Mass shootings in South Africa are often over group turf: how to stop the cycle of reprisals

Published: July 18, 2022 3.49pm SAST Mass shootings in South Africa are often over group turf: how to stop the cycle of reprisals South African police minister, Bheki Cele, centre,…

Breastfeeding identified as panacea to Paediatric illnesses

By Abigirl Tembo, Health Editor BREASTFEEDING has been cited as key in the fight against infant mortality and malnutrition. This comes as several communities on the African continent are facing…

Sanctions or corruption destroying Zimbabwe?

By Rutendo Bereza Matinyarare NOTE: this article is long and detailed, it gives an exhaustive account on US sanctions in Zimbabwe. The article is one of those you read and…

Good Samaritan saves teen girl from commiting suicide

By Margaret Matibiri IN a world where men are constantly viewed as predators who are out to take advantage of vulnerable young girls, this has not been the case for…

What happened to ZISCO, Africa’s biggest iron smelter?

By Rutendo Matinyarare I find the story of ZISCO Steel very fascinating because many Zimbabweans peddle falsehoods about the reason it collapsed, due to lack of history. And by not…

Causes of the Zimbabwean currency crisis?

By Rutendo Matinyarare Many Zimbabweans seem puzzled by the currency volatility that we are experiencing in the country at the moment. However, in April 2022, the US National Bureau of…

What is capitalism?

By Rutendo Matinyarare “In a nutshell capitalism is a legalised form of theft or corruption by the elite”. It’s a privilege based system in which a few, select individuals get…

Ensuring food security among refugees in Zimbabwe

By Justin Mahlahla According to the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations, “Food security exists when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient,…

Never forget, Smith’s youths chose death over the hell that was Rhodesia

By Rutendo Matinyarare Ian Smith was removed from power in 1980 by 14 and 16-year-olds who were forced to mature early and to seek military training and guns in Zambia,…

15th Post Cabinet Briefing in full

FIFTEENTH POST-CABINET PRESS BRIEFING 7TH JUNE, 2022 ZIMBABWE’S RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND REPORT ON THE PROCUREMENT AND ROLLOUT OF VACCINES Cabinet received an update on the Country‘s Response…