5 months ago | September 2, 2018

Mukonori: A lifetime of mediating change

FATHER Fidelis Mukonori is a respected Catholic clergyman who has played key roles in Zimbabwe’s history.

The last prayer

Veronica Gwaze “As a man, I was crushing at the sight of a handcuffed man but deep inside, the Priest in me was ...

Gender equality: A requirement of peace and prosperity

Flora Teckie A Bahá’í Perspective The empowerment of women — the achievement of equality between men and women — is ...

5 months ago | August 26, 2018

Eid Mubarak, ED says to Muslims

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has sent a congratulatory message to the Muslim community on the celebration of the nine ...

United against capital punishment

FOR 13 years, Zimbabwe has been without a hangman.

Madzibaba Gambe makes his mark

A wave of faith healers and prophets has swept across Zimbabwe over the past decade.

5 months ago | August 19, 2018

Mhondoro’s own sacred city

Emmanuel Kafe A local church has embarked on an ambitious project to build a replica of the city of Jerusalem in ...

Kurova guva: Vital African ritual

August is an important month. It is the month when Zimbabweans remember fallen heroes who perished during the liberation ...

Inside virginity testing shrine

Veronica Gwaze JUBILANT young boys are running up and down the dusty streets of Glen Norah B, waving white cloths.

Muslims celebrate the month of Ibrahim

THE Muslim community is offering various forms of sacrifices as they celebrate the ‘month of Ibrahim’ or Udhiya/Qurbani.

A temple for the Latter Day Saints

CHURCH of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS) will soon construct a temple — which is a highly sacred place of ...

5 months ago | August 12, 2018

UFIC celebrates 10th anniversary

THOUSANDS of people are expected to throng Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa’s United Family International Church’s 10th ...

The Gospel Ensemble readies new album

Veronica Gwaze SEVENTH Day Adventist choral group, The Gospel Ensemble (TGE) has vowed to revive choral music and spread ...

Relevance of ‘kugova nhumbi’

AFRICANS share diverse religious views but they always converge on some rituals especially those related to burials.