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Tine Mataz WHEN I think of endometriosis, the first word that comes to mind is pain. In the weeks before, we learned about the symptoms and a lot of them are pain related. This week’s article is about ways we can manage pain at home before we go to the ER. I will also explain what the “spoon theory” as it is a great way to manage pain. ...

Lovert Mafukure It’s a norm to see accidents every time there’s a rain drop or two. It’s as if people become confused when the rains come down. ...

Charles Dube LAST week’s discussion ended with a promise to add more points on ways learners can be successful in school and that is what follows: Learners should avoid blame games. They should not blame others. Experts say the key to developing resilience is to take full responsibility for your life. This means that you refuse to blame others for anything that is going...

Itai Chipunza Genesis 14 verse 13 A MAN who had escaped came and reported this to Abram the Hebrew. Now Abram was living near the great trees of Mamre the Amorite, a brother of Eshkol and Aner, all of whom were allied with Abram. ...

The announcement by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor Dr John Mangudya that the Government is putting in place measures to curb multi-pricing is a welcome move. ...

Rogers “Alfred Nikita” Mangena Nduduzo Tshuma THE late former Zipra commanders Rogers Alfred Nikita Mangena and Lookout Vumindaba Khalisabantu Mafela Masuku among other commanders contributed immensely into building Zapu military wing, Zipra into a mean machine. ...

Kwame Nkrumah Richard Runyararo Mahomva As pointed out in last week’s instalment; it’s also worth mentioning again that the month of February affords pan-Africanists, nationalists, other proponents of Pro-Black redemptive thinking and ardent readers of this column an opportunity to reflect on the fundamental philosophical essence of reclaiming the densities of Blackness....

Pathisa Nyathi CORONATION of a kind was a drawn out process that embraced cultural, social, military, administrative and indeed, economic aspects. The nation which had been in bereavement was wiping off tears as the ruling house regenerated/extended itself. A few years ago we saw how a certain Nyathi man, whose progeny is now resident at Bhekeni Line in Ntabazinduna,...

Cherifa Sururu After finishing Ordinary levels in the small farming town of Karoi, my friend Jimmy and I were amongst the very few who had obtained grades good enough to proceed for Advanced Levels. Jimmy was a very close friend of mine. We were of the same age and shared the same cultural and social background. We had known each other since we were toddlers. We were...

Raisedon Baya IT is now an expected ritual that every time the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe announces its National Arts Merits Awards (Namas) nominees list there is an outcry from some disgruntled artistes that think they should have been part of the list. Blinded by anger they attempt to tear the awards apart — nitpicking and finding fault with everything. Fortunately,...