Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa COMRADE Muchazotida, born Sekai, was a member of the Zimbabwe African National Liberation Army, better known as ZANLA. She died during the 1977 Chimoio Attack by the army of racist Rhodesia. Sekai deserves special mention from among her many comrades that joined the ZANLA-ZIPRA wings of the national liberation movement of Zimbabwe […]
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WHEN the South African Premiership football season ends today, Kaitano Tembo could become the first Zimbabwean coach to lead a Supa Diski side to a third place in the league championship.
The firming of the Zimbabwe dollar at the auction system this week was hardly a major event in monetary terms, since an appreciation of 0.096 percent is minuscule.
REPORTS that over 180 convicted criminals sentenced to jail terms are still roaming the streets as police were struggling to arrest them for committal to prison makes sad reading and the situation demands urgent redress. That batch includes dangerous criminals who should not be allowed to move around unpoliced because of the nature of their […]
Housing is one of the most pressing needs in Zimbabwe. Attaining Vision 2030 and making Zimbabwe a middle-income country will be rhetoric if those middle-income families are living in sub-standards homes in rural areas or squashed to a room in urban areas.
After taking a lengthy Covid-19-induced sabbatical from church, yours truly had an opportunity to attend one this week which was characterised by a blast sermon which was topical, intellectually and spiritually stimulating.
The past week was eventful. I am trying to turn my head around in understanding why all of a sudden Zimbabweans were stampeding each other to wash their linen on SABC news channel.
The West is very proud of its relationship with Africa and has invested heavily in ensuring that its economic interests on the continent are not threatened, undermined or dislodged.
THE preliminary outcome of the foreign currency auction system and other supportive measures introduced by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) in June this year has been largely positive and inspiring, thus renewing many people’s belief and hope in the local economy.
KHAMA BILLIAT has been one of our best footballers in the past decade during which he has represented his country with pride and distinction.