Building narratives: The four agreements–a good read for the dreamers

The book essentially talks about how dreaming is the main function of the mind and how at birth humans were domesticated to dream or think in a certain way
By Fungayi Antony Sox Mar. 31, 2024

Remembering top musician Green Jangano

Today, we unveil the tombstone in loving memory of one of Zimbabwe’s greatest musicians, Greenford Jangano, at Warren Hills Cemetery.
By Fred Zindi Mar. 16, 2024

Politicians can’t lie no more

Technology has empowered ordinary Zimbabweans to become citizen journalists, armed with smartphones and internet connectivity.
By Jacob Mutisi Mar. 8, 2024

Google’s use of student data could effectively ban Chromebooks from Denmark schools

The agency found that Google uses student data from Chromebooks and Google Workplace for Education “for its own purposes,” which isn’t allowed under European privacy law.
By The Verge Feb. 8, 2024

The vision pro is here – what does it mean for the future of the metaverse?

Take the world of online casinos and iGaming for example.
By Newsday Feb. 5, 2024

Zim loves the trivial

These are some of the serious matters needing urgent attention, but are always on the back burner, overshadowed by internal party-political dynamics in the opposition.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Feb. 3, 2024

Ezra Tshisa Sibanda joins race for Bosso hot seat

Nominations for the elections have been opened and candidates pick up their nomination papers upon payment of US$200.
By Fortune Mbele and Sindiso Dube Jan. 14, 2024

The piercing sword of the Spirit

Religious people and those in error are prepared to die for falsehoods mainly because it is a source of livelihood.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Jan. 13, 2024

Rampant cyberbullying in China sparks national concerns

China has been gearing up for a fight against Cyber bullying and authorities are analyzing public opinion on new guidelines to punish online offenders.
By English Pardafas Dec. 11, 2023