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4 months ago | September 16, 2018

Why pregnant women shouldn’t drink

Emmanuel Kafe Alcohol impacts people and societies in different ways and is determined by the volume consumed, the ...

The plight of aged immigrants

Langton Nyakwenda recently in HWANGE At its peak, Kamativi Tin Mine was once the biggest underground tin mine in Africa, ...

Primary counsellors trained in sign language

Tadiwa Nyatanga-Pfupa NAC Communications Officer In its quest to end AIDS by 2030 without leaving anyone behind, the ...

5 months ago | September 9, 2018

Sleeping giant awakens

The temperatures around Mushumbi Pools, especially during this time of the year, can be unforgiving. One can literally ...

No drought, but brace for erratic rains

The 2018/19 seasonal rainfall outlook is out and a lean summer season is in forecast.

HIV battle hurt by own success

The global effort to fight HIV and Aids is in danger of losing ground due to “dangerous complacency” and an ...

ZimFund helps boost Harare water

Forty metres from Ms Wendy Bosha’s home in Dzivarasekwa, lies a raw sewage “pool”. It stinks! As if that is not enough, ...

The unaccounted for generation

Emmanuel Kafe In a village in Nyazura in Manicaland, young children indulge in role-playing games – commonly ...

5 months ago | September 2, 2018

Tackling climate change in Mbire

A 20-cubic metre biogas digester, probably the first one of such a size to be built in Mbire district at Chitsungo ...

It’s a lonely life behind bars

Veronica Gwaze A fortnight ago, the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services had one of its biggest annual events — ...

Mbire in massive road revamp

The name Chitsungo might not ring an echo to someone down in Beitbridge, neither might it sound any familiar in any ...

Majaya becomes the cog in development drive

Having been born and bred in Mbire, there could not have been a better candidate to be the chief executive officer of ...

Life changing projects for communities

Lying in the Zambezi Escarpment, Mbire is notorious for high daytime temperatures, poor and erratic rainfall patterns ...

Cement shortages signal building boom

Cement shortages are bad, right? Not necessarily.