Opinion & Analysis

9 mins ago | July 23, 2021

GreenFuel in the community

Ray Bande Senior Reporter WHILE the main motive of business is to earn money, corporations working in communities are ...

New dawn beckons for Africa

Tirivanhu Kateera Correspondent LAST month this writer wrote an opinion piece titled ‘West should come clean on ...

Sleep well, gentle giant Sayeyo

Cletus Mushanawani News Editor PROVINCIAL liberation war hero Cde Kenneth ‘Sayeyo’ Saruchera was an affable ...

Massive poultry project under threat

Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter A POULTRY project which has become an integral part of farming in Makoni is under ...

Churches defy Covid-19 regulations

Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent FOLLOWING Government’s ban on gatherings, including church services, some Mutare ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: The sun shall rise again

IN response to the increasing cases of Covid-19 infections and deaths, Government has reduced the number of staff ...

Fare thee well Taita wekwaGaza

Freedom Mutanda Correspondent THERE is a time for everything as the wise King of Israel, Solomon, writes in the Holy ...

1 week ago | July 16, 2021

Rising from the ashes

  Ray Bande Senior Reporter NOT so long ago, a stress grading machine used in the value addition of timber products ...

Land Reform gets international commendation

  Tirivanhu Kateera Correspondent WHEN Zimbabwe embarked on the Land Reform Programme at the turn of the new ...

Smuggling bleeds nation

OVER the past few months, smuggling activities along Zimbabwe’s border with Mozambique seem to have increased ...

Digital divide widens as Covid-19 persists

Freedom Mutanda Post Correspondent AS the opening of schools has been postponed for another fortnight, pupils in rural ...

2 weeks ago | July 9, 2021

IPPs prove their worth

  IN his speech during the commissioning of the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority Holdings’ operational ...

Artisanal miners defy lockdown

  Ray Bande Senior Reporter HUNDREDS of artisanal miners who invaded areas around Mutare River are a great danger, ...

Rejected triplets: The height of inhumanity

  Ray Bande Senior Reporter THE late former South African President Nelson Mandela once remarked that there can be ...