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Fuels sector must innovate to beat recession

GreenFuel, Chisumbanje, Zimbabwe

from AKANI CHAUKE in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG – COMPANIES in the beleaguered petroleum industry have been innovative, invest in new technologies and skills to overcome challenges prevailing in the sector. The sector is facing numerous challenges around infrastructure, revenue, operations, budgets, regulations and shifting market dynamics. “This sector is facing incredibly complex market demands, difficulties...

Believers are inseparable from the love of God

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKANOTHING can separate us from Jehovah's love. Not even global pandemics such as the coronavirus (COVID-19), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) that causes the acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) or Ebola and cancer. Racism, tribalism, xenophobia, oppression, trouble, distress, persecution or suffering also cannot come between us and Jehovah's...

Tobacco responsible for majority of heart deaths

Tobacco Pacific-Blue

from MARIA MACHARIA in Nairobi, KenyaNAIROBI – TOBACCO-induced heart disease kills 1,9 million people globally each year. This equates to one in five of all deaths from heart disease. The findings are contained in a new brief released ahead of World Heart Day, marked on September 29. The World Health Organization (WHO)...

COVID-19 drop offers Zimbabwe chance to build stadia

Zimbabwe National Sports Stadium (NSS)

from MARCUS MUSHONGA in HarareHARARE - ZIMBABWE will prioritise the refurbishment of stadia now that the coronavirus (COVID-19) scourge is declining. This is also in preparation for the resumption of international matches.Renovations were halted two months ago after workers deployed at the condemned facilities tested positive of the virus. “We are now...

Human rights elusive decades after Zimbabwe independence

Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission

from MARCUS MUSHONGA in HarareHARARE - FOURTY years after attaining independence, Zimbabweans are still yearning for the enjoyment of human rights. This is according to the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) as it joined the rest of the world on Monday in commemorating International Day of Peace. It marked the...

SA calls for permanent Africa seat at UN

President Cyril Ramaphosa

from SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG – SOUTH Africa is advocating for the continent to have permanent representation on the United Nations (UN) Security Council. President Cyril Ramaphosa disclosed that this will be among some issues he will raise when he addresses the UN General Assembly this week. The organisation is marking 75...

Too many gods but only Jehovah reigns supreme

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKANOWADAYS, it seems Jehovah God is not responding to humankind’s prayers because people worship deities they do not know. There are too many gods in this world yet there is only one who is true Jehovah God. I repeat, Jehovah is the only true God. He...

Xenophobia surges despite government efforts

South African xenophobic violence, file photo

by TINTSWALO BALOYI in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG – XENOPHOBIC harassment and violence against African and Asian foreigners living in South Africa has persisted despite the government adopting measures against the scourge. This is according to a leading human rights organisation, which has prepared a report a year after the administration of President Cyril Ramaphosa adopted the National Action...

ZANU-PF blasts ANC in new tiff

ANC, ZANU-PF leadership

from MARCUS MUSHONGA in HarareHARARE - THE rift between the ruling parties in neighbouring South Africa’s and Zimbabwe has widened. This after the Zimbabwe African People’s Union –Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) accused the African National Congress (ANC) of undermining the country’s sovereignty. The fallout comes days more than a week after an ANC delegation visited...

Chipezeze breaks silence on time wasting charges

Zimbabwe international goalkeeper and Baroka FC captain, Elvis Chipezeze

from SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG - ELVIS Chipezeze has denied recurring accusations of unsporting behaviour, leveled against him by Pitso Mosimane. The Baroka goalkeeper has repeatedly incurred the wrath of the Mamelodi Sundowns coach each time the two sides clash. Although Chipezeze did not feature in the most recent meeting between the two...