2 months ago | May 3, 2019

Get ready for food, culture festival

There is no cover charge, so you can buy as much food as you want!

He gives breath to every carved piece

His transcending art proficiency reached much of the dreams he envisaged. Various people get stimulation from his ...

Bitcoin gained in April

Bitcoin prices rose in April, marking the third straight month of gains.

Shona sculpture highly valued beyond Zim

In recent decades Zimbabwe has become globally recognised for its arts and sculpture and it is one of the African ...

2 months ago | April 26, 2019

IPEC reads riot act to insurers

Players in the insurance industry that fail or delay paying out claims of admitted liabilities under any policies risk ...

Bracing for ICC Women’s World Cup qualifier

All eyes will be on Zimbabwe women’s cricket team, who are seeking their first ever major tournament qualification when ...

Kenyan Kiprop given four-year doping ban

Former Olympic 1 500m champion Asbel Kiprop has received a four-year ban for doping.

Currency issues delay Zim Open golf tourney

Lack of clarity over official foreign currency exchange rate policy prior to the introduction of a formal inter-bank ...

2 months ago | April 17, 2019

A little bit of heaven at Sango Lodge

Yep, it’s for real, there’s a touch of heaven in almost every aspect of the luxurious Sango Lodge.

3 months ago | April 12, 2019

Mbire: Where trees turned into stone

Recently I took off for Mbire to find a forest where trees turned into stones. Strange as it may appear and sound, it ...

TelOne DEOD announces Zim catalogue

TELONE has announced the first local content catalogue on the Digital Entertainment on Demand (DEOD) platform, which ...

3 months ago | March 29, 2019

Cost of internet access still high in Africa

The already high price of internet access got even more expensive for Africans over the past year.

Chimanimani: A place of boundless beauty

BABOON troops lounge nonchalantly on trees along a footpath while monkeys scamper nimbly between branches. An excited ...

Sebakwe: Kwekwe’s tourism gem

The city of Kwekwe is known for its orgy of gold panning, that has left  unkempt bushes, open pits and at times gold ...

3 months ago | March 22, 2019

Inside Nyanga tourist resort

The road turns and twists with the dictates of geomorphology and the driver has to endure spectacular curves. Huge rocks ...

3 months ago | March 15, 2019

Matopos: The unparalleled gem

IT is early in the morning as the sun hesitantly climbs out of the womb of its wise mother from the east. Grass and tree ...

Best food scenes in film. . . from Pulp Fiction to Spinal Tap

Food is used as a tool for the filmmaker to communicate with the audience — it can uncover new sides of a character, ...

Why you should laugh at work

The immediate effects of a good laugh session have become even more visible in a professional context. You return to ...

Publishers to drop authors if ‘digital libraries’ continue

The rise of “digital libraries” will see authors ditched by their publishers, the novelist Joanne Harris has claimed.

A local narrative of Bulawayo City Hall

Many including myself call the City of Bulawayo “the city of kings” never bothering to find out why we call it such.