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Transforming Education Summit — the global moment of truth

At the upcoming United Nations Summit on Transforming Education, world leaders have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to take decisive action.
By Jutta Urpilainen and Amina J Mohammed Sep. 23, 2022
Transport ministry can do better on Mbudzi Interchange
Transport ministry can do better on Mbudzi Interchange
It is a pity that motorists are going to be in movement anguish for the next 18 good months while the interchange is being constructed.
By Johannes Marisa Sep. 22, 2022
US-Africa summit invites Zimbabwe in from the cold
US-Africa summit invites Zimbabwe in from the cold
By The Africa Report Sep. 21, 2022
Crackdown on NGOs derails re-engagement efforts
Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are doing important work in democracy and human rights protection.
By AMH Voices Sep. 21, 2022
What can Africa learn from Europe’s energy crisis?
The Ukraine-Russia conflict threatens to plunge the whole of Europe to its coldest winter in memory.
By Mitchell Mahachi Sep. 21, 2022
Of Zim’s untapped film tourism potential
A closer look at our neighbour South Africa will reveal how film tourism is a booming business which contributes a huge financial investment.
By Tonderai Chiyindiko Sep. 21, 2022
Mr President, longevity is a treasure beyond measure
Commonly, at the age of 80 years, one’s contemporaries will be conspicuous by faded inscriptions on their tombstones.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Sep. 21, 2022
Feature: Zimbabwean artists turn invasive plants into fantastic beasts
“Lantana is everywhere and people don’t want it. Therefore, I try to use lantana through art,” Joe Zata (48) told EFE.
By  EFE Sep. 21, 2022
Creating a happy workplace environment
As employees adjust to how, when and where they work, it’s a great opportunity for employers to do a better job at what they already know is important.
By Emmanuel Zvada Sep. 20, 2022
Young voters could decide Zim’s 2023 presidential election: Will they?
There are varied reasons for the low levels of participation by young people in elections.
By Anotida Chikumbu Sep. 20, 2022
Letters: Policy inconsistencies driving out, frustrating foreign investment
Zimbabwe has become notorious for having duly agreed business agreements overturned overnight, and without notice.
By AMH Voices Sep. 20, 2022
His political playbook worked elsewhere, can he win here?
Dinha (32) believes Chamisa’s relative youth and outsider perspective can help resuscitate Zimbabwe’s listless economy, with high levels of unemployment and inflation.
By Evidence Chenjerai Sep. 20, 2022
Letters: Democratise natural resource governance
Democracy is not an event but a way of life. Democracy is not limited to the day of voting but rather it is reflected in how the voter is treated between elections.
By Newsday Sep. 19, 2022
What if nations fail on climate change adaptation?
Whatever will be discussed there will not be in the interest of the environment and global adaptations but political self-centredness.
By Peter Makwanya Sep. 19, 2022
Triple threat to global economic recovery
These changes will be costly and disruptive mainly amid imminent company closures, bank closures, uniform updates and others.
By Tapiwa Gomo Sep. 19, 2022
A president who’s always seeing enemies, detractors is oftentimes the problem
It is time for those in power in Zimbabwe to look in the mirror, and ask themselves very tough questions about their actions and thought-processes.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Sep. 18, 2022
The power of a dream
Some walk towards it, but when things become tough they give up. Some say: not everyone is successful, so why worry? And they complain and blame everyone but themselves.
By Jonah Nyoni Sep. 17, 2022
Growing in precise divine knowledge
Exact knowledge would not be demanded unless it could be attained. We have a perfect revelation. Additionally we have a perfect Teacher, the Holy Spirit.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Sep. 17, 2022
The politics of mourning QE II
QUEEN Elizabeth II’s death has touched different people differently considering Britain’s colonial legacy of plunder and the monarch’s indifference to those atrocities.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Sep. 17, 2022
Zanu PF is more equal than others
Moyo, her toddler, and the other arrestee Lwazi Khanye were detained overnight at Bulawayo Central Police Station before being released on court bail the following day.
By Khanyisani S Ncube Sep. 17, 2022
Tsvangirai’s epic speech on epic day
In honour of a famous patriot that I had the privilege to serve and in remembrance of a notable day in the history of the country, I hereby republish Morgan Tsvangirai’s epic speech.
By Luke Tamborinyoka Sep. 16, 2022
Zim’s hope lies in citizens standing up for themselves
That might be the case, but there is certainly more to this than what is portrayed on the surface.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Sep. 16, 2022
Why I boycotted the queen
So, when the day arrived, I decided to boycott the queen.
By Tafi Mhaka Sep. 16, 2022
New UZ fee structure facilitates exclusion of marginalised, vulnerable students
I STRONGLY feel that the time is ripe to for us Zimbabweans to restore the country’s breadbasket status and shun dependency completely
By admin Sep. 16, 2022
Letters: Women representation faces hurdles
ERC director Barbara Bhebhe said women candidates during primary elections are not supported because they are considered weak.
By AMH Voices Sep. 15, 2022
Wake up Mr President, Blair is in the past, and remains there
It was below the Presidential norms that your handshake with Blair caused you celebration and contentment.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Sep. 14, 2022
Letters: PWDs remain susceptible to abuse
PWDs have continued to be a vulnerable constituency by being victims of violations to socio-economic rights they should enjoy.
By AMH Voices Sep. 14, 2022
Africa is paying dearly for the Russian/Ukraine conflict
The sanctions and blockage of exports caused by the war has resulted in a surge in food and fuel prices threatening economic outlook.
By Shaun Jayaratnam Sep. 14, 2022