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Seize the chance to unite nation, now!

Your Excellency, upon commencement of your Presidency, you hastened to be ardently prodigal with the trust citizenry had deposited in you.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Nov. 30, 2022

Bulawayo’s Glory found new ways to write about violence and peace

The hope is to create “the kind of glory that burns eternal and glows with living light”.
By The Conversation Nov. 29, 2022

Letters: I feel cheated by Mugabe’s ouster

I was too excited and hopeful as the events of that fateful week were unfolding. Reality has now sunk in.
By AMH Voices Nov. 22, 2022

Letters: Cancellation of voters’ concert cause for concern

The recent cancellation of the students voter registration activation in Bulawayo by authorities is an affront to ideals of a free society.
By AMH Voices Nov. 16, 2022

Commonwealth: Let’s not take chances

The country was in the wilderness for 15 years and only returned to the Commonwealth family at independence in 1980.
By Newsday Nov. 16, 2022

Govt lagging behind on promises to uphold socio-economic development

Five years on, we reflect on the current socio-economic conditions, especially defining the lived realities of the poor and a far from pleasing picture is painted.
By AMH Voices Nov. 9, 2022

Critical moments in history

We rehabilitated the railway line, replaced the old wooden sleepers with steel ones.
By Eddie Cross Oct. 21, 2022

Mugabe continues to spark debate from grave

The recently premiered film, titled Mugabe which chronicles Mugabe’s rise and fall continues to ignite debate attracting mixed feelings among film enthusiasts.
By Winston Antonio Sep. 22, 2022

Mr President, longevity is a treasure beyond measure

Commonly, at the age of 80 years, one’s contemporaries will be conspicuous by faded inscriptions on their tombstones.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Sep. 21, 2022