A woman from Essex has eaten nothing but crisps for the last 10 years.
By Justin Mahlahla and Wadzanai Mhombera
The legacy that was left by Father Zimbabwe, the late Dr. Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo is neither personal nor tribal. His is a national heritage that transcends political, social and economic spheres.
The name Joshua Nkomo is synonymous with various aspects of Zimbabwean life that range from the formerly-controversial but now irreversible land reform programme, the empowerment of youths to ubuntu.Â Read More
In our heroes feature, we profile the life of a cadre who became the first Zimbabwean to hold a degree in oil engineering and whose resolve to free Zimbabwe was never shaken – Cde Philemon Takurayi Makonese.
Cde Makonese was born on November 11, 1935 in Zaka District Masvingo province.Read More
The great artistic work of the three bronze statues at the countryâ€™s national shrine that stands on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, is one of the memorable and picturesque artwork which best symbolises and honors the unforgettable contributions made by freedom fighters in the countyâ€™s independence.