Opinion & Editorials

Opinion & Editorials

The latest xenophobic attacks in South Africa have ignited the long-standing tensions between the country and Nigeria. ...

“Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears; I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him. The evil that men do lives after them; The good is oft interred with their bones; So let it be with Caesar,” Mark Anthony in Julius Caesar. ...
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SOME very wise and quite enlightened person once said: “Politicians are people who, when they see light at the end of the tunnel, go out and buy more tunnel.” ...

ZIMBABWE has a fascinating history of defying the norms, failure to be moved even by horrendous acts of its leaders and more frequently taking the grotesque in its stride like all is normal. ...

IT is a ubiquitous moral principle that cuts across most of Africa that people should not speak ill of the departed. Zimbabwe has an idiom to this effect and so do many other African nations. ...

WHILE, as a nation, we are forever supportive of fellow country folk who go out there on national duty representing Zimbabwe in various sporting disciplines, it is also imperative that our sportsmen and women take their callings to heart. ...

DECADES after former President Robert Mugabe, who died last week, is long gone, his legacy will continue to trigger spirited and heated debate anywhere on this earth because of what this man stood for and practiced. ...

ZIMBABWE is going through its worst socio-economic and political crisis in two decades. Crippling daily power outages of up to 18 hours and erratic supply of clean water are just some of the most obvious signs. Meanwhile, an inflation rate of over 500% has put the prices of basic goods beyond the reach of the majority of people. ...

THERE are lots of climate injustices taking place around the world, but one is not free to report on these issues, controversies and associated challenges. ...

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Without a vision, you live an aimless and directionless life. ...

THE Grace of God preaches salvation which gives us eternal life, that is, life existing forever. ...

NORWEGIAN historian Christian Lous Lange viewed technology as a useful servant. ...

TWO weeks ago, we started a mini-series on integrity. ...

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IN the 1980s, a jingle played regularly on Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation's Radio 2, that went something like this: MuAfrica, kwayedza. Kwasara mbiri chete kuti ichibva yakwana. Kunoti Azania, neNamibia (Africa is rising, only two more for it to be completely free; Azania and Namibia.) ...

Any march or campaign or anything other than reforms and fully implementing the Constitution is a futile attempt at getting sanctions removed. ...

My name is Boipelo Manyowa. I am black. I am 28 yeays of age. I am an African, but am ashamed to stand and be counted as South African. ...

Zimbabwe now faces a second major descent into inflation and economic despair in a space of 12 years. ...

ZIMBABWE has for a long time looked West or East, but in the last two decades it has become disoriented as it can’t concentrate on one direction and most often ended up with an empty bowel. Probably it is time it makes a decision on which side it wants do most business with. ...

Appearing before the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Lands and Agriculture last week, Cotton Producers and Marketers Association president Stewart Mubonderi touched on a sensitive area when he urged the government to consider adopting genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to increase production of the white gold. ...

THE current Zifa leadership led by Felton Kamambo is under siege following its failure to raise a national women’s team to fulfil a home Olympics Games second leg qualifier against Zambia, which had been set for the National Sports Stadium on Sunday. ...

IMMEDIATELY after the ouster of Robert Mugabe from power as President in November 2017, Zimbabwe was gripped by euphoria and a flood of positive expectations. ...

Hate-speech is a verbal assault, an attack on a person with the intention of destroying and diminishing him, or reducing her to the status of a nobody. ...

MDC leader Nelson Chamisa appears to be taking his supporters for a ride through his claims that his party would ensure that President Emmerson Mnangagwa would not see through his term, which officially ends in 2023, without giving a clear-cut strategy on how he was going to achieve that feat within the confines of the law. ...

Rumours are so much common at workplaces. If you have not been a victim of one, you may have participated in it. In fact, the issue of rumours at workplaces is a growing problem that affects almost everyone there. ...

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