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Nelson Chamisa Micheal Mhlanga A classical twist of narrative took centre stage this past week. What some literature fanatics would call a humdinger of events revealed the true colours of failed leadership and a distant imitation of who a “leader” aspires to be. ...

Cetshwayo Mabhena That all human beings are political animals is a message that was generated and circulated as mighty wisdom by Aristotle. ...

Itai Chapunza SOME things are not new in the Christian world. One of those things that have got boringly old is the following statement. One of the ways to trigger God to empower you financially is by giving. Simple thing, but a good number of Christians still struggle with it. Giving should be done scripturally, this way, if you don’t see results, you can go to God...

Charles Dube LAST week we traced the theme of courtship from a traditional perspective. We saw Shamiso through the influence of her sister keeping Clopas waiting, not knowing whether his proposal to Shamiso would be successful. He kept writing letters one after the other demanding replies from Shamiso. Shamiso’s sister kept on telling her to wait. She gave her advice...

ROAD crashes are becoming a global health crisis and, as such, require comprehensive measures to prevent them, including a better understanding of the social impacts of road-related deaths and injuries. ...

President Mnangagwa HE Emmerson D Mnangagwa Zimbabwe aspires to be an upper middle-income economy with a per capita income of US$3 500 by 2030. ...

President Mnangagwa THE Sunday News will from this week be publishing parts of the Transitional Stabilisation Programme Reforms Agenda to conscientise the public on the Government’s new economic trajectory. ...

Pathisa Nyathi AN important idea or concept is, in the African context, expressed in more than one art form. In Sculpture as in Architecture, the same idea may be expressed. It may also be expressed in dance or song. The arts have that capacity to express in a more acceptable way that which, in moral terms, is taboo. Art negotiates the treacherous moral and ethical terrain....

Micheal Mhlanga Politicians seeking office make promises. This is presumably done in the belief that such promises will alter voters’ beliefs about the policies the politician will implement if elected and about the capabilities of the politician. The flip side of the coin is that these promises, if not accurately and independently analysed, may later come back to haunt...