Tobacco production in Zim: Unsustainability and risks

The fertile soils and favourable climate of Zimbabwe made it an ideal location for growing high-quality tobacco, which quickly became a valuable export commodity.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto May. 31, 2024

U.S. high tariffs on Chinese EVs outdated, useless

Jurcic said he believed the U.S. tariffs would hardly impact Chinese EVs as they are primarily produced in China.
By Xinhua News May. 20, 2024

US digs at Mnangagwa govt

The US said throughout last year security forces used excessive force to apprehend, detain and interrogate criminal suspects.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Apr. 27, 2024

Should the govt retain ownership in AirZim?

In aviation, a flag carrier, is an airline company, which enjoys direct government support and privileges, whilst it also represents its home country, internationally.
By Kevin Tutani Mar. 28, 2024

Recalls: A weaponised tool against democratic practices

A repeat offender, Moyo was also fired from the party in 2009 for failing to toe the party line and ran as an independent in the elections.
By Munyaradzi Mapfumo Dec. 1, 2023

Letter from America: How the mighty are falling: A private letter to Brother Brian Kagoro!

Lastly, the arrogance of US policy advisors to place Uganda on a sanctions list because that country refused to all same sex marriages, shows the depth of western moral decay.
By Kenneth Mufuka Nov. 5, 2023

Letter from America: US and Israel are losing the propaganda war!

Netanyahu’s history has been to destroy Arab villages and build Israeli compounds in their place.
By Kenneth Mufuka Oct. 15, 2023

Letter from America: President Biden’s game plan to win second term flawed!

Biden is 80-years-old even as we speak. He has confused his wife with his sister. He fell face forward after giving a graduation speech at the air force academy.
By Kenneth Mufuka Jul. 2, 2023

Zim schools must move with the times

Government statistics show that the number of primary schools are 6 798. In addition, the country has 2 980 secondary schools.
By Jacob Mutisi May. 19, 2023