Letter from America: The devil is tearing US United Methodism to shreds!
I shall share with you a few causes that are at the heart of the break-up of United Methodism today.
By Kenneth Mufuka Feb. 19, 2023
Licensed copper dealers behind cable thefs: Zesa
Some of the power infrastructure targeted by vandals include conductors, poles, transformers and pylons, which are used to make boats and water tanks.
By EMMANUEL MPOFU Feb. 17, 2023
Copper cable thief jailed 20 years.
He managed to take his loot before seeking medication at a local hospital.
By SIMBARASHE SITHOLE Feb. 12, 2023
Why livestock can be good for the environment
In places like Zimbabwe livestock production is integral to mixed farming systems and in the drier areas.
By Ian Scoones Jan. 24, 2023
Did we steal Enoch Sontonga’s song?
Today, in Zimbabwe the law of copyright is governed by the Copyright and Neighbouring Rights Act.
By Fred Zindi Jan. 22, 2023
Copper cable thieves jailed 10 years
The accused persons had no legal representation.
By Vanessa Gonye Jan. 15, 2023
Insights into COP15 Kunming-Montreal Agreement on Biodiversity 2022
The United Nations Environmental Programme stated that the planet is experiencing a dangerous decline in nature as a result of human activity.
By Tichakunda Maposa Jan. 6, 2023
Climate change: The least of many Zimbabweans’ worries
One might argue that economic hardships are limiting people’s ability to take action when it comes to climate action but, from where I stand, it is because the will is non-existent.
By Hazel Sethaunyane Jan. 6, 2023
After COP’s failed fossil phase-out, the case for phasing-in biofuels
As climate delegations boarded their planes home, it was clear that any formal phase-out of petroleum remained a pipe dream.
By Bryan Sherbacow Dec. 25, 2022
No joy for Biti