The Soccer Whiz: Vini came, he saw and he conquered
Vini Junior meanwhile had come, seen and conquered and Real Madrid and La Liga had their star attraction for the next decade.
By Zak Hawa May. 28, 2023
Heartbroken Uche hangs boots prematurely
Gutu, who is the youngest player to don the Warriors jersey, also revealed that he was involved in a car accident, which also affected his health.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere May. 14, 2023
Accelerate formal, informal ways of climate education
There is need for people to adapt to climate change and cushion themselves from climate shocks.
By Peter Makwanya Apr. 17, 2023
Stimela commits to Jah Prayzah’s 3G Band
Jah Prayzah’s long serving vocalist, Stimela, has been making big strides in her music career, independent from the 3G band.
By Bridget Wadzanai Mavhimira Apr. 9, 2023
Al Jazeera exposé: Mangwana under fire
Zimbabwe Democracy Institute director Pedzisai Ruhanya accused Mangwana of condoning corruption in the country.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Mar. 28, 2023
7 pupils injured as classroom floors cave in
Kwekwe Central legislator Judith Tobaiwa has confirmed the accident saying she would soon be at the school to assess the situation.
By Blessed Mhlanga Mar. 16, 2023
‘Winky D’s life in danger’
Mapfumo named his style of music Chimurenga, aptly meaning a “little flame”, the name of a previous revolutionary movement in the late 19th century which fought colonialists.
By Sindiso Dube Mar. 12, 2023
Embracing the “God Culture in Africa”: An album review
Zimbabwe is predominantly a Christian country and the arts industry penetrates deeply into the gospel music circuit.
By Raymond Millagre Langa Feb. 19, 2023
Sunday Word: Office of the Pope demonised (Part 1)
A lot has been said and written, with scriptures quoted, to support some people’s opinions in trying to label the office of the pontiff as an institution of evil.
By Prosper Tingini Feb. 12, 2023
Senate passes ‘Patriot Bill’...Proposed law now awaits Presidential assent
CSOs flag ‘judicial capture’
By Silas Nkala