The ghastly incident which occurred in Westlea recently where an angry mob decided to take the law into its own hands by beating up a man who later died at Mutare Provincial Hospital is unacceptable and a dangerous way of curbing crime.
We celebrated 37 years of independence last Tuesday with patriotic Zimbabweans thronging the National Sports Stadium in Harare where President Mugabe delivered his key note address, while thousands others trooped to provincial centres to mark the celebrations with Ministers of Provincial Affairs reading the President’s speech.
Tererai Danga Post Correspondent South Africa is currently engulfed in political and economic storms whose magnitude is threatening to tear the governing Tripartite Alliance apart, over and above the threat to the tenure of incumbent president, Jacob Zuma.
Ray Bande Senior Reporter “WE all witnessed and we know what happened in Chiadzwa. We surely do not want a repeat of that. Only last week, we were at Arda Transau where the people from Chiadzwa were resettled. We were busy finding solutions to things that were erred before our time.”
Freedom Mutanda and Sifelani Tonje Post Correspondents After the 1979 ceasefire agreement between the belligerents, many Zimbabweans waited expectantly for their loved ones to troop back from the front.
WITH Easter now with us, one might be curious about what the Holy Qur’aan has to say about the “crucifixion” of Jesus (peace be upon him). Before we even go into that particular point let us remember the status of Jesus (peace be upon him) in Islam.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter IN a bid to circumvent the idiom that says the church is a generation away from extinction due to its neglect of today’s youth who will be tomorrow’s leaders, the Apostolic Faith Mission (AFM) in Zimbabwe successfully hosted a conference where it ministered effectively to young people from 38 countries.
IT is no secret that the Mutare City Council is bankrupt as evidenced by serious service delivery decay and non-payment of worker salaries.