EXTRA

4 years ago | October 26, 2014

Mbuya Nehanda’s bones speaking

Eunice Charandura Mushakwe was just an ordinary girl growing up in the Zibagwe river escarpment of Chirimuhanzu communal ...

4 years ago | October 19, 2014

Sex predator stalks Murambinda

RESIDENTS of Murambinda growth point in Buhera and surrounding areas are now scared of walking in bushy areas for fear ...

200 000 for Prophet Magaya prayer night

AT LEAST 200 000 congregants are expected to throng the Prophetic Healing Deliverance Ministries (PHD) church in Harare ...

HEALTH: Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), an HIV time-bomb

The rise in sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in Harare points to the indulgence in unprotected sex despite the ...

RELIGION: Winning souls through football

WHAT started as a mere social football gathering for Christians from various denominations in the capital has led to the ...

RELIGION: Sharing the ‘40 Lessons in 40 Years’

It is my pleasure to welcome you, dear reader, to this brand new column. As a Christian myself, I am so much excited as ...

DIVINE APPOINTMENTS: ‘Zim must become a praying nation’

A number of factors inspired this instalment, chief among them God’s unconditional love for Zimbabwe. He has walked with ...

Reality Show “Preachers of L.A” Bishop expected on ...

World-renowned United States-based preacher Bishop Noel Jones is expected in the country on Wednesday to attend Passion ...

Mazrui: Epitome of intellectual tolerance

From Sifelani Tsiko in NAIROBI, Kenya Mazrui was a prolific imaginative writer, producing history books and essays that ...

The Holy Qur’aan Speaks: Social teachings of Islam

By Umari Stambuli In the Islamic value system, good social conduct and commendable manners occupy a prominent position. ...

The Age of Loneliness is killing us

By George Monbiot What do we call this time? It’s not the Information Age: the collapse of popular education movements ...

Small-scale miners make inroads

The closure of C Mine, about 15km east of Mberengwa, brought despair and desperation to the gold-producing concern’s 200 ...

EDUCATION: Brain Checker phenomenon comes to Zim

Technology knows no bounds, so goes the old cliché. Imagine being able to determine what your child can become when they ...

New era beckons for education sector

Every Zimbabwean child deserves access to a world-class education system that encourages skills development and allows ...