Decoloniality vs mental re-orientation

African victories are not determined by the applause from the people but by Western institutions. It is the same with elections.
By Tapiwa Gomo Feb. 19, 2024

Theatre lovers enjoy three-some lengthy productions treat

He added that the Trust realises the strong need to quench the appetite of theatre lovers with good and high quality theatre plays.
By Sharon Sibindi Feb. 18, 2024
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MPs take govt to task over US$18bn debt

Major lenders have, however, demanded that Zimbabwe clears its debts to the World Bank, the African Development Bank, the Paris Club and others before approaching them.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Feb. 12, 2024

Letter to my people: Tshabangu has shown his true colours

After declaring himself interim secretary general, Sengezo Tshabangu has gone a step further to impose himself as a senator for Bulawayo.
By Doctor Stop It Feb. 11, 2024

EU extends Zim sanctions

The bloc said it would closely monitor the country’s human rights situation to determine whether the sanctions will stay or not.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Feb. 5, 2024

Switzerland helps to bring about climate-resilient agriculture in Zim

The project is part of the €40 million Zimbabwe Agriculture Growth Programme, launched by the European Union in 2016 to support the country’s livestock sector.
By Swissinfor Feb. 5, 2024

Fairer taxation can curb health inequalities

There is massive brain drain at the moment with thousands of healthcare workers flocking to Europe to seek better survival chances.
By Johannes Marisa Feb. 4, 2024

Feature: South Africa scores below ‘flawed democracies’ in corruption index

Those abusing power escape accountability and the widespread harm to victims goes unremedied.
By Mail & Guardian. Feb. 2, 2024

Alliance Francaise amplifies support for local arts

Ripoud said in March they were bringing three Burkina Faso singers (sisters) based in France to perform in Harare and Bulawayo.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Feb. 1, 2024