A few years ago, I heard an Afro-American rhythm and blues singer named John Legend sing this about ordinary people: “We’re just ordinary people/ We don’t know which way to go /Cuz we’re ordinary people /Maybe we should take it slow…”
“IT was said . . . but I say” connotes authority and a superseding effect. According to Matthew 5:21 to 28, Jesus taught His disciples further explaining the commandments: “It was said thou shall not kill, but I say being angry with a brother without cause is murder.”
Masvingo City Council yesterday vowed to comply with government’s directive to drive out all illegal vendors operating in the central business district despite fierce resistance by vendors’ associations
ONE of Beitbridge’s top citrus estates is on the verge of collapse after a soldier moved in to evict the owner yesterday at a time
30 000 trees are dying due to disruptions at the property.
BULAWAYO City Council has defied a High Court order against water cuts by embarking on a massive disconnection programme over unpaid bills.
AN MDC-T official in Magwegwe constituency has applied for a peace order against the party’s area legislator Anele Ndebele whom he accused of hiring thugs to beat up rival party members.
CIVIL SERVANTS in Bulawayo have reportedly gone for months without receiving pay slips amid reports that there was no vehicle to collect them from Salaries Service Bureau (SSB) in Harare.
Moreover, some leaders like the current chairman of the AU Mugabe and the African National Congress (ANC) leadership are now calling for the complete pull-out of all African States Parties (ASP) from Rome Statute.
WHAWHA are confident of running away with city bragging rights when they host Chapungu in a Gweru derby in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Ascot Stadium on Sunday.
HIGHLANDERS coach Bongani Mafu has a huge mountain to climb on Sunday as he attempts to break the long-standing hoodoo against old enemy Dynamos in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) tie at Rufaro Stadium.