Opinion & Analysis

1 month ago | May 19, 2019

Names and naming: Birds as weather forecasters

COSMIC and terrestrial zones are interlinked and intertwined; each communicates with the other, in particular, with the ...

When the jungle visits the village

Vincent Gono in Tsholotsho FAMINE, hunger, poverty and malnutrition are among the first line objectives of the 2030 ...

RSA: Democracy and other problems

Cetshwayo Zindabazezwe Mabhena The much-awaited South African general election of 2019 has come and it refuses to go.  ...

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: villagers lose cattle to hyenas

Residents of Matshiya and Sothani ward in Lupane District, Matabeleland North Province have lost count of the cattle ...

He never leaves

Itai Chapunza God is real no matter how things look. Isaiah 8:17  “The Lord has hidden himself from his people, but I ...

Reconnecting with God: The Mfengu convene religious ceremony

Phathisa Nyathi On Saturday, 1 June 2019, the Mfengu-Xhosa communities from all over Zimbabwe will gather at Elitsheni ...

1 month ago | May 12, 2019

EDITORIAL COMMENT:Humanitarian work by First Lady exemplary

FIRST Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa has to be commended for her humanitarian work which has seen her touch and change people’s ...

Names and naming: Identifying some trait in a named object

Phathisa Nyathi AFTER some close scrutiny of the named cosmic phenomena, it becomes apparent that there is some observed ...

ANC poll victory testimony to trust in liberation movements

Nduduzo Tshuma THE victory by South Africa’s ruling African National Congress (ANC) at the country’s recent national ...

HIV treatment reduces rate of transmitting

Sophia Nuamah Even though HIV doesn’t pose a great threat to human lives anymore as it did some years back, its ...

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Government needs to act on prices now

If my reading of the current situation, in particular recent price hikes, is correct then the Government needs to ...

Misheck ntunduzakovelaphi velaphi ncube: A born military strategist

Pathisa Nyathi On the 9th of May 2019 Velaphi was laid to rest at the National Heroes Acre in Harare following his ...

First Lady’s philanthropic work did not start now

Khumbulani Vodloza Sibanda Anti-Zanu-PF activists are predictably up in arms against the philanthropic work of First ...

Let us learn a thing or two from South Africa polls

Michael Mhlanga South Africa has held a successful election by any standards of democracy, save for some instances where ...