Pastor Joseph Dhlakama There are events that took place in afore times which shifted the course of the human race in all imaginable ways. The greatest of these events are the popularly celebrated “Christmas” and “Easter”. Christmas remembers the birth of Jesus Christ of Nazareth while Easter is a commemoration of His death, burial and […]
Nyore Madzianike Senior Reporter Zanu PF Central Committee member Cde Joshua Sacco has his eyes set on Chimanimani East Constituency in the forthcoming harmonised elections after embarking on several developmental programmes aimed at uplifting the constituency. Cde Sacco has been tasked by the ruling party to superintend the constituency following the expulsion of its former […]
Prosperity Mzila Post Correspondent Little by little, Nelson Chamisa is exhibiting traits of a dictator. He is imposing conditions on the MDC-T party and its members, making unilateral decisions and going back on his word, one too many times. If this is left to continue, Chamisa will soon turn the MDC-T into his own chase […]
Freedom Mutanda and SifelaniTonje Post Correspondents MANY comrades have reminisced about how they found themselves in tight situations as they fought the Rhodesian soldiers, but they somehow got out of those circumstances inexplicably as if God had used supernatural powers to snuff out the danger. The Manica Post correspondents, Freedom Mutanda and SifelaniTonje, interviewed GaziyempiMundeta […]
Tracy Mutowekuziva The law & rights Our common law in Zimbabwe was derived from Rome and Roman Dutch Law. Whilst not all of it is written down in any statues or acts of parliament, it is equally binding. The law on adultery falls under common law, which means it has its origins in Rome. The […]
Sibusiso Ndlamini In as much as doctors’ demands are valid, it is also essential for them to consider the precious lives of the people of Zimbabwe who need their special attention across the nation. Among other challenges, it has been reported that the doctors are demanding an upward review of on-call allowance and $16 rural […]
The phrase “Zimbabwe is open for business” has been resonating from Zimbabwe’s high offices for a few months now, generating a lot of interest from investors, both local and foreign. Not only has President Emmerson Mnangagwa made significant strides to set the economy on a recovery trajectory, he has also been knocking on several doors […]
THE fatal road accident that killed two council workers near 22 Miles along the Mutare-Masvingo Highway makes sad reading.
Chigumbu Warikandwa Post Correspondent Imagine some man kidnaps your wife for a good four days, you gang up with sympathising villagers and some brave youths to go reclaim your wife, after rescuing her, the kidnapper says he wants to come and negotiate with you to recapture your wife!
Daphine Zulu Post Correspondent ‘Wishful thinking’ is the best and only way to describe the National Patriotic Front (NPF)’s delusional mind following NPF’s rants that ‘attacks’ on Mr Robert Mugabe were unconstitutional and had a probability to stir instability in the country, with reference to the purported violation of Mr Mugabe’s banking privacy.