Freedom Mutanda and Sifelani Tonje Post correspondents Comments continue to pour in from various readers during the week and it is our pleasure to give you a few of the comments they passed. Bernard Katizagombwe
Freedom Mutanda IT is the time of the year again when students burn the midnight oil in an attempt to score highly in their ‘O’ Level examinations.
WITH the turn of the New Millennium, the world has witnessed phenomenal growth in technological advancement.
Dear Tete Barbara I am a 32 year old working man living with my father and his new wife. My life was less complicated before my dad remarried this girl nine years after divorcing my mother. Five
Dear Tete Barbara My mother is a single parent who is always working hard to make ends meet for us to feed and go to school. Last holiday I met a guy through a friend from school who promised to help
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter IT’S only through God’s grace and power that the church can become a caring and warm community of faith where all kinds of people are accepted, loved, transformed
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 […]