Tomorrow is Independence Day, which undoubtedly is an important milestone in the country’s history.
Rwandans have been commemorating the 20th anniversary of the mass slaughter that convulsed their nation in 1994 and left a legacy of civil strife.
For more than a decade, Zimbabwean cricket has hogged the limelight, unfortunately for reasons and much less to do with onfield activity.
“I prefer death to surrender,” said Pakistan’s former military dictator, Pervez Musharraf.
WHEN we interact with other people on a daily basis, we formulate our opinions about them regarding their demeanour, language, appearance and other various ways in which people are ordinarily categorised.
LAST week this column observed that, notwithstanding the multitude of scarcities and shortages afflicting Zimbabwe, the country has some surpluses, of which poverty continues to be one of the greatest of the few surpluses.
Muckraker had a good chuckle last weekend when the Herald told us that it was “carnival time, Brazil takes over”.
THE dire warning from the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) that the country faces tougher times ahead with the cash-squeeze worsening
FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa is expected to attend spring meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank Group in Washington DC
AFTER President Robert Mugabe and Zanu PF’s controversial landslide victory in last year’s general elections, which almost wiped out the main opposition MDC