Rumbidzayi Zinyuke Syndication Writer Africa has been gradually turning into a net importer of food as countries have continuously failed to produce enough to cover their consumption needs.
Tavhiringwa Kakohwa Police Mandate IN the past we have tried to highlight how the Zimbabwe Republic Police has been tackling its roles towards the fulfilment of its constitutional mandate which is that of, among others:-
LONDON — A knife-wielding assailant driving a sport utility vehicle mowed down panicked pedestrians and stabbed a police officer outside Parliament on Wednesday in a deadly assault, prompting the hasty evacuation of the prime minister and punctuating the threat of terrorism in Europe.
Dr Mazvita Machinga EVERY year on March 8, people around the world observed International Women’s Day. This is an important day to commemorate women’s rights and celebrate the political, social, economic and cultural achievements of women throughout history.
Liberty Dube Post Correspondent DARING armed robbers last week pounced at two estates in Chimanimani and allegedly assaulted security guards before making good their escape with three tonnes of Macadamia nuts valued at $36 000.
Chipinge Correspondent NDAU Festival of Arts proprietor, Mr Philip Kusasa, will today (Friday) fly to the United Kingdom for a five-day workshop on how arts can be used to deal with climate
In the Classroom with Morris Mtisi LAST week I zeroed in on the power of Dialogue (direct speech) in Composition Writing (the story-type composition). In that instalment I was focusing on composing a captivating text; a thrilling account anchored on effectiveness of drama in story-writing.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter RUSAPE Town Council has appointed its finance director, Mr Solomon Gabaza, as the acting town secretary to replace Mr Joshua Maligwa, but in an unforeseen eventuality, Albert Njobo this week besieged council offices claiming entitlement to the same post.