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Schools book piracy riles Parly

Mutodi, who is also an author and musician, told Parliament during a question-and-answer session on Wednesday that writers were not benefiting from their
By Problem Masau Jul. 19, 2024

Mlambo resurrects through Sleeping Giant

He was at one time invited to Turkey for a cultural exchange programme, where he conducted several workshops on stone chipping.
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 18, 2024

Shot in the arm for digital marketing students from underprivileged communities

Speaking about the graduation, which is taking place on Friday, July 26, Pan Afrodigital founder Trust Nhokovedzo highlighted the importance of equipping students with digital skills.
By Style Reporter Jul. 14, 2024

Global leadership void as the world teeters

As we close the first half of the year, the only factor behind us is the impact of COVID-19 with the major drivers of economic slowdown persisting.
By Tapiwa Gomo Jul. 1, 2024

Byo runs dry as council repairs infrastructure

He said supplies to affected areas would resume after the completion of the maintenance exercise.
By Abigail Ncube Jun. 10, 2024

Munetsi calls for VAR after Lesotho disappointment

Any other result, and their chances would be effectively over.
By Henry Mhara Jun. 9, 2024

Indian election surprise

Poor fellow, having to run the country without instructions from above if God is busy elsewhere (as He sometimes is, even though He is really interested mostly in India, obviously).
By Gwynne Dyer Jun. 7, 2024

Caution: Drought relief scandal ahead

Forty-two years ago, two years after political independence, corruption levels were tame compared to the current rampant levels.
By Trevor Ncube Jun. 6, 2024

Pharisees, liberals and liars: The UMC’s battle for faith

While, as expected, many at this point have questions, with the main being, “How did we get here?”, and then, “What should we do about it?” — we cannot go silently into the night.
By Kelvin Chitowo and Haggai Muchapondwa May. 30, 2024