Scroll to Top

The Sunday Mail

The Leading Family Newspaper in Zimbabwe

Employees are not slaves and they should not be treated like they are not human. Sadly, the leadership style in most local companies subscribes to this ideology. ...

Zimbabweans are supposed to be fools and indeed, hakuna dunhu risina benzi, but no, we can’t let the international media set the agenda of what’s topical in Zimbabwe. We can’t let the international media create and define heroes for us. NO! ...

First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe (Picture by Believe Nyakudjara) On the occasion of First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe’s 50th birthday on July 23, 2015, The Sunday Mail’s Emilia Zindi spoke to President Mugabe’s sister, Pastor Dr Regina Gata, about her relationship with her sister-in-law. * * * ...

Cassper Nyovest, a South African musician THE recently held MTV Africa Music Awards, shortened to MAMAs, have left a sour taste in the mouths of some, especially the local contingent of musicians, who feel they have been short-changed. ...

The efficacy of the National Budget in fostering the envisaged sustainable socio-economic transformation lies not in the thickness of the document or the amount of graphs therein. ...

Cde Dennis Mlambo Last week, Cde Dennis Mlambo, whose Chimurenga name was Freeman Makoko gave us a chilling account of how members of the Crocodile Gang murdered some white man, while his wife was watching. ...

Stakeholders in the job market are calling for the overhaul of the labour laws so as to protect the interests of both the employer and the employee THE recent landmark judgements by the Supreme Court pertaining the dismissal and welfare of workers has put back into the spotlight the need to immediately revamp the country’s labour laws. ...

The Zhuwao Brief notes Muckracker’s infantile ramblings in response to July 19’s submission that newspaper publishers cannot become vendors. ...

Zimbabwe is this month seeing out its successful tenure as Sadc Chair and will pass the baton to Botswana. Under President Mugabe’s leadership, the regional grouping registered major successes, among them establishing a new economic order via the Industrialisation Strategy and Roadmap. The Sunday Mail Chief Reporter ...

Last week, there were fantastic articles in The Sunday Mail focusing on implications of the Supreme Court ruling on employment termination. ...

Even Bobbi Kristina Brown, the late daughter of Whitney Houston, has not been mourned as much as Cecil, The Lion (foreground) The story of Cecil, which should not need any introduction now, should be seen, first and foremost, as an indictment on the state of journalism in this country — we are so preoccupied with issues political, that we ignore some of the things happening...

The tale of a perverted Yankee with an obsession to inflict pain and misery, who hunted down a Zimbabwean lion for over two days with a bow and arrow, is strikingly symbolic of the manner in which the British and Americans have hunted down President Mugabe over the last two decades but have frustratingly failed to take him down. ...

LEGEND has it that on the Pillars of Hercules – the two columns one on either side of the Straits of Gibraltar where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean – were inscribed the words “Nec Plus Ultra”, which mean “No Further”. ...

Cde Leopold Takawira was buried at the National Heroes Acre in Harare on August 11 (fittingly Heroes Day) in 1982. ...

Zimbabwe’s economic solutions do not, in any way, lie in free termination of employment as the law currently provides. ...

Copy Protected by Chetans WP-Copyprotect.