Bishop Lazarus

10 hours ago | October 31, 2021

Bread often leads politics

IT seems no one quite appreciates the importance and value of bread to life. Bread is in fact life. It often occupies ...

6 months ago | May 16, 2021

Festival of cynics is coming to a painful end

HUMAN beings are creatures of habit. They are like leopards — they never change their spots. It is called nature. As ...

6 months ago | May 9, 2021

No one will whip anyone’s behind

AS a matter of principle and decency, the Bishop, as a man of the cloth, usually doesn’t obsess about individuals as ...

6 months ago | April 25, 2021

Elections have already been rigged

IN rural areas, men and women, just as cattle and donkeys, are beasts of burden. Life doesn’t come cheap and easy in ...

7 months ago | April 18, 2021

Long live to a revolution reborn!

Revolutions and revolutionaries never die. Sometimes they fade, but they never fade away. They somehow find a way to ...

7 months ago | April 11, 2021

If you sow mischief, you harvest grief

IN 2019, Zimbabwe experienced three days of darkness between January 14 and January 17. It seemed looneys had broken ...

7 months ago | April 4, 2021

Zimbabwe will soon soar with the eagles

At about this time last year, human beings seemed headed for extinction. Zimbabwe was also five days into an ...

7 months ago | March 21, 2021

Yes, you can legislate for patriotism

GROWING up in the village, one gets to appreciate the fact that not all dogs are the same. They are actually two ...

8 months ago | March 14, 2021

When giants are mistaken for pygmies

WATER is indeed life, and this year we had a lot of it, which means more life. You definitely need to be in the village ...

8 months ago | March 7, 2021

Every great party has a party-pooper

THE hallmark of good leadership is taking people where they ought to be instead of where they want to be. Sometimes what ...

8 months ago | February 28, 2021

Even Lord Malvern failed to deliver water to Byo

IN the old days, there was a special group of people called the Pharisees that did not particularly impress Jesus ...

8 months ago | February 21, 2021

The bane of deadbeat intellectuals

Talent seems to come with more than its fair share of baggage. Most often than not, gifted personalities belong to a ...

9 months ago | January 24, 2021

Zumbani shows how foolish we were

  A  long time ago, there lived a famed old man in Bishop Lazarus’ village. He was known far and wide for one ...

10 months ago | January 17, 2021

It has never been about democracy

On Wednesday, Americans will be slamming the door on a tumultuous Donald Trump presidency and giving the reins to ...