‘Zim shooting self in the foot’

Zimbabwe has arrears and debt and because of that, no new requests have ever been made.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 3, 2024

Food & Travel: What it takes to be a good pastry chef

From tempering chocolate to piping delicate decorations, every step in the pastry-making process must be executed with care and precision.
By Ruwarashe Muzamhindo Apr. 12, 2024

Abandoning the Sahel

So how do you get from that (fairly neutral) fact to the current catastrophe? First, there is just not enough money coming in
By Gwynne Dyer Jan. 5, 2024

Out & about: Dua Lipa’s pop lulu smacks ‘Houdini’

News-buzzing, Dua Lipa’s umpteen manias on the far side of the universe of euphony saw her launch Service95 — an international style, culture, and society editorial platform.
By Grant Moyo Nov. 19, 2023

Diasporas plot ED ambush at UN

CCC chairperson for the North American province Tawanda Dzvokora confirmed to NewsDay yesterday that the protests are on tomorrow.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Kenneth Nyangani and Silas Nkala Sep. 20, 2023

US tweets on polls blown out of proportion

However, Harare did not take kindly to the tweets and has urged the US to “refrain from posting such messages in the spirit of re-engagement”.
By Newsday Jun. 1, 2023

Govt summons US envoy over poll tweets

French is holding station for new ambassador Pamela Tremont who is yet to assume office.
By Sizalokuhle Ncube May. 31, 2023

Munetsi receives high honour in France

The 26-year-old received the award at a colourful event that was held on Sunday evening in France.
By Terry Madyauta May. 30, 2023

Vive La difference.

If we are going to do that, then education is going to have to be different from what it is now and what it has been.
By Tim Middleton May. 7, 2023