Columnists

Columnists

guest column:Surina Esterhuyse RECENTLY, news reports revealed plans by a Canadian oil and gas company, ReconAfrica, to explore for oil and gas in some of Africa’s most sensitive ...

guest column:Kenneth Magwada AS Zimbabwe’s first post-independence indigenous human rights advocacy group, ZimRights takes great pride in its membership. This is a unique distinguishing feature which makes us ...

Good day Mr President:Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe DEAR Mr President, We highlight the second phase of the reopening of schools as we note that Monday was the reopening ...

LAST Wednesday, the Zimbabwe Elections Support Network (Zesn) hosted a virtual public meeting to discuss the topic The Suspension of By- Elections in Zimbabwe: A Necessity or an ...

GOVERNANCE and leadership are the main ingredients for successful organisations. If you are in a company with leadership without governance, you risk despotism and fraud. Do you have ...

guest column:Peter Makwanya Poetry, which can be described as a form of verbal art, in its powerful and pervading nature, remains one of the most important and sustainable ...

editorial comment ON Saturday Zimbabwe woke up to shocking news that government had given public schools the nod to hike third term school fees up to $55 000 ...

Develop me :Tapiwa Gomo AFRICAN countries have continued to face a huge dilemma in strategising their development models. Most countries face a daunting challenge on whether to be ...

I WANT to share a Bible verse with you today and then tell you why I believe it should mean something to you. Do you have a coronavirus ...

A BREAST cancer survivor is often referred to as someone who previously had cancer, but no longer shows signs of the disease. Do you have a coronavirus story? ...
Lift lockdown in phases

WHEN COVID-19 broke out, we all thought it was going to be another manageable ailment, until everything came to a halt. Do you have a coronavirus story? You ...

SINCE the fall of humanity in the garden of Eden, God instituted means to mend the broken down relationship between Himself and the human race. Do you have ...

guest column :Sandra Liebenberg THE coronavirus pandemic has killed over a million people globally and disrupted healthcare and political systems, economies, social bonds and religious practices. Do you ...

guest column:Blessing T Mutsambwa “IF one generation plants a tree, the next generation will sit under a shade,” says one Chinese proverb. One thing you can’t help noticing ...

guest column:Reinfor Khumalo THE number of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) sponsored by Western countries has increased excessively as neocolonialism intensifies. Do you have a coronavirus story? You can email ...

THE entire world has been ravaged by the deadly coronavirus since December 2019. So many countries have gone into economic recession where economic growth has slowed, unemployment has ...

A NUMBER of African countries have recently been contesting decisions by credit rating agencies. Some have raised objections that the rating agencies lack understanding of their economic environment. ...

IN July 2004, at their meeting in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, heads of the member States of the African Union made a declaration to promote the implementation of legislation ...

guest column:Eddie Cross THIS past Sunday, our church sermon was taken from Nehemiah Chapter 10 and focused on the instructions given to the tribes of Israel which had ...

Good Day Mr President:Jacob Kudzayi Mutisi DEAR Mr President, I know you are busy, but hope you will find time to go through some of the suggestions outlined ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT RECENT reports that the Environmental Management Agency (Ema) has blocked 15 projects earmarked for development on wetlands are an indication that the environmental watchdog has awoken ...

guest column:Fr Oskar Wermter SJ THERE was a time when the people of different continents knew very little of one another. They could only think of their own ...

guest column:Tadiwa Pasipanodya THIS article serves as a brief synopsis of the mining that was taking place in one of Zimbabwe’s protected areas namely Hwange National Park. The ...

guest column:Emmanuel Zvada HUMAN resources remain a pivotal service in many organisations, that’s undeniable. The growth in outsourcing, in particular HR) outsourcing, has been motivated by the need ...

guest column:Solomon Mutambara/ Delphine Serumaga THIS year marks 25 years since the adoption of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action which set out 12 critical areas of ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT Statements by Finance minister Mthuli Ncube last week that his economic blueprint, Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP) had scored several successes, got us thinking. What is success, ...

guest column:Eness Paidamoyo Mutsvangwa-Sammie MANY countries in sub-Saharan Africa commit resources to promote agricultural innovations. This is based on the assumption that rural livelihoods are mainly agricultural and ...

guest column:Michelle C Madzudzo ABOUT one in eight women is diagnosed with breast cancer during her lifetime. Do you have a coronavirus story? You can email us on: ...

guest column :Tendai Ruben Mbofana FOR me, the issue of targeted sanctions imposed by the US and her Western allies goes beyond mere allegations, unsubstantiated claims, and circumstantial ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT ZIMBABWEANS have suffered a lot at the hands of the Zanu PF-led regime. Honestly, the legislation of a law that curtails freedom of expression is the ...