THE greatest but shameful buck-passing game on the part of the British government has just been exposed in a letter written to Paul Siwela, the leader of the Matabeleland Liberation Organisation, rejecting his call for the restoration of the kingdom of Matabeleland on the flimsy ground the UK no longer exercises authority over Zimbabwe.
One of the most basic human needs is to be in good health. Poor health inevitably leads to death.
CHEATING by spouses has become a huge set back and a threat to marriage. It has become a serious scandal against marriage and is responsible to possibly half of divorces ever experienced. Last week we looked at what one could do if they discover their spouse was cheating.
Bulawayo and Zimbabwe, has lost a dedicated educationist and psychology professional, Veneliah Nomuhle Mhlaba.
The Tel One case where 2000+ workers were sentenced to death by the Supreme Court. Statistics point to a grim picture of these workers who have been decimated by stress related conditions and abject poverty. Going by the generally accepted family of six (2 000 x 6 = 12 000) 12 000 souls either dropped out of school, lost a bread winner, could not afford food stuffs, medication, school fees and other.
IT is perchance a Herculean and gargantuan task fighting dictatorship from a distance.
We are also failing to separate our love from issues and we mix things up and destroy relationships. But today, if you are still interested in your spouse, this is what Mort Fertel says and I concur.
As with the demon—possessed man of the Gardarenes (Mark 5 vs 3–4) even the most timid and skinny harmless person can become as strong as anox and act violently if demonic power is in their life. (Ama 10 by10 angikhulumivele).Mark 5vs3-4,Vs 3, “…who had his dwelling among the tombs; and no one could bind him, not even with chains…”
MANY Zimbabweans are in a state of anxiety as they speculate on Itai Dzamara’s fate. Dzamara, a political activist and journalist, has been missing since March 9 this year. It is strongly suspected that the activist was abducted by intolerant agents of the state.
MAKOKOBA Township was Bulawayo’s first township for blacks, natives as they called us at that time. It was the only township that housed all the natives, Indians as well as Asians. The location was sold by the Sanitary Board of Bulawayo while huts were rented out to non-council members and the unemployed.