THE whole world has been on tenterhooks for the past three weeks
THE commercial promoting a new brand of condoms interrupted the rather boring local drama, all eyes in the men’s bar swivelled from the television to Mabo
YOU’VE all heard the talk – women talk! Women talk about everything.
LET me begin by asking the question, “At what point are elections rigged in Africa in general and Zimbabwe in particular?”
OPTING for a career, as a woman, often involves some sacrifice and the making of tough choices,
AN estimated 3 000 women die every year in Zimbabwe while giving birth and despite the reasons for this unsustainable death rate being known, nothing has been done.
I TURNED 49 last Sunday which is not a mean feat in a country whose life expectancy has plummeted to around 35, if not lower.
I am writing this article in the aftermath of the pomp and ceremony of the Africa Union (AU) turning 50 on May 25.
INVESTING towards your head is more important than any other investment a person would make in their life time.
FATHER’S Day has come and gone, and perhaps it is just my imagination, but I don’t seem to sense the same level of hype and attention