Byron Adonis Mutingwende

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...

Twenty fifteen waltz HIFA

Widely travelled theatre production Twenty Fifteen left a lasting impression at the ongoing Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA). Staging in a once off show...

Rural women represented at HIFA

by Kundai Marunya Rural women who earn a living through arts and craft are well represented at the ongoing Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA). Their art is...

Phindu’phenduke exhibitions to open in Bulawayo

The National Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ), Bulawayo branch is set to celebrate the country independence with an exhibition titled Phindu’phenduke. The exhibition which...

Pee Kay urges record labels to embrace new ideas

Rapper, Pee Kay (real name Patrick Kahari) has encouraged record companies and musicians to embrace new marketing methods instead of crying over piracy. The musician who...

Smart phones for NAMA winners

Accolade winners for the 14th National Arts and Merit Awards (NAMA) which were held at Rainbow 7 Arts Theatre in February will receive additional prices at the Zimbabwe...

Laws still to be realigned with new constitution

Despite having enacted the new national constitution in 2013, Zimbabwe is still to realign most of its laws to work in line with the document. This, according to legal...