Opinion

Are we Zimbabweans really educated?

Are we Zimbabweans really educated?

It is almost impossible to encounter a Zimbabwean who cannot read or write, even in the most backward rural outposts. Wherever one goes — day and night — you encounter a Zimbabwean carrying books or “going to school or college”. Most urban schools in the country practice “hot seating” in order to cater for large numbers of students.

Economic inequality: The haves, the have nots

Economic inequality: The haves, the have nots

ECONOMIC inequality can be measured by the distribution of wealth, income or consumption or between races, sexes, tribes, regions or individuals.

The office of a husband

The office of a husband

The Bible refers to Christ’s relationship with His Church as a marriage. He is the bridegroom and the church is the bride and this relationship models the husband and wife relationship. It is a heavenly model of every marriage on earth.

Origins of Zimbabwe crisis

Origins of Zimbabwe crisis

ZIMBABWE’S political and economic crisis is more than a crisis. It is a political and economic catastrophe.

Casting out demons

Casting out demons

A Christian can become a devil— master at once by receiving a clear understanding of the work of demons, and of their legal defeat at Calvary. Once you understand how totally powerless demons are against believers, you will never be afraid of demons or the devil again. Every believer can have authority over the devil and demons. Two great powers are engaged in a life — and — death struggle over human beings.

Operation this and that

Operation this and that

Since independence Zimbabwe has embarked on several high-profile operations led or coordinated by State security organs. Most of the operations had noble intents yet the methodologies or vehicles of achieving the desired results were appallingly calamitous.

Cabinet reshuffle, looking backwards to move forward

Cabinet reshuffle, looking backwards to move forward

THE NewsDay of (07/07/2015) was headlined, Mugabe Demotes Moyo in a reshuffle. Ministers affected by the reshuffle are five.

Why Zimbabweans are always short of ‘food’

Why Zimbabweans are always short of ‘food’

Up until the late 1970s, our grandparents and parents tended to calibrate historical eras with “landmarks” of years when hunger and famine were at their worst. Massive national food deficits especially in vulnerable regions like Matabeleland, the Midlands, Masvingo and some parts of Mashonaland West were a common phenomenon. Yet, it was very rare to hear of anyone dying of starvation.

Greatest deception in marriage

Greatest deception in marriage

It is heart-wrenching to hear of how many, married couples fix and sexually manipulate each other and still expect to lead a normal marriage life. Many bedrooms these days operate under heavy sanctions where husbands in particular are subjected to cruel treatment sexually.

Repentance from sin

Repentance from sin

There is no point of explaining out or even trying to downplay the seriousness of our sin.

Our Partners:   NewsDay   The Independent   TheStandard  MyClassifieds