Elements of a Blessing

Hebrews 11 vs 21: “By faith Jacob, when he was dying, blessed each of the sons of Joseph, and worshiped, leaning on the top of his staff.” Jeremiah 6 vs 16, Thus says the Lord: “Stand in the ways and see,

By The Standard Nov. 3, 2015
Value your wife
Value your wife

Human cultures, traditions and religions attach very little value to women.

By The Standard Oct. 8, 2015
The resurrection

John 11 vs 24,Martha said to Him, “I know that he will rise again in the resurrection at the last day.”

By The Standard Oct. 7, 2015
Grace Mugabe crossing the line

FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe has finally confirmed that her fight with Vice-President Joice Mujuru is personal, but she insists on making it a national problem.

By The Standard and Newsday Nov. 19, 2014
Ingwebu should not die

BULAWAYO City Council’s commercial undertaking, Ingwebu Breweries, has punched below its weight for far too long.

By The Standard and Newsday Nov. 18, 2014
Mugabe is intolerant

THE brutal purge in Zanu PF that has taken a comical turn with reports that Vice-President Joice Mujuru was linked to a plot to assassinate President Robert Mugabe further exposes the party leader as intolerant.

By The Standard and Newsday Nov. 17, 2014
Lupane gas a game changer

THE government this year finally started exploring the unexploited gas reserves in Lupane after years of promises.

By The Standard and Newsday Nov. 14, 2014
Police can’t be spectators

THE violence that characterised Zanu PF meetings in Gwanda and Marondera on Monday were the clearest sign yet that things are getting out of hand in the ruling party.

By The Standard and Newsday Nov. 12, 2014
Sibanda deserves justice

ZIMBABWE has a history of political violence that dates back to the Gukurahundi massacres in the Midlands and Matabeleland, with victims still unable to access justice despite a new constitutional dispensation.

By The Standard and Newsday Nov. 11, 2014
Stop harassing vendors

THE rising unemployment rate now estimated at over 85% has seen many people in urban centres resorting to selling wares on the streets for survival.

By The Standard and Newsday Nov. 10, 2014
A night in an HIV mobile clinic

Over half of the 35 million HIV-positive people in the world don’t know that they are infected by the virus.

By Newsday Sep. 18, 2014
Zimbabwe’s neglected elderly farmers

Girazi Mukumba (64) a communal farmer in Wedza, about 160km southwest of the capital Harare, is old school when it comes to agricultural practices.

By Newsday Sep. 9, 2014
Zanu PF chaos a symptom

CRIMINAL activities and complaints of vote-buying by none other than President Robert Mugabe ahead of Zanu PF’s congress in December epitomise everything that has gone wrong with Zimbabwean politics.

By The Standard and Newsday Aug. 13, 2014
Southern Voices: Train derailments, trucks pile up on Victoria Falls route

Two National Railways of Zimbabwe passenger trains derailed along the Victoria Falls- Bulawayo railway line between Friday and Saturday.

By The Standard and Newsday Jun. 28, 2014
AMH Voices: Tell your own story

DO you have a picture, story, audio or video that you think will make an impact in your community?

By Newsday May. 21, 2014