Arthur Marara Motivation for success So that I may clear the dust, I am not a candidate in the upcoming 2018 harmonised elections, so this article is not campaigning for me or anyone.
Tracy Mutowekuziva Women’s rights issues Our Common Law in Zimbabwe was derived from the Roman Dutch Law. Whilst not all of it is written down in any statues or acts of parliament, it is equally binding.
Freedom Mutanda Education Correspondent This writer attended the History Teachers Association of Zimbabwe’s launch in Nyanga recently and came out wiser but what is exciting is what one presenter said about the Twenty First Century teacher and how teachers shape the world in a big way.
Morris Mtisi I am not sure that I understand why some errors in English language refuse to go away. Secondly, I do not know why with so much education and training, certain errors continue to embarrass otherwise decent speakers or writers and reputable scribes.
Shame Isaki Post Correspondent POLITICS is not for the faint-hearted and neither is it for pretenders.
THE Chiadzwa diamond fields in Marange are a strategic national resource which should be jealously guarded to ensure that the country benefits from the immense value of the precious gems.
Ray Bande Senior Reporter NYANGA South Member of Parliament, Cde Supa Mandiwanzira (Zanu-PF) believes he has worked diligently to bring development to his constituency in fulfilment of promises he made to his constituents in the run-up to the 2013 election.
Freedom Mutanda Post Correspondent Growing up in the Chirinda area in the late 1970’s, we always heard chilling stories about “mabhinya’’ who would kill young boys and girls in order to take their organs for onward transmission to traditional healers who would make concoctions which would enable a businessperson to be very rich.
Sharon Chigeza Post Correspondent OVER the past few months, suicide cases have fashioned out a steep graph in Manicaland Province. And the trend is worrisome to say the least.
Fungayi Munyoro Post Correspondent SIXTEEN children at Forward in Faith Children’s Home had an early Easter treat on Tuesday after receiving an assortment of clothing worth thousands from E-Learning ECD Centre. The centre is run by Ms Juliana Chirwire, who is a qualified teacher-cum-businesswoman. Ms Chirwire said they will continue reaching out to the needy […]