THE Meteorological Services Department has since issued the seasonal forecast for the 2017-18 farming season. There will be normal to above normal rains.
Dr Mazvita Machinga Mental Health Hey, are you worried about writing exams? Are you anxious? Yes, exam time triggers stress, reactions from feelings of irritability, to being unable to eat or sleep properly, feeling fearful or even panicky.
LOCAL authorities are facing a myriad of challenges that have greatly affected service delivery. This has resulted in poor service delivery as evidenced by dilapidated road networks, shortage of water and burst sewerage lines among others.
Tafara Shumba Post Correspondent ACCORDING to the Shona culture, a deceased’s belongings, especially clothes, are shared among relatives, a day or two after his or her interment.
Moses Magadza in Mahe, Seychelles The world has made remarkable progress towards ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030 but there is still need to ensure that no one falls through the cracks or is left behind, the executive director of UNAIDS and Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations, Dr Michel Sidibe, has said.
Freedom Mutanda Post Correspondent There was a time Zimbabweans showed astuteness and resilient character that no one could persuade them not to support the freedom fighters due to the fact that these guerrillas were socialists and they would take over married women by force and that the ‘’boys’’ had typical tails and they could never […]
THE 107th edition of the Manicaland Agricultural Show got underway this week and will run for five days — from September 27 to October 1, 2017.
Morris Mtisi Post Correspondent Are public broadcasters ruled by the whims of the public or it is the radio or television or newspaper that is morally obliged or supposed to control the public from overtaking sense and running with sheer pornography?
Ray Bande Senior Reporter THE funeral wake of Sakubva’s own version of Mother Teresa brought the sprawling suburb to a standstill on Monday afternoon as mourners thronged the tarmac in dance and song welcoming the body of the late Mrs Merjury Hapezu (nee Sabamba).