyathi THIS article is a sequel to the earlier one on the chiefly institution with particular reference to the heyday of the Ndebele...

Cde Jason Moyo Rtd Brig Abel Mazinyane I FIRST met Jason Ziyaphapha Moyo (JZ Makhokhoba) in 1970 in Lusaka Zambia. At that time Zapu was led by James Dambadza Chikerema, George Nyandoro, TG Silundika, Edward Ndlovu and JZ. ...

Cde Winter Johanne Ncube IN recognition of the efforts played by our heroes in the fight against the racist Ian Smith regime we continue with our articles on freedom fighters who survived dangerous situations during the armed struggle. The articles are focused on those who were deployed to the front and operated as field commanders. ...

Chief Charumbira Vusumuzi Dube ALTHOUGH they have not earned recognition through the country’s laws, they are slowly gaining popularity in urban areas and have the same traditional roles as their rural counterparts — they are urban chiefs, a not-so-familiar leader in Zimbabwe. ...

The late Vice President Dr Joshua Nkomo HE was reported by the Rhodesian Press as being the first “native millionaire” and was the first transport operator to bring a diesel-powered bus to the Matabeleland region. ...

Winos Dube Vusumuzi Dube SIXTY-two-year-old Mr Jabulani Zulu has been a resident of Bulawayo’s oldest suburb, Makokoba, for more than 50 years. He has seen it all – since his schooling days, the days of the liberation struggle, his adult working life and right up until now when he has ...

Tinomuda Chakanyuka Sunday News Reporter THIRTY-YEAR-OLD Mr Fortune Siziba from Zvishavane District under Chief Mapanzure’s area in the Midlands Province experienced a dramatic, yet saddening shift in his life after accidentally falling into a 24-metre deep pit while herding cattle in 2001. ...

Dr Sikhanyiso Duke Ndlovu A LOT has been said and written about corruption and in some cases out of context. According to the Oxford dictionary, corruption means “dishonest, accepting bribes, immoral, wicked, and decaying . . . to cause to become dishonest or immoral; to persuade to accept bribes”. ...

Julius Nyerere Saul Gwakuba Ndlovu MAY 25, 2014, is the fifty-first anniversary of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) now called the African Union (AU). Inaugurated in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the pan-African body brought together leaders of a wide range of ideological persuasion. ...

Vusumuzi Dube AS journalists one of our main goals is to listen to what people say and come up with a good article for the front page of the newspaper, the headline of the evening bulletin or even attract ...