Letter from America: Mnangagwa badly advised on war with land barons!

The problem of homelessness was incurable because the land was owned by foreign companies and their local surrogate landlords.
By Kenneth Mufuka Feb. 25, 2024

Work towards common goal, Mandipaza urges women

The awards, which are supported by headline sponsor Autumna, will take place in London on March 8, which is the International Women’s Day.
By Style Reporter Feb. 25, 2024

Edutainment Mix: Metaphor and environment discourses in language of art

There is the portrayal of plants and wildlife, the sun, moon and the stars and the depiction of the times when men has co-existed with nature. 
By Raymond Millagre Langa Feb. 18, 2024

Jazz crooner to serenade lovers at Vumba’s White Horse Inn

An expert resident bird guide is available for guided bird walks upon request.
By Staff Reporter Feb. 14, 2024

Government mass evictions raise dust

Last month, Agriculture minister Anxious Masuka revealed plans to evict all those living illegally on state land that includes areas reserved for agriculture.
By Miriam Mangwaya Feb. 11, 2024

PUP leader requests meeting with ED to discuss national development

PUP's request highlights a potential shift in the political landscape of Zimbabwe, with a growing focus on cooperation over division.
By Staff Reporter Feb. 10, 2024

Man kills granny (94) over witchcraft

Mahoko said Takudzwa accused his grandmother of bewitching him before burning her clothes.
By Stephen Chadenga Feb. 7, 2024

Stop wetland degradation: ZLHR

It is celebrated to mark the anniversary of the signing of the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance commonly known as the Ramsar Convention in Ramsar, Iran.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 6, 2024

Exploring the significance of wetlands in African contexts, towards sustainable living

African wetlands are among the most vibrant and valuable ecosystems that provide natural and forest resources that rural communities largely depend on.
By Peter Makwanya Feb. 5, 2024