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Zimbabwe has a strong and long-standing commitment to the development of a prosperous and confident knowledge-based society as often expounded by President Robert Mugabe. ...

Cde Jack Mpofu. IN our Lest We Forget column today we continue our interview with former Zipra instructor, camp commander and a member of the High Command Cde Jack Mpofu. ...

Cetshwayo Mabhena I found my sorry self in the unenviable position of addressing the Pharisees of quality and standards in South African higher education. ...

Donkeys being fattened for slaughter at a plot in Manningdale recently Vincent Gono, Features Editor DONKEYS are crucial for the survival of so many African families, especially in rural communities where they are commonly used as animals of burden. ...

Oriental Pearl Tower in Shanghai Robin Muchetu, Senior Reporter Ni Hao (Hello)! ...

Richard Mahomva I concluded the virgin instalment of this series by stressing that Zimbabwe is in a state of extreme ideological altercations and that the broad base of these lodgments of divergence around nationhood transcends the oversimplification of the fight between Zanu-PF and its beleaguered opposition. ...

Thupeyo Muleya, Beitbridge Bureau THE urban sprawl that sits astride the Limpopo River between Zimbabwe and South Africa should be considered a single city when it comes to urban renewal and development. ...

Raisedon Baya IN an environment where our governments, both national and local, do not financially support arts and culture and where most international funders/donors have pulled out of the sector; in an environment where the corporate sector hardly supports anything artistic outside the capital city, also not forgetting the current economic situation — where there...

Lovert Mafukure Back to our garage tales: The client said his car was boiling! Knowing exactly what he was talking about we ran the engine for a while then switched it off. ...

Micheal Mhlanga With an inescapable truth that elections will happen next year, political parties are taking turns to court the young vote and the student vote. ...