By Archie Mathibela Fewer professions have been reviled and celebrated in equal measure as the practice of Public Relations. Those who know its value celebrate it for the goodwill it creates for their brands,...
Around 2011, Germany’s Allensbach Institute asked Germans; “what do you fear the most?” The findings told a story that every Zimbabwean policy maker must hear. Their number one fear was growing old...
By Tapiwa Mashakada and Miriam Mushayi Wheels have finally come off as the Zimbabwe government has been cornered and forced to involuntarily de-dollarise without a plan. When government introduced...
By Engineer Jacob Mutisi According to Zimstat, Zimbabwe had 93 714 university students as at August 2017, but only 25 952 polytechnic students. Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital city, has six universities but only one polytechnic.
War hero Dumiso Dabengwa, who died at 79 on May 23, played a central role in the building the intelligence unit of ZAPU. He was also central in determining how ZPRA, the pioneering military wing of ZAPU,...
Fortune Chasi, the new Energy and Power Development Minister, will not miraculously solve the Zimbabwe fuel and power crisis. But what he can do is to communicate it better than his predecessor did. At the centre of...
By Prosper B. Matondi  The harrowing news of villagers and school children being buried alive and then washed away while they slept in their huts, houses and dormitories and images of villagers picking decapitated...
By Lincoln Mutasa There are a lot of issues that creep up across the board when we discuss the sports industry in Zimbabwe, but I believe some of the issues are just symptoms of...
There has been more political than legal criticism of the judgement on Nelson Chamisa, and it is because no real legal criticism exists, writes lawyer David Hofisi ___ The High Court...
When Godfrey Huggins was prime minister of Southern Rhodesia between 1933 and 1953, he made sure black workers would not be allowed to organise as unions. His reasons:  “The European in this country can be likened to...
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