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Cultural Heritage Pathisa Nyathi BEFORE we deal with the roof of an Ndebele hut, especially with regard to how it was crafted, let us deal with an inquiry that we received from one of the readers of this column. Last week we referred to the use of stone as an expression of eternity. This was in contrast to the use of wood and grass that are ...

Saul Gwakuba Ndlovu CASES of suicide are certainly increasing in Zimbabwe as they now seem to spread to the country’s universities where at least two such incidents have occurred in the recent past. In one such case, a student stipulated in writing in the form of a will that his body should be cremated and the ashes should be ...

Dr Sikhanyiso Duke Ndlovu STUDENTS take the whole year studying and an hour’s examination can change the student’s whole life positively or negatively. ...

Feature Munyaradzi Musiiwa A SOMBRE atmosphere engulfed the Shurugwi community when a Gokwe-bound Zupco bus plunged headlong into a gorge before being submerged and swept away after the road carved into an over-flowing river at Musavezi Bridge ...

THERE is a growing dangerous perception that industry is completely dead in Bulawayo, the country’s second largest city. This senseless  perception has given a picture of a city long frozen in the mortuary in the process whipping the ...

THE move by the country’s Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko to engage former mayors and their deputies to come up with strategies as part of moves to restore Bulawayo as the country’s industrial hub sets the right tone for the ...

PRESIDENT MUGABE Opinion Dr Qhubani Moyo TWO major events of very serious significance happened last week. The first was a visit by a delegation of French businesspeople who expressed a desire and interest in investing in Zimbabwe. The delegation which met President ...

Godwin Phiri Dr Qhubani Moyo, a policy and political analyst from Bulawayo East constituency in one of his many articles in the public media last Sunday attempts to dismiss the efforts of civil society organisation in Bulawayo to challenge the attempt by the Bulawayo City Council to introduce prepaid water meters in the city. In his submission ...

THE move by the Government to gazette the changing of two major streets in Harare and Bulawayo to honour two former Vice-Presidents and national heroes Dr Joshua Mqabuko Nyongolo Nkomo and Dr Simon Vengai Muzenda is a great recognition to the two liberation icons and a welcome development to Zimbabweans who have a deep ...

ON Friday 23 January the Zimbabwe National Editors Forum (Zinef) held its Annual General Meeting at the New Ambassador Hotel in Harare, where Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo was guest of honour. ...