By Sifelani Tsiko Environmentalists and wildlife experts in Zimbabwe say they are appalled by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) decision to support
WE all know Cecilia Gambe as a football loving, outspoken personality, whose passion for the development of women football is beyond reproach.
John Sigauke Post Correspondent The cooking oil story published in The Manica Post last week generates a ray of hope among Zimbabweans that it is very feasible to bring the economy back on the track again.
Sifelani Tsiko Post Correspondent Water levels in the country’s largest external dam – Lake Kariba – which had dropped for the first time in more than half a century since the reservoir was commissioned to
Tafara Shumba Post Correspondent BOTSWANA President, Mr Ian Khama’s bizarre call for President Mugabe to step down, evidently shows that there are some sinister forces behind him.
Freedom Mutanda and Sifelani Tonje Post correspondents Last week’s instalment of the ‘unsung hero’ series drew some responses from avid readers. Going into the spirit realm was an experience that was both surreal and
Sifelani Tsiko Post Correspondent Zimbabwe’s dairy industry which has received investment to the tune of $22 million in processing plants and machinery between 2014 and 2016 is poised for further growth as the Government and several industry players are pressing ahead with a comprehensive, all inclusive national milk production programme to ensure self-sufficiency by 2020.
“Nature, by example, shows us anything worthwhile comes over time. Anything worthwhile grows methodically, building on a strong foundation. Develop a willingness
Kudakwashe Melisa Kapesa Human Resources Dear Kudakwashe A friend of mine was recently fired from his job after an altercation with another employee which ended in a fist fight. What is of concern to me, is that this did not occur on the company‘s premises. He was simply called and handed a letter of dismissal without […]