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I WATCHED with awe as the Catholics in Italy summoned their strength and pushed aside their not- so-Christian behaviour to gather in procession as they celebrated Palm Sunday in their grandiose cathedrals. Here in Milano it ...

A number of African countries Zimbabwe included are classified as resource rich with those resources being minerals such as gold, copper and diamonds. Despite having such an array of wealth, most African countries are still regarded as poor and that has been attributed to the failure to take charge of those ...

Feature Vusumuzi Dube “The advent of national Independence ushered in far reaching reforms in education and training based on the development needs and goals of the new dispensation which included democratisation and expansion of the provisions of education.” The above statement was part of the foreword of the famous ...

Robin Muchetu Senior Reporter THE female condom (FC2) has been very unpopular with women as compared to its male version which has been distributed in bulk in Zimbabwe. However, some enterprising hairdressers have given it a new lease of life by using its oily lubricant as hair moisturiser. The abundance of the female ...

Donald Saddam Mushaikwa President Mugabe recently lamented moral decadence in the Zimbabwean society, especially in the Pentecostal churches — a scenario which has left many worried! One editor once said: “Zimbabweans are very good people, but they can be very mean; especially if you mess around with their national treasures”. ...

The scramble for limited resources from Treasury by different Government arms has led to complaints and accusations over the distribution of funds meant to support service provision. This has been seen in many ministries with quite a number of institutions all seeking to dip their fingers into the ...

Opinion Cont Mhlanga IF the reversal of the acquisition of Maleme Ranch announced by VP Phelekezela Mphoko last Sunday was an isolated incident in the region, I would have celebrated hands up with the locals at Maleme, but alas it is not. I will only celebrate fully when the Public Service arrogance that is centralised in ...

Cultural Heritage Pathisa Nyathi On several occasions whenever Veronique Attala and I met she always insisted that we go to Amagugu International Heritage Centre (AIHC). The purpose of our visit was to construct a miniature Ndebele hut. At the Centre there is a full size hut umkulu which we use as a teaching resource for the ...

IT is surprising that the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture, Cde Andrew Langa, seems to continue absolving the Zifa board led by the beleaguered Cuthbert Dube of any blame on the shameful banning of our beloved Warriors from the ...

Rev Paul Bayethe Damasane Talking Spiritually I HAD the blessing of witnessing the funeral rites of a 102-year-old artist who went to join his forefathers last Sunday and was buried beside a dam in the lush green lands of Tengenenge in Guruve! It was a time of celebrating an artist ...