Monday, June 18, 2018
Enacy Mapakame Zimbabwe is endowed with great natural resources. But it is also a country full of myths and legends about those natural resources. People often talk about Nyanga Mountain mysteries and occurred disappearances, the mystical pool at Chinhoyi Caves, the sacred Nharira Hills, Nyanyadzi Hotsprings, the mermaid mysteries at...
Africa Moyo Globalisation has affected the tastes of many people in the developing world. Anyone that talks about eating traditional food is seen as backward and in dire need for “re-orientation”. However, lip-smacking fast foods and other top of the range types of food cooked in the best possible way using...
Tawanda Musarurwa Located somewhere in the depths of the Eastern Highlands is a quiet and tranquil little sanctuary that goes by the name Aberfoyle Golf and Country Lodge. It’s not a place you would simply bump into during an escapade of the area, but one that would take some deliberate effort...
Arts Correspondent There is growing increase for the need to support art, not only for the benefit of arts institutions, but for the growth and promotion of local talent and preservation of culture and heritage. Art institutions play a major role in the society as they try by all means to...
Tawanda Musarurwa Welcome to the Mecca of professional walkers and climbers: The Chimanimani Mountains. The Chimanimani Mountains lie at the southern end of the Eastern Highlands and rise to a maximum of 2 440 metres above sea level. They are comprised of quartzite and form part of the African Frontier System. Most...
Kudzanai Sharara Last month there was furore in the local sporting fraternity after ZIFA allegedly demanded its share from the money that 2016 Premier Soccer League Champions CAPS United earned from its successful foray into the 2017 CAF Champions League. Questions were raised on why ZIFA was looking at benefiting from...
Bulawayo companies, just like any other companies across the country, have been operating in an environment characterised by high interest rates, foreign currency shortages, unemployment and generally high uncertainty. Business Weekly’s Hebert Zharare (HZ), this week caught up with the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) Matabeleland president Joseph Gunda...
Company sets goal to recycle a bottle or can for everyone it sells by 2030 Tinashe Makichi The Coca-Cola Company said it is fundamentally reshaping its approach to packaging, with a global goal to help collect and recycle the equivalent of 100 percent of its packaging by 2030. This goal is the...
Enacy Mapakame Zimbabwean banks have accelerated the switch to paperless transactions, but the rural people risk being left behind due to digital divide. The country’s booming technological development is reflected in the rapid growth of mobile phone use, where every citizen virtually has access to a cellular phone, mainly smart phones. But...
Technology has made it easier and cheaper to send money home to relatives round the world. But what if you don’t trust your Dad not to squander it? No problem — now you can pay his electricity bills directly. The range of services, countries and choices offered by money transfer...