THE opposition MDC-T yesterday said President Robert Mugabe should have taken advantage of his impromptu State of the Nation Address (Sona) last Friday to name his successor
The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission Bill seeks to benefit perpetrators of human rights violence rather than the victims
THREE employees at a Bulawayo retail shop, Fazak Gift Centre, appeared in court yesterday charged with defrauding their employer of goods worth $71 290.
A 22-YEAR-OLD domestic worker, who savagely attacked a 66-year-old granny with an axe handle, has been jailed for eight months.
The City of Gweru is experiencing water problems due to reduced pumping capacity caused by maintenance works at Gwenoro Dam,…
THERE is appalling madness going on in Zimbabwe at the moment, the country has literally lost its socio-political and economic compass. Zimbabweans and the international community watch with astonishment as policy discord is normalised in our once great nation.
THE British Council has partnered the Midlands State University (MSU)’s department of media and society studies in a deal where the institution of higher learning would screen the late English poet, actor and playwright William Shakespeare’s literary works to secondary schools in Gweru urban.
THERE is a need to confront global “minerals capitalism” in order to address the energy crisis, looting of resources, poverty, food insecurity and vulnerability to global warming faced by mostly marginalised rural communities in Africa, civil society leaders have said.
A LEADER must be sure he is always growing. Continual growth is key to effective leadership, and God is key to growth. There are, however, certain things that a leader can do to activate the growth process.
THE opposition MDC has warned war veterans to be wary of being used “as dogs of war” by Zanu PF officials when it suits them and dumped when they become a nuisance to the party.