Basic insight into divine blessing

Many feel disfranchised because of where they come from. Their families do not make it in the who is who of achievers and royalty.
By Erasmus Makarimayi 2h ago

Arab twist to plunder ‘confirms deeply rooted criminal syndicate’

Mutsvangwa told reporters that an unnamed former Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor had struck a deal with the Arabs where Zimbabwe would exchange gold for US dollars.
By Julia Ndlela 23h ago

No room for politicking in food distribution

It is estimated that about 2,7 million people will require food aid with the number expected to rise in the third quarter of the year.
By Newsday Apr. 17, 2024

Rights abuses surge as hunger bites

Zimbabwe faces an acute food crisis with the country expected to have reduced yields due to erratic rainfall during the 2023/24 agricultural season.
By Vanessa Gonye Apr. 17, 2024

Stop Zanu PF extortionists, villagers plead

This year’s national independence day commemorations will be held in Buhera district, but other celebrations will be conducted at district and provincial levels countrywide.
By Miriam Mangwaya Apr. 14, 2024

Mlalazi eyes Nigeria’s Clima awards

The Climas are apex Christian awards in Nigeria, aimed at celebrating Christian professionals and ministers of God with integrity in every sphere of life irrespective of age and gender.
By Life & Style Reporter Apr. 10, 2024

Zanu PF exploits churches

Chivayo was continuing a Zanu PF tradition where ruling party officials are known to gate-crash church events to buy support, especially during the elections.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Apr. 8, 2024

Sunday Word: A new season is upon us

Every bondage that was set against against us was nullified by His death and resurrection.
By Prosper Tingini Apr. 7, 2024

Bulawayo residents endure dry Easter

In a letter dated March 30, town clerk Christopher Dube announced water supply interruptions in all residential areas.
By Innocent Magondo Apr. 2, 2024