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Itai Chipunza IN the world around us there is something as common as the air we breathe. It is so common people don’t even pay attention to it. If you take some time to look around you with a keen eye, only then will you notice it. I summarised it in a simple phrase, “white elephants”. ...

Charles Dube SUDDENLY, it is tasks everywhere. All subjects now have tasks forcing all learners to engage in some kind of research from the primary school levels of education to high school. ...

Lovert Mafukure A friend of mine reckons the driving school should teach people how to drive in wet weather. I reckon he is right because perhaps then we may get better less confused drivers. Accidents happen but we tend to see more of them in wet weather. Some rules are written and some are left to common sense but common sense isn’t common after all. ...

Micheal Mhlanga We meet yet again on a Sunday. Like most that we have shared on this column, this one is no different from the rest, we continue to interact on issues you and me encounter in this journey called life. ...

President Mugabe speaking at the recently held Youth Interface in White City stadium, Bulawayo An article headlined; Zimbabwe: The opposition’s urban voter problem, published in the website, africanarguments.org, adds to the strong view that the opposition MDC T and its allies no longer have a stronghold on urban voters as was the case at the turn of the new millennium....

Cde Peter Ndebele IN our Lest We Forget column we continue our interview with former Zipra regional commander for Hwange, Tsholotsho and Victoria Falls areas and later on Zipra Deputy Chief of Reconnaissance Cde Peter Ndebele whose pseudo name was Cde Todd Mpisi. ...

Kwame Nkrumah Pofela Ndzozi In the beginning there were people, the people were Africans, and the Africans were thinkers. ...

Former Vice- President Emmerson Mnangagwa  Ranga Mataire OUSTED former Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s political career could be over as he appears to have little chance of bouncing back after his spectacular fallout with long-standing ally President Robert Mugabe, analysts said last week. ...

Pathisa Nyathi WHEN Reverend Robert Moffat visited King Mzilikazi kaMatshobana in 1835 the king and his followers had moved their seat of power from Mhlahlandlela in present day Hammaskral, not far from the Aapies River which runs through Pretoria. The new royal town was at Egabheni, the village which was established between the Marico and Crocodile rivers. ...

Makhosini Hlongwane Raisedon Baya ON 2 November, and less than a month after his mandate was extended to include arts and culture, Honourable Makhosini Hlongwane met artistes in Bulawayo and this happened a day after meeting Harare artistes. ...