Opinion & Editorials

Opinion & Editorials

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency that was invented in 2008 by Satoshi Nakamoto, a Japanese developer along with other persons of his group. And after one-year, that is in ...

devotion column:Erasmus Makarimayi WHAT brings people to a born again state is confession by their own mouth. What’s believed and spoken yields results. What’s uttered comes from the ...

Stir The Pot :Paidamoyo Muzulu LAST week marked the fifth anniversary of the mysterious death of Solomon Mujuru (Rex Nhongo) – a war hero, former military commander, politician, ...

MOTIVATION:Ashley Thaba WE are done! For the past seven months, the government of Botswana has been airing a TV show, Talking with the Thabas, that we produced to ...

guest column:Miriam Tose Majome ARE Zimbabwean men falling into legal obscurity or perhaps they already have? There was a time when men were indispensible in the legal lives ...

SUCCESS LIFE:Jonah Nyoni WE are in tough times that are caused by COVID-19. There has to be a way a leader, manager, or supervises deals with workers. It’s ...

editorial comment IT would appear that President Emmerson Mnangagwa learnt nothing from his predecessor, the late Robert Mugabe’s missteps, despite serving as his confidante for over 50 years, ...

guest column:Bothwell Riside ZIMBABWE like any other nation globally has been adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Daily statistics are showing we have not reached the peak of ...

Guest column:Tendai Ruben Mbofana HAVING already written an article on Wednesday morning, and spent the day submerged in other activities, the only thing I was looking forward to ...

guest column You may have heard about the seven babies stillborn at Harare Hospital in one day at the end of July. From the maternity register that night, ...

editorial comment THE continued sidelining of women in terms of customary land ownership is worrisome, particularly given that constitutions in different countries in southern Africa, including Zimbabwe speak ...

guest column:Johannes Marisa World War II saw the United States of America losing about 418 000 people who included both civilians and soldiers. That was a long war ...

Editorial comment THE world was stunned on Tuesday when a senior Zanu PF official uttered unpalatable words to a host on a programme to discuss the crisis in ...

guest column :Oswelled Ureke THERE is a general perception that there is no film industry to talk about in Zimbabwe. This argument is mostly based on comparisons with ...

guest column:Tendai Makaripe THE #RhodesMustFall protests which gripped Cape Town University in March 2015 have been engraved in the annals of South African history. Do you have a ...

As digital currency is increasing day by day so the paper currency is changing to paperless. Cryptocurrency is taking the place of paperless currency. When cryptocurrency was developed ...

editorial comment WITH just two years in office, President Emmerson Mnangagwa appears to have already forgotten his sworn mantra “the voice of the people is the voice of ...

guest column :Tendai Ruben Mbofana ON August 14, 2020,Southern Africa Development Community’s organ on politics, defence and security co-operation’s virtual meeting was an eye-opener, and had one major ...

guest column:Emmanuel Zvada As we sail through these uncertain times, reorienting and adapting to the new normal has become the topmost priorities for every generation. Do you have ...

guest column:Robert Sigauke DEAR Cde President, THE legal fraternity was thrown into confusion last week when the Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Misheck Sibanda announced the ...

As many trends are emerging out in the world of finance and banking. One of the big well-known advancements in currency is done by cryptocurrency, mainly done by ...
Mnangagwa

AFTER the revelations or allegations that have been raised of possible corruption by President Emmerson Mnangagwa in the Zesa Holdings crisis which saw the Zesa chair, board chairperson ...

devotion column:Erasmus Makarimayi THERE is so much life that lies ahead than what the past offered for those who are courageous. They say the sky is the limit, ...

guest column:Miriam Tose Majome ADOPTION usually happens informally within extended family circles. Family members usually adopt their relatives’ children permanently or temporarily such that many children are raised ...

Stir The Pot :Paidamoyo Muzulu LAST week Zimbabwe was in a sort of frenzy politically. Political activists and the embattled President Emmerson Mnangagwa government were all concerned about ...

MOTIVATION:Ashley Thaba THE season finale of our TV show, Talking with the Thabas, is an episode on substance abuse. This show is really special because my father in ...

editorial comment THE Catholic church, under the Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops’ Conference banner, has spoken, and this is now the time for Zanu PF to listen. Do you have ...
Mnangagwa

By Terence Hornes For over two decades, Zimbabwe has lurched from one crisis to another. Its politics has also turned toxic characterised by populism, intolerance, violence, and corruption. ...

SOUTH AFRICAN President Cyril Ramaphosa has responded to loud calls for intervening in strife-torn neighbouring Zimbabwe by sending special envoys to Harare in another mediation effort since the ...

By Rukudzo M Mangoma MY four-year study at Great Zimbabwe University went by fast. Throughout the programme, it was an intrigue how the development studies degree course content ...