I have always said Blabber is human and just like each and every one of us, Yours Truly is in the festive mood. The festive season is a time to show love, give and share. In the same measure, Blabber will deliberately shun the habit of peeping on the keyholes of your bedroom doors and […]
By Pastor Cleto Mhuru Sorcerers are able to foretell the future or prophesy. They heal people and are highly respected in the society to such a point of being called the ‘the great power of God’ (Acts 8:10)
By Shame Isaki The year 2017 is soon coming to a close. In a few days time it will be Christmas time and later the new year. As usual individuals are looking back and reflecting on progress or achievements, if any, they have made in this year.
CAPE Town. – ANC Western Cape secretary Faiez Jacobs has referred to Cyril Ramaphosa, the man former president Nelson Mandela said was his preferred successor, as the new
Morris Mtisi WHEN the sun has set we remember the day with anger and regret; maybe we remember the gone day with sweet nostalgia, but we do not remain there. We sulk or sing, cry or smile, but move on. It is a day gone and a day past. We look forward to tomorrow. People […]
Morris Mtisi Post Correspondent FROM humble beginnings to top-shelf glory; from zero to hero; from a dwarf to a giant; from struggle to struggle and then struggle, to ultimate victory! That is the story of Cross Kopje Junior School.
NORTH Korean leader Kim Jong-un controlled the weather as he scaled a 9 000ft sacred mountain wearing just black leather shoes, North Korea’s state media claim. Deep snow and frigid temperatures of -20C were no match for the state’s leader as he climbed Mount Paektu, the country’s highest peak, it was claimed.
WITH all due respect to the holy ideals of Christianity, the religion Blabber so dearly loves and venerates, Dear Reader, the institution is now a far cry from what it ought to be. It is true that when we grew up, the church was an epitome of moral uprightness and humility. Today, it is nothing […]
Morris Mtisi NOTABLE in this year’s speech and prize giving was a brother’s-keeper kind of love between two brothers who combined to give the occasion brotherly colour and a lesson God would have loved Abel and Cain to learn from the Mawadzi brothers.