Cosafa should just spare us the 'beatings'

On that premise, whichever team Tapera is taking to South Africa, the appeal is : Please, spare us the beatings, we have had enough.
By Michael Kariati 11h ago

Four Zimbos jailed 65 years in SA

The five-man gang broke into the clinic, making off with laptops and computers before fleeing the scene in a red Nissan Hardbody bakkie.
By Rex Mphisa Jun. 22, 2024

Model defines journey as full of grace

I am a 16-year-old student at Midlands Christian College in Gweru. I was born in Bulawayo and went to Petra College Junior.
By Sharon Zebra Jun. 22, 2024

Zim emigrants celebrate e-passport application in SA

The move will make the documents easily accessible in the neighbouring country, where over one million Zimbabweans migrated to in search of greener pastures.
By Silas Nkala Jun. 20, 2024

Zim needs to import 1 million tonnes of maize to stave off hunger: US

Southern Africa is currently reeling under an El Niño-induced drought, with some countries like Zimbabwe, hard hit.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jun. 18, 2024

Knowledge of climate-induced migration not adequate in developing countries

It should not be deliberate and twisted, but should be highly informed with sufficient knowledge and information on climate change literacy.
By Peter Makwanya Jun. 17, 2024

Challenging situation ahead for SA

The police and security forces which were deliberately weakened post-apartheid era will be strengthened for political reasons, but disguised as improving safety and security.
By Tapiwa Gomo Jun. 17, 2024

Tapera is not the problem

Lesotho have five points while Nigeria have three points but it is how the Warriors have fallen from grace to grass that is the major talking point.
By Michael Kariati Jun. 16, 2024

Candid Comment: Manufactured crisis to enrich politicians, cronies

It is far higher than the region’s conflict flashpoints and war zones - where goods are looted by warlords and militia, triggering grinding shortages and steep price hikes.
By Shame Makoshori Jun. 14, 2024