I still don’t understand why they say love is a master’s game
Meet the fearless Mthulisi Ndlovu
Mthulisi Ndlovu also known as #KingKG/KhuluGatsheni is a multi-talented record holding poet and academic writer born in Plumtree Zimbabwe on the 17th of July 1995.
Poet Khulekani Ndlovu Biography
My first attempt on poetry was in July 2017 when I took part in the school festival known as the SASSAF competition and I only proceeded to district level.
Ngundu Road Rehabilitation in Pictures
Motorists traveling through Chivi-Ngundu, to Beitbridge breath a sigh of relief just after Chivi Growth Point as the heavy haulage truck infested road has undergone rehabilitation.
National History Museum of Zimbabwe in sorry state
Since 1964, the four- story museum has been an important homage to the history, culture and people of Zimbabwe and Africa as a whole. However, the tourist attraction located in Bulawayo in the Centenary Park has been neglected and has turned into a sorry state due to lack of maintenance.
Covid-19 confirmed in 49 Zim schools . . . Education Minister’s Christmas message
Forty-nine of the nine thousand six hundred and twenty-five schools have reported COVID-19 cases in Zimbabwe. From all the forty-nine schools, there are no casualties reported to date. This was revealed by the Minister of Primary and Secondary Education ambassador Cain Mathema in his Christmas message on Thursday.
Mthimbane Sounds Blasters’ Album On The Go
Regardless of the Covid 19 pandemic which has created a lot of challenges world-wide,Themba Bhoyoyo has released his Album ‘Isimabhiliya’. The album has seven songs namely; umuntu, Isimabiliya, Inyembezi, Isiga saseGwanda, Omalayitsha, Hlalendlini and Iganyavu.
Challenges faced by small holder farmers post FTLRP
Small holder farmers should reassert their role as sole producers of food crops to ensure food security at community level. Despite the adverse effects of climate change, they can still produce enough to feed their families.
RBZ to unbundle Fidelity Printers and Refiners
Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has announced its intention to partially privatise Fidelity Printers and Refiners. The central bank is going to unbundle and dispose of part of its stake to partially privatise the gold refining business by allowing private players to acquire a stake in the entity.
Zim records 46.4% increase in Covid-19 cases in 48 hours
Zimbabwe has recorded 164 new cases and one more Covid-19 related death in the last 24 hours, bringing the cumulative total number of cases to 11 522. This gives a 46.4 percent increase in the number of new cases from the previous day. The death was reported in Harare province and to date, 310 people […]