Written by Pelagia Nyamayaro Sadly, the legendary music icon Oliver Mtukudzi has passed on. After a protracted struggle with his health for over a month, he tragically lost the fight at the age of 66. During this solemn period, many are asking themselves- how will we rally as a nation? In times of upheaval throughout […]

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By Kisset Chirengende Zimbabwe is what would be considered a small country in terms of population, yet it consistently churns out world class talent in both the market place and the arts/sports arena. This blows my mind considering how scarce the resources needed in the formative years (at grassroots level) are due to the economic […]

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What do Zimbabweans actually eat? Zimbabwean cuisine is not internationally recognized. Well, not in the same way as we recognize Jollof rice from Nigeria and Chito from Ghana. This isn’t because Zimbabwean food is not delicious or interesting; but because people don’t actually know what Zimbabweans eat and what is happening the Zim Food scene. […]

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At times, the principles and values we have and uphold, are not of our own making as most become imbedded in our subconscious without us ever delving into, from whence they came. I am blessed to be a son to Dr Charema. Amongst his greatest lessons lies the drive that has made the creation of […]

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