ZIMBABWE, suffering from economic recession and lack of foreign investment, is relaxing a black economic empowerment law forcing foreign-owned firms to sell majority shares to locals in a bid to attract investment, a Cabinet minister said yesterday.
THE Bulawayo Progressive Residents Association (BPRA) yesterday said it was mobilising over 10 000 residents to take into the streets this Friday in protest against council’s recent move to install prepaid water meters in the city.
A 22-YEAR-OLD rapist from Jabatshaba village in Jotsholo shocked Hwange regional magistrate Dambudzo Malunga last Friday when he admitted that while in a drunken stupor he broke into a visually-impaired 85-year-old woman’s bedroom in the dead of the night and raped her thinking it was his wife.
TRADITIONALLY, funerals are sad, solemn sights where the atmosphere is grim and friends and relatives’ eyes are filled with tears.
THE Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has offered to give industrial attachment for college and university students at a time most companies had closed the doors for attaches citing economic challenges.
A GROUP of disgruntled war veterans from Bulawayo has accused War Veterans minister Christopher Mutsvangwa of fuelling divisions and imposing his alleged cronies into the provincial executive of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association.
HIGHLANDERS goalkeeper Ariel Sibanda’s stoppage time boob gave Chicken Inn all three points and condemned Bosso coach Bongani Mafu to deep trouble as his future at the club could be decided by this performance.
Those of us who grew up in Rhodesia knew from an early age that the foundational pillars of the strength of the Rhodesian economy lay in agriculture, mining and manufacturing. So strong was Rhodesia’s agriculture, whatever could be said of its racist outlook in respect of land ownership and control that I, just like most middle-aged Zimbabweans, grew up on a generous diet of State “propaganda” that our country “is the bread basket of Africa”.
Today, let me speak to those who are dating and are struggling in their relationships. Building a relationship requires a lot of commitment and self-discipline, which many dates lack.
A PROMINENT soul winner once said:“Let the cross be raised again at the centre of the market place, as well as the steeple of the church.”
If the story of Zimbabwe were to be told in an objective manner, the topic of man-made starvation and suffering would feature prominently. Zimbabwe’s story cannot be told without mentioning the emptiness within.
Jonathan Maphenduka’s article which appeared in the Southern Eye on August 3, 2015 entitled; “British buck-passing game on display”, should never be allowed to go unchallenged. It contains deliberate distortions, innuendos and downright lies, particularly against the Shona people.
FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe yesterday stunned Zanu PF delegates gathered in Binga when she chastised men, saying they should go…
HIGHER and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo yesterday rubbished term limits for African presidents, claiming this was an elitist demand.
A TYPICAL homestead in Matabeleland South has at least four housing structures or, simply put, four grass huts.
It was Karl Marx who once argued that capital and labour cannot cohabit, one must vanquish the other. Adam Smith, the father of economics saw an invisible hand that must determine the price, be it of a commodity or labour.
BEFORE Christ ascended into heaven, He made another great and startling promise. He said he would come again and take those who are living and watching for Him to heaven.
Millers have urged the government to issue out only grain permits, not mealie-meal ones, in order to protect local industry from cheap imports.
Instagram has added new layout options in addition to its signature square for pictures and videos in a bid to attract more advertisers and to stop users defecting to more flexible services such as Snapchat.