Society

1 month ago | January 13, 2019

DJ Cleazer a rare gem

THE name DJ Cleazer might mean nothing to people not familiar with the Victoria Falls party scene, but it is just a ...

Lake Chivero’s slow, foretold death

LAKE CHIVERO, a reservoir on the Manyame River and Harare’s main water supply dam, is facing a slow but sure death.

One prayer different gods

WHEN inmates at Harare Central Prison gather for their Sunday vigil, it’s never certain where the prayer is destined ...

Zimbos laugh into 2019

DESPITE starting the year on a low compared to other arts genres, comedy ended 2018 with a bang. When the year ...

2 months ago | January 6, 2019

Rude welcome to new school term

Most schools are still forcing parents to buy uniforms from their preferred suppliers despite Government’s directive to ...

An explosive Vic Falls Carnival, but . . .

On December 29, the usually quiet resort town of Victoria Falls burst into life as people started trickling in for the ...

Prince Kaybee can’t get enough of Zim …rocks Vic Falls

At the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve, thousands of merrymakers from around the globe attending the just-ended ...

Harare’s booming automotive market

Downtown Harare is an economic hub. Here, money arguably changes hands more than in any other part of the city.

Church seeks role, relevance in 2019

Veronica Gwaze Karl Max is considered to be one of the critical thinkers of the 19th century, and his work continues to ...

Fight against red tape, corruption intensifies

A goodwill gesture by a Harare businessman and philanthropist turned into a source of distress for Mr Mujaho ...

2 months ago | December 30, 2018

Hope, anxiety for Harare residents

FOR Harare residents, 2018 was indeed a mixed bag. A cholera outbreak that claimed more than 50 lives was the major dent ...

2 months ago | December 23, 2018

Vic Falls Carnival roars to life

THE revered annual Zambezi Larger Vic Falls Carnival comes to life on Saturday. Thousands of merrymakers from around ...

New kings conquer listener’s ear in festive battle royal

THE day after tomorrow, we celebrate Christmas Day. Although the day is celebrated variously, one common denominator ...

Tourism: The race to 7 billion

TOURISM has become the lifeblood of many economies across the world. In fact, research has shown that tourism ...