THE news is always awash with tragic stories of lovers killing or assaulting each other over alleged infidelity and betrayal.
There’s a general misconception among some misinformed circles that the grace message is powerless.
One thing that has kept this column alive for three years now are touching stories that I get from people who follow this column. Stories spice human life. All of us have stories. These are stories of pain, pleasure, experiences and great memories.
“We will fight fire with fire, every blow is to be avenged with an even sharper knock, every hit to be countered by a boxer’s sharp punch.”
THE doctors’ strike entered its third day yesterday, with the medical practitioners and the doctors talking at each other, but not to each other, further exacerbating the stalemate.
There was bemusement, shock and derision when Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor, John Mangudya, revealed that Zimbabweans were paying $200 million annually to South Africa’s Multichoice for DStv, but that is the price you pay for bad policies.
TWO decisions by the Bulawayo City Council have in the past few days been the subject for debate in the city and across Zimbabwe.
The Zanu PF government was playing hide-and-seek on the issue of the bonus, while no one in the civil service was certain about their pay dates, which changed every month.
Munyaradzi Kereke almost single-handedly destroyed — or, indeed, did destroy — former Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor, Gideon Gono after the latter sacked him in 2012.
In any sport in the world, players do all it takes to stay fit, so they can excel and meet the demands of the sport.