Morris Mtisi WHILE one paper’s open attack on English Language recently can be described as simply academic, balanced thinkers cannot help but smell a sense of xenophobic
WHEN it comes to losing someone you love, it’s often hard to find the right words. It can be difficult to know what to say to friends who are experiencing grief, and it can be hard to
Evangelist Peter Madondo HELLO, I hope you are all well. Thank you very much to those who gave feedback on my last episode.
Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God (Philippians 4:6). Often-times, you’ll find certain people whose everyday life is filled with pain, discouragement and defeat. You’d expect such folks to be quick to accept help at the slightest opportunity; but they’d […]
EXTRAVAGANCE in recent times has become a common phenomenon that has affected all strata of the society!
Jabulani Mangezi Policing Manicaland Welcome dear reader, to the first edition of the column “Policing Manicaland”.
Dear Tete Barbara My house is the worst place to be for me and my children because my wife talks too much. From the break of dawn till she finally goes out or to bed she is angry.I am so happy to leave
Ray Bande recently in Makoni “EACH time that we came here at the clinic to get our medication, we had become used to seeing other patients or visitors pointing fingers at us.
Freedom Mutanda and Sifelani Tonje Post correspondents We thought it prudent to give a voice to our precious readers who make us keep on pen this column. We write to give readers fresh perspectives on the Second Chimurenga and give