…possible implementation pitfalls Divaries Cosmas Jaravaza — THE new curriculum framework for Primary and Secondary Education 2015-2022, is a very ambitious project which is meant to transform education for the better (hopefully) if what is envisioned on paper can be meticulously digested in to realistic actionable targets. However, policy makers need to be empirical on […]
OUR beloved Warriors were this week booted out of the Africa Cup of Nations 2017 edition in Gabon in the group stages of the tournament once again.
PAN Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC) welcomes the Zimbabwean Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services’ response to EFF’s attack on Uncle Bob.
INABILITY to combat the current outbreak of the gregarious fall armyworm coupled with the potential outbreak of another species of caterpillars — the African armyworm — paints a gloomy picture to what promised to be the mother of all agricultural seasons.
John Sigauke Post Correspondent— The Shona elders in their wisdom will never come short of counselling adages for any particular situation.
GENTLE Reader, it is one of the laws of life we live that we will always reap what we sow and it appears this other well known brother, a second-hand clothing dealer is fast getting the
Adam Hamilton — Gold has hit the ground running in this young new year, a stark contrast to its brutal post-election selloff. Rather remarkably, these strong recent gains accrued despite literally zero
Tani Shaw — How we track our economy influences everything from government spending and taxes to home lending and business investment. In our series The Way We Measure, we’re taking a
Tafara Shumba Post Correspondent— January 21, a day that the Bikita by-election was pencilled in for, will be marked as a very important day on the political calendar of Zimbabwe, for many reasons.