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Obituary: Ndlovu was a true educationist

Obituary: Ndlovu was a true educationist

A lot has been said about the fallen Bulawayo giant and Zimbabwe’s national hero, Dr Sikhanyiso Duke Ndlovu. True to most eulogies, tributes and obituaries, he is an outstanding education giant, a scholar par excellence and a luminary in the development of Zimbabwean education.

Manufacturing drove the great leap of the Industrial Revolution: ours is in intensive care

Manufacturing drove the great leap of the Industrial Revolution: ours is in intensive care

This week I am meant to write about our manufacturing industry, but how do I do that without some reference to the bizarre event of the week

Letting go of the past: Shaping a new future

Letting go of the past: Shaping a new future

In his book, The Audacity of Hope, Barack Obama viewed himself as a prisoner of his own history. He interpreted…

Learn to fight better as a couple

Learn to fight better as a couple

WE can never stop couples from fighting. I think this is part of life due to sin’s nature, but what we can possibly do is help couples fight with wisdom and dignity.

Recycling the sin bin

Recycling the sin bin

In the last week President Robert Mugabe exercised his constitutional mandate to appoint and swear in 14 new members to his Cabinet.

Sustaining your relationship

Sustaining your relationship

Building and sustaining a relationship is a lifelong process that requires a lot of patience, commitment and investment. I have repeatedly said this that many people of our generation lack patience with themselves and others.

Understanding the Holy Spirit

Understanding the Holy Spirit

THE outpouring of the Spirit was predicted by the Prophets of old.

From bread basket to beg basket

From bread basket to beg basket

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”.

Habits that can poison your relationship

Habits that can poison your relationship

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.

Soul winning: A must for all Christians

Soul winning: A must for all Christians

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.”

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