Wimbainashe Zhakata Post Correspondent THE District Development Fund (DDF) needs at least $250 000 to put back its tillage fleet in Manicaland on track and be able to meet tillage demand on the backdrop of Command Agriculture and the tobacco planting. DDF is currently failing to meet high tillage demand from farmers due to breakdown […]
The July 30 harmonised elections were the most meaningful since independence. Never before were Zimbabweans able to go about their business without fear of the next person; with even those wearing different party regalia conversing and laughing about anything and everything.
Vince Musewe Post Correspondent In his book titled “How Rich Countries Got Rich and Why Poor Countries Stay Poor”, Professor Erik Reinert explains to us that it will only be when we adopt strategies to deliberately industrialise through manufacturing that we can begin to achieve increasing marginal returns to create employment and sustainable higher incomes. […]
Shame Isaki Post Correspondent IN a distinctive show of character, solidarity, objectivity and defiance, the Southern African Development Community (Sadc) recently endorsed Zimbabwe’s elections and went one step further by appointing President Emmerson Mnangagwa the deputy chairperson of its Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation at the just ended 38th Sadc Summit of Heads […]
“Purpose may point you in the right direction but it’s passion that propels you.” [Travis McAshan]. A life that is lived without passion cannot be counted as having been lived. You can achieve anything that you want in life if you apply your mind towards it and punctuate it with passion. Some years ago I […]
Editor — On behalf of Zimbabwe Information and Communication Technologies (ZICT), a division of the Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers (ZIE), our members and on my own behalf, write to congratulate Cde Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa on being elected the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe. ZICT recognises and appreciates your extensive experience and leadership demonstrated in […]
ON Monday July 30, registered Zimbabwean voters will queue at various polling stations dotted across the country to cast their votes and elect candidates for the Presidential, National Assembly and council seats.
Dorcas Mhungu Post Correspondent At 90, her memory is as sharp as a needle, as she articulately shared her childhood story and intense passion for the profession she chose.
Morris Mtisi The Radio Teacher Welcome to the last school holiday of the year 2018. Those who are eligible to vote, I appeal to you again, please vote in peace, not pieces.
Morris Mtisi THE World Cup is over. Attention is back from Russia. How easy people forget and move on! Next for Zimbabwe are harmonised elections. The difference is that the World Cup was sheer entertainment, titanic excitement, and elections are a serious life issue, not a game. What is common though is the usual delightful […]