A photographer’s way of self-expression

A simple shot becomes a vivid story when images are created with distinct subjects that evoke strong emotions.
By Sharon Zebra Feb. 3, 2024

Zimbos can elect recycled politicians at own peril

Why is it that a coach fired from one team on the grounds of incompetence and dismal performance, is immediately hired by another?
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Jul. 12, 2023

Religious Column: Basic wisdom for living

There are encouraging biblical promises of victory. Opposition may come but you will prevail in accordance with divine will.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Feb. 25, 2023

Does a Honda fit all?

The one-size-fits-all approach does not work in education. We are reminded that there is one ministry, one Education Act, one curriculum, one examination board.
By Tim Middleton Jan. 8, 2023

Industry 4.0: The smart business for today’s entrepreneur

The internet in developing countries is largely underutilised especially in Africa.
By Francis Chitambira Dec. 12, 2022

Building Narratives: Even Albert Einstein wrote

Shortly before his death, Einstein got into a pact with philosopher Bertrand Russell where the two intellectuals penned a powerful address dubbed Russel-Einstein Manifesto in which they made an intellectual appeal warning the world leaders of the severe consequences of a nuclear war. The address which was in the form of a letter read:

By The Standard Apr. 24, 2022

Building Narratives: Even Albert Einstein wrote

Shortly before his death, Einstein got into a pact with philosopher Bertrand Russell where the two intellectuals penned a powerful address dubbed Russel-Einstein Manifesto in which they made an intellectual appeal warning the world leaders of the severe consequences of a nuclear war. The address which was in the form of a letter read:

By The Standard Apr. 24, 2022

Imagine . . . .

We are called to imagine there is no heaven or hell yet the same people will deem such places as already being figments of people’s imagination.

By The Standard Mar. 20, 2022

Imagine . . . .

We are called to imagine there is no heaven or hell yet the same people will deem such places as already being figments of people’s imagination.

By The Standard Mar. 20, 2022