Healthy eating contributes to physical, mental well-being

Foods that are high in iodine can also support the brain development and thyroid function of the baby. These include seafood, dairy products and iodised salt.
By Igo Wellness Mar. 1, 2024
Car rental scammers now targeting visitors
Car rental scammers now targeting visitors
The scammer disappears, leaving the visitor without a vehicle and their hard-earned money gone.
By Jacob Mutisi Mar. 1, 2024
Climate change versus women empowerment
In terms of empowerment women may also be well positioned to lead adaptation efforts alongside men.
By Tinashe Chikodzi Mar. 1, 2024
Demolitions: Are the ‘sabhukus’ at fault?
While the allocation of houses by village heads has been a longstanding practice, the recent demolitions have been justified by the government on several grounds
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Mar. 1, 2024
Enhancing the hiring process
This leads to better job fit, boosting employee satisfaction and lowering turnover.
By Memory Nguwi Mar. 1, 2024
Why living standards measures are important
The use of LSM data raises ethical considerations regarding privacy, consent, and the responsible use of consumer information.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Mar. 1, 2024
The utility of neutrality
Enough of those nuclear missiles and bombers would be intercepted over Canada to destroy the country even if it weren’t targeted directly, so membership in Nato wouldn’t save it.
By Gwynne Dyer Mar. 1, 2024
Fully electric GWM ORA 03 is a charming proposition
The first GWM electric vehicle arrived in Zimbabwe with a compelling offer. The GWM Ora 03 300 is the subject of my analysis.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Mar. 1, 2024
The many hoops littering Mnangagwa’s third term bid
President Mnangagwa is six months into his second term. By all accounts, including his own words, this is his final term in office.
By Mike Murenzvi Mar. 1, 2024
Solar energy: A strategic investment for local firms
Start small and with what you have. Have passion for what you do, be willing to learn and collaborate with others.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Mar. 1, 2024
The ‘comedy of errors’ endures
Unexpectedly, and in a rare display of professionalism, Dynamos fired Chawonza over his comments on Billiat’s latest signing.
By Muckraker Mar. 1, 2024
Taking charge of your health: Cancer prevention month
Talk Cancer Zim is there to shed light on these preventable risk factors and offer guidance on how to effectively reduce the risk of cancer.
RBZ shuffling cards on economic stability
When the RBZ relaxes the monetary policy by expanding money supply, this is often reflected by increased demand in the economy for goods as well as value preservation.
By Tinashe Duma Mar. 1, 2024
Making sense of Deloitte’s exit
The announcement of the exit of Deloitte and Touche Zimbabwean from local operations was welcomed by a mixed reaction of feelings in the market.
By Rufaro Hozheri Mar. 1, 2024
Fix Bulawayo-Victoria Falls highway
The highway claimed many lives last year, including two members of InsimbiZezhwane.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Mar. 1, 2024
Zim needs clarity, action on food situation
Zimbabwe’s industry is agro-based, which means a shortage of inputs will force company closures and job losses because lay-offs would be inevitable.
By Alfonce Mbizwo Mar. 1, 2024
Alexei Navalny murder
There will be another chance for Russia sooner or later, and another after that if they mess it up again. And one day, there will be statues of Alexei Navalny in Moscow.
By Gwynne Dyer Feb. 23, 2024
The mirage of democracy
This setback for the CCC was amplified by allegations of Zanu PF deploying a Trojan horse strategy through Sengezo Tshabangu.
By Belinda Jamela Feb. 23, 2024
By-elections: Women voices remain muted
It is important to ask why political parties are not fielding more women for direct election. And what this means for the future of representative politics in Zimbabwe.
By Vanessa Chidanyika Feb. 23, 2024
Hanke got it right on RBZ quasi-fiscal activities
During the discourse, Hanke pointed out that the real bane in fixing the currency crisis was the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ).
By Tatira Zwinoira Feb. 23, 2024
The Proton Saga 1.3 is a bargain
Unfortunately, Zimbabwe does not have a single Proton dealership. It would be great if a franchise could be brought to Zimbabwe by an organised dealership.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Feb. 23, 2024
What’s fuelling cholera in Southern Africa?
Here’s a breakdown of what’s causing the spread and how many people have been affected:
By Shola Lawa Feb. 23, 2024
Puma lays out investment plans
Puma Energy Zimbabwe is proactively engaging with industry partners and regulatory bodies to ensure a reliable and steady fuel supply
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Feb. 23, 2024
Full stomachs are troublesome
Another way our patriots are showing commitment to the youth is to campaign for a man aged over 80 to stay in power for several more years.
By Muckracker Feb. 23, 2024
Power of bias in critical thinking
For instance, a student might attribute a good grade to their intelligence and hard work, while attributing a poor grade to a difficult test or a biased teacher.
By Agripa Nyahuma Feb. 23, 2024
Policy uncertainty and investor sentiment, investors on the edge?
 Assuming a new currency comes in the picture as speculated, confidence levels will also weigh on sentiment and equally plunge the market.
By Tinashe Duma Feb. 23, 2024
The state of Zim capital markets
Collective investments, which allow pooling of capital from the public for the purpose of investing it in a certain investment, are an integral part of our capital markets.
By Rufaro Hozheri Feb. 23, 2024