Byron Adonis Mutingwende

Jibilika Dance Festival preliminaries beckons

By Kundai Marunya Provincial preliminaries for Zimbabwe’s premier annual youth dance festival, Jibilika, will kick off this Saturday May 16 at the Charles Austin...

Local blog wins continental accolade

By Kundai Marunya Local blog, The African Hip Hop Blog continues to shine, this time on a continental level winning an award for the Best Blog About Africa at the second...

True Vibenation relishes HIFA experience

Kundai Marunya Most people visiting Zimbabwe for the first time after over a decade of economic meltdown and political chaos come bearing this negative image of a nation...

Action needed against Early Marriages

by Kundai Marunya The mid day sun was at its acme when a woman emerged from a semi built hut in Chief Nyashanu’s area of Buhera, heavily pregnant she was. However, her...

Harare man wins back “stolen” house after many years of bitter struggle

BY BYRON MUTINGWENDE A man from Harare’s high density suburb of Kambuzuma has finally won back his house after many years of torturous struggle in which a fraudster...

Nurturing women rugby at Dairiboard Festival

by Kundai Marunya The inclusion of female rugby teams at the Dairiboard Schools Rugby Festival in 2012 was a well-received development that could see the growth of the...

Beteanberg on xenophobia

Celebrated South African group, Beatenberg has denounced xenophobia as a barbaric act by uncivilized South Africans. This comes at a time when Zimbabwean locals have...

WOMEN TURNS WASTE INTO ‘MONEY’

BY FARAI MAPOSA Many women in some parts of the country are smiling all the way to the bank owing to them collecting plastic waste which they sell to plastic recycling...

HARARE SOUTH TURNS TO POTATO PRODUCTION ,AS HUNGER STALKS THE COUNTRY

BY TAPUWA MASAWI As the Zimbabwe grapples with food insecurity, two women from Harare South province which is home to many shanty settlements like Hopley and Southley...

CONCERN ON MBARE MUSIKA ABLUTION FACILITIES,WOMEN THE MOST AFFECTED

BY FARAI MAPOSA Farmers at Mbare Musika in Harare, Zimbabwe are complaining on the available ablution facilities provided by the city council as a ‘ticking health...