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Arts Focus NEWS of the opening of the airwaves with Bulawayo’s public getting a chance to meet and interrogate the three radio stations that are vying for the sole licence to operate a commercial radio station in the city on a date to be advised were long overdue. We hope the postponement of ...

Cultural Heritage Pathisa Nyathi OUR luxury coach leaves Gloucester Green in Oxford promptly at 10am. Yvonne Cassim, Marieke Clerke and I are headed for Milton Keynes to the north of Oxford where we have been attending a Britain Zimbabwe Society (BZS) Research Day meeting at St Antony’s College ...

Talking Spiritually Rev Paul Bayethe Damasane I DID promise you dear reader that this week we would like to venture into the realm that is not so commonly discussed in a positive manner till recently. I am sure you are getting through the major hurdles of understanding the current movement in the spiritual realms. If Jesus ...

THE convening of a meeting of Cabinet ministers yesterday to tackle the slow pace of development in Matabeleland is a welcome development and a clear indication that the national leadership of the country is taking problems facing the region seriously. ...

Cultural Heritage AFTER fifty three instalments we today come to the end of the articles on the Matobo Cultural Landscape. Of late we have been dealing with African spirituality, or more specifically that of the BaKalanga and related groups. We end this series on a spiritual note by observing the ...

Talking Spiritually IT does not cease to surprise and leave me in awe to realise just how much we use language in the house of God to lead the congregants to a point of destiny. Needless to say that the Apostle Paul aptly states it in his epistles that he “. . . did not come (to the church) with cunningly ...

Highway to Success SOFIA first met Nyati when he came to her father’s house in Mufakose. She tells us that right from the beginning, she could not help but notice that the fat man exerted an overwhelming influence on her father. Nyati made it clear to Joseph Takundwa that he did not know that ...

OVER the last few years, the country has witnessed an unprecedented rise in the volume of vehicular traffic on the roads which has also increased road carnage and caused traffic jams in major towns and cities. ...

The fight against the HIV and Aids pandemic has come a long way globally and it has cleared many hurdles even locally where the stigma associated with the condition is slowly wearing off. However, while world leaders urging action towards reduction of infection are largely men, ...

TO many, the small town of Chiredzi in Masvingo Province does not have much significance save for the huge sugar cane plantations and hot weather conditions. However, to those who have been resident in this sugar cane-rich town for the better part of their lives or those entering ...