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SUCCESS LIFE BY JONAH NYONI SOME people are in positions of leadership, but  they just occupy the office. On the other hand, some people, both the leading and ...

By Josep Borrell BY the end of May 2021, only 2,1% of Africans had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. We need to close the ...

There is beauty in variety and the world is filled with it; no wonder it is said that variety is the spice of life. There are different types ...

The digital currency market has changed the investment dynamics and payment methodology. Investors and traders have started to realize the bitcoin has still much more to offer, as ...

BY JONAH NYONI The coronavirus has stayed with us more than we anticipated. Companies are redefining how business must be done. Technology is now the central tool for ...

By Emmanuel Zvada What is the future of human resources (HR) — and, indeed, does HR have a future? These are questions we debate as HR practitioners daily. ...

By Erasmus Makarimayi As you read the book of Acts, you will discover how deeply concerned about the return of Christ the apostles were. They preached their hearts ...

BY ASHWANEE BUDOO-SCHOLTZ THE African Union (AU) held the 38th ordinary session of its executive council at the beginning of this month. One of the agenda items was ...

BY TAPIWA GOMO There is no doubt that 2020 was a challenging year and that the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic will be felt in the short and ...

By Clayton Besaw THE insurrection at the US Capitol on January 6 shocked Americans and the world. But the US was not alone in its rocky transfer of ...

Dylan Chawawa Today’s world security is mainly centred on the conventional military security, popularly known as traditional security. In the traditional definition of security of a State, the ...
Lift lockdown in phases

BY STEVE MILLER Nearly a year ago when the COVID-19 crisis was taking hold, people across the world expressed outrage at the term “China virus”. It was important ...

BY PADDINGTON JAPAJAPA Good Day Mr President YOUR Excellency, President ED Mnangagwa. In my self-opinionated response to a recent media report where Zanu PF secretary for administration Obert ...

Guest column :  Eddie Cross This might seem to be something that is taken for granted, but I think it is even more important today than perhaps at ...

BY PETER MAKWANYA The World Radio Day, celebrated on February 13, 2021 had a milestone and refreshing theme which served to remind people that radio has come of ...

guest column:Gibson Nyikadzino WHERE persuasion does not work, the big powers continue turning to sanctions. The imposition of sanctions against perceived powerful individuals in “undemocratic regimes” like Zimbabwe ...

guest column:Emmanuel Zvada Looking back to the year 2019, it is clear that a lot of people including those in the human resources (HR) industry had no clue ...

guest column:Nelson Chamisa Africa cannot afford to continue with the authoritarian, dictatorial and despotic forms of governance that are predominant on the continent. Authoritarian and dictatorial governments are ...

Editorial comment IT is a worrying trend that every year when Grade Seven results are released, a significant number of schools in Matabeleland record a 0% or poor ...

guest column:Johannes Marisa COVID-19 continues to take lives all over the world with many countries struggling to contain the spread of the virus. The beginning of January 2021 ...

JUST as failing to plan equals planning to fail, failure to properly equip the country’s foot soldiers is an indisputable recipe for defeat. Zimbabwe, just like the rest ...

guest column:Michelle Madzudzo It is my pleasure as a radiation therapist to be writing to all of you on World Cancer Day, which is an international day marked ...

guest column:Farai Maguwu/Juliane Kippenberg Gold and diamond jewellery symbolises affluence, artistry, beauty and love. Jewellery is a coveted gift for loved ones on special occasions such as Christmas, ...

Guest Column: Michelle Madzudzo It is my pleasure as a radiation therapist to be writing to all of you on World Cancer Day, which is an international day ...

guest column:Tendaishe Tlou Barely 3 years ago, Zimbabwe held one of its most contentious elections in the history of the country which can be equated to the elections ...

editorial comment THE Zimbabwe national football team, the Warriors, set a new low when they bowed out of the ongoing African Nations Championships in Cameroon without a win ...

guest column:Henning Melber/ Roger Southall In November 2017 Zimbabwe’s military replaced the late former President Robert Mugabe as head of State with his long-time confidante Emmerson Mnangagwa. President ...

guest column:Emmanuel Zvada The world is different today than it was a few months ago. Uncertainty is very high, as we experience a complete disruption of various workplace ...

Purchasing stocks is not an obstacle. The most challenging obstacle is to find an organization that reliably beats the stock exchange. This is something most people lack, which ...

DEVELOP ME: TAPIWA GOMO SEVERAL leaders regret having to lead in a season when the world is grappling with the worst pandemic in a century. Most politicians seek ...