The light of the nations

The light of the nations

The light, of course, doesn’t tell us what to do.  The light shines on the path, but it is up to the seer to choose to follow it.

Zimbabwe’s Year Ahead: Grim but not Hopeless

Zimbabwe’s Year Ahead: Grim but not Hopeless

The year ahead for Zimbabwe is looking grim. The vast majority of its people will continue to suffer, and its leaders will continue to blame others for their own failures.

ZACC must now arrest Constantine Chiwenga

ZACC must now arrest Constantine Chiwenga

Same way as they arrested Marry Mubaiwa – an open letter

Submission to the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women on Zimbabwe

Submission to the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women on Zimbabwe

We write in advance of the 75th session of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women relating to Zimbabwe’s compliance with the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women.

Old Mutual’s axed CEO Peter Moyo to know fate today

The protracted legal fued between insurance company Old Mutual, and its former CEO Peter Moyo resumes in court this morning....

Zimbabwe far behind in repaying debt, says African Development Bank

Bank encourages government to put economic and political reforms in place...

Zimbabwe finance minister sticks to 3% growth forecast despite poor rains

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's finance minister maintained on Monday that the country's economy would grow 3%...

Zimbabwe gives tax system a digital overhaul

Southern African country leverages US$10-million grant from the African Development Bank....

SAA to appeal R12.6 million Zim court judgment

South African Airways is appealing a Zimbabwe High Court judgment ordering it to pay nearly R13m...

Dialogue on reparations and rehabilitation

A national healing process risks becoming more rhetoric if it does not repair the damage done...

Zipping through Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe has natural wonders, ferocious wildlife, warm locals, a fascinating culture, and more. Here are some...

Families receive life-saving food supplies in drought-hit Zimbabwe

Nelia Bvuma hasn’t had a proper meal for the past two years. The mother-of-two from Makoni,...

Guns before food – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

With millions of Zimbabweans facing starvation, hospitals and schools collapsing in the rubble of the economy...

The Five Pillars of the State

I was talking to a friend on Saturday and he said to me that a Head...

Anthrax: Three in serious condition in Zimbabwe

Officials in Zimbabwe report at least three human anthrax cases in the Mahusekwa, Marondera district in...

Drought ignites human-wildlife conflict in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwean villager Dumisani Khumalo appeared to be in pain as he walked gingerly towards a chair...

Zimbabwean court orders SAA to pay R12m to environment ministry

The ruling was made after a six-year-long legal wrangle, in which the South African carrier reportedly...

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