The martyrs of Uganda

The martyrs of Uganda

We do not see and touch the presence of God in the world as we do the acts of our politicians.  Their decisions, or lack of them, lead to money shortages, fuel shortages, power shortages and so forth.  We live in a fractured world but we are called to hope and work for better days.

Ignore advert about cheap commodities, Zim central bank tells citizens

Ignore advert about cheap commodities, Zim central bank tells citizens

It said the advert was fake and misleading because it used the address and phone number for the central bank and its governor.

‘We are trapped’: Zimbabwe’s economic crunch hits passports

‘We are trapped’: Zimbabwe’s economic crunch hits passports

With Zimbabwe’s economy in shambles and political tensions rising, leaving the country seems the best option for many who are desperate for jobs.

Zim farmers smell the tea and coffee

Zim farmers smell the tea and coffee

INTERNATIONAL – Farmers in Zimbabwe’s Eastern Highlands are smelling the tea and coffee. 

These fathers in Zimbabwe are redefining what it means to be a man

These fathers in Zimbabwe are redefining what it means to be a man

Oxfam’s Gender Action Learning initiative works with families to examine gender roles and redistribute household tasks, including care-giving.

Under-19 cricket victory for Zim

LAHORE - Zimbabwe's Under-19 cricket team beat Ireland by 118 runs in Group D's opening match of the ICC U-19 World Cup at the Nondescripts Club...

A hungry angry people

BY MUONGORORI BULAWAYO - When I think about what is happening right now I wonder - when...

Death of a President

The death of a leader provides a moment to pause and reflect on the values, achievements...

Shortages and profiteers abound

BY LITANY BIRD Dear Family and Friends, Writing a letter this week is no mean achievement, being able...

Happy birthday to you

BY MAGAISA IBENZI WARD 12, PARIRENYATWA HOSPITAL, HARARE - This year, two very old people celebrate their...

The making of a tyrant

BY SAMUEL MARUTA Chakafukidza dzimba matenga, Zimbabweans say. Loosely translated, this Shona proverb means roofs conceal...

Vigil Diary – 4th February 2006

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Chihuri responds re MDC finances

LONDON - Silence Chihuri has responded to the article entitled 'The other MDC in UK' carried...

Refugee director promises probe

PRETORIA - South Africa's Director-General for Refugees, Busisiwe Mkhwebane-Tshehla, says she will probe the conduct of...

Zim Ind journos held to ransom

HARARE - The Media and Information Commission has accredited 15 journalists working for the privately-owned Zimbabwe...

State media censors Gono

HARARE - While the MIC continues to restrict the private media, it has remained deafeningly silent...

Media Laws Tightened

HARARE - The General Laws Amendment Act which tightens the presidential insult laws and communication of...

Govt press reluctant to identify corrupt officials

HARARE - The chaos in the agricultural sector, condemned by Reserve Bank Governor, Gideon Gono, in...

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