Hon Shiri’s passing ‘a painful blow’ – Minister Mutsvangwa

INFORMATION, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Senator Monica Mutsvangwa has joined Zimbabweans in mourning the passing of the Minister of Lands, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement, retired Air Marshall Perence Shiri.…

Frontline Workers: Unsung Covid-19 Heroes

By ZBC Reporter HEROES and heroines are admired for their courage, selfless sacrifice and risking their own lives to save others. As the nation celebrates its heroes, we cast the…

What drove Asia’s economic success stories, and what should Africa emulate?

By Mills Soko, University of the Witwatersrand The remarkable economic transformation of Asia in recent decades has attracted global attention. It has ignited scholarly and policy debates about the region’s…

Why one of three African candidates fits the bill as new WTO head

By Mills Soko, University of the Witwatersrand and Mzukisi Qobo, University of the Witwatersrand The next director-general of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) will replace Brazilian Roberto de Azevedo, who…

Sigh of relief for 71 Mt Hampden vulnerable children as relief pours in

By ZBC Reporter ZIMBABWEANS are indeed one and the spirit of ubuntu is still among us despite modernity and dilution of moral values due to globalisation. Following a ZBC News…

Govt urged to prioritise sexual reproductive health under lock down

By Abigirl Tembo AS governments around the world tighten lockdown measures to curb the spread of COVID-19, sexual reproductive health is one of the many essential health services which have…

Njemani, a brew that has stood the test of time among the Shangani people

By Josephine Mugiyo THE traditional Njemani brew remains an integral part of the Shangani people and in some instances, feuds have arisen over the ownership of the palm trees that…

South Africa loses the last of the Rivonia triallists

Andrew Mlangeni 1925-2020: South Africa loses the last of the Rivonia triallists South African freedom struggle stalwart Andrew Mlangeni at the UN. Keith Gottschalk, University of the Western Cape Anti-apartheid…

South Africans should accept that the IMF is neither their worst enemy nor their saviour

South Africans should accept that the IMF is neither their worst enemy nor their saviour South Africans will know the terms of the IMF loan at the end of July.…

The Lonely Grave visited

By ZBC Reporter While the practice of choosing ones final resting place is now common, the reason behind such decisions is a mystery, just like the story of the Lonely…