In Conversation With Trevor: Sikhala: Prison stint hardened me

I was thrown into  solitary confinement,  21/2-metre by one metre prison cell where I endured the whole long stay by myself in that prison.
By In Conversation With Trevor Feb. 25, 2024

Nyarota’s latest book takes aim at opposition

Journalist Geoffrey Nyarota has released his latest book, ‘The Journalist as an Outcast: Perils of Investigative Reporting in Zimbabwe.’
By Dudzai Sambiri Feb. 23, 2024

Building Narratives: SECURICO boss shares gold nuggets in new book

Simbi-Ndhlukula stated that it was her hope and desire to help the next generation of African leaders in business.
By Fungayi Antony Sox Feb. 18, 2024

Precious Nyika speaks about shift from CEO to entrepreneur

I remember I used to just cry everyday. I would just sit and just cry, and my husband said okay let us go on a break, I think you need a few days away.
By Trevor Ncube Feb. 4, 2024

Leaving Lafarge was not easy: Nyika

The executive made a shock exit from the company in 2021 after 18 months at the helm.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Jan. 31, 2024

Trevor Ncube: I thought I would be a lawyer

I missed law by one point, and I was absolutely heartbroken because I wanted to be a lawyer.
By In Conversation With Trevor Jan. 7, 2024

Manica Diamonds ready to sparkle

Manica Diamonds are scheduled to begin their preseason preparations this morning ahead of the league’s kickoff which is expected at the end of February.
By Henry Mhara Jan. 5, 2024

Make-up artist challenges stereotypes

Magosha hopes that one day make-up artists be treated the same regardless of their sex.
By Sharon Zebra Jan. 3, 2024

Guramatunhu on why Africans must stick to natural hair

Eye specialist Solomon Guramatunhu says he is pioneering an academy that will teach young people to be proud of who they are and inspire them to change Zimbabwe’s fortunes.
By In Conversation With Trevor Dec. 24, 2023