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King Kay storms into UK song-writing award finals

King Kay is in the finals after the submission of his project Breakthrough in the RnB/Soul category in June, last year.
By Sindiso Dube Jan. 15, 2023

Council fleet now ‘too old’

The concerns were raised in the latest council minutes where indications were made that the local authority was facing challenges in service delivery.
By Silas Nkala Dec. 19, 2022

Zim author makes waves in UK

Her story, submitted in the Bath Flash Fiction Award competition, was chosen among the top 50 from thousands of entries across the world.
By Life & Style Reporter Oct. 31, 2022

Zim actress behind scenes in international movie

“Every single body that came to the studios had to report to my office first, be it the producer, director, actors or even extras.
By Life & Style Reporter Oct. 23, 2022

Success Life: Six drivers of great leadership

Most leaders want to spell out their dreams, aspirations and vision
By Jonah Nyoni Oct. 22, 2022

T20 World Cup roars into life ...Chevrons aim at Ireland

Zimbabwe will be making a sixth appearance at the biennial competition while they are also making a return to the event for the first time since 2016.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Oct. 15, 2022

King Kay nominated in UK awards

King Kay said he is hoping to win in his category and be rewarded for his writing.
By Sindiso Dube Oct. 9, 2022

Hebrew scriptures: Mortality and meaning

To counter that sense of loss and bereavement, the Torah employs one of Judaism’s great principles: The Holy One, blessed be He, creates the remedy before the disease.[1] Before any of the deaths are mentioned we read about the strange ritual of the red heifer, which purified people who had been in contact with death — the archetypal source of impurity. That ritual, often deemed incomprehensible, is in fact deeply symbolic.

By The Independent Jul. 10, 2022

Hebrew scriptures: Mortality and meaning

To counter that sense of loss and bereavement, the Torah employs one of Judaism’s great principles: The Holy One, blessed be He, creates the remedy before the disease.[1] Before any of the deaths are mentioned we read about the strange ritual of the red heifer, which purified people who had been in contact with death — the archetypal source of impurity. That ritual, often deemed incomprehensible, is in fact deeply symbolic.

By The Independent Jul. 10, 2022