Tafara Shumba Post Correspondent It is now a year after President Mugabe enunciated a Ten Point plan designed to take the economy out of the woods and sustaining economic growth, particularly the creation
Mukachana Hanyani Post Correspondent THE move taken by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission on Monday, October 10, 2016 of informing some representatives of political parties falling under the National Electoral
“To achieve great things, two things are needed. A plan, and not quite enough time.” For Zimbabwe farmers to succeed, they should plan and internalise this undisputed
Freedom Mutanda and Sifelani Tonje Post correspondents Firstly, let us say we are humbled by the overwhelming responses to our dialoguing with the unsung history makers who are scattered all over this our beautiful nation.
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.