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EDITOR, I write to comment on the article published in the Sunday News of 14-20 October 2018 edition entitled; “Chiredzi tops in STIs cases’’. ...

Rock art showing a stick man Pathisa Nyathi SOMETIMES we take art for granted and, in the process, completely fail to appreciate its role within society or community. We have been told art is expressive culture. ...

Professor Mthuli Ncube THE Minister of Finance has in recent times come under immense pressure to justify the introduction of the two percent tax on selected electronic transactions. Many are concerned about the impact of the two percent tax on prices of basic commodities. ...

President ED Mnangagwa HE Emmerson D Mnangagwa The recent economic challenges have not spared our health sector.  The strain has shown by way of medicines which have either been unavailable, in short supply, or unaffordable. ...

Holy bible  Itai Chapunza A LOT of poor people have very small minds. This is not to say there are no wise poor people, but the truth is, the majority of people that are not so wealthy don’t have the vision to see tomorrow. ...

Raisedon, Baya IT is almost a month now since ZBCtv started advertising the airing of a new local drama called Insuku Zokucina. The last days. ...

Commission of Inquiry into Post-Election Violence Violence at a violence inquiry meeting is fast becoming a description of Bulawayo; a bad reference. ...

Nelson Chamisa MDC Alliance leader Advocate Nelson Chamisa has lived up to his threat to fire defiant party members who stood as mayors in various cities despite their leader’s communication of his preferred candidates. ...

President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa Vincent Gono INCESSANT calls by President Mnangagwa for Zimbabweans to put a halt to all forms of corrupt activities — to walk the straight and narrow should be heeded by all progressive citizens if the country is to emerge from the murky economic waters. ...