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Spare the rod and spoil the child

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKAI RECENTLY heard one parent fuming at his misbehaving children. “These kids lack discipline. They are a disgrace,” the parent said. “I do not know where they got this kind of irritating behaviour,” she lamented. Well, it is always in Jehovah's nature to discipline...

Cyber fraud fears rise towards festive season

cyber crime

by AKANI CHAUKEJOHANNESBURG – SOUTH Africa’s Internet Service Providers' Association (ISPA) has urged the public to be wary of cyber crime this festive season. It has highlighted three cyber security considerations as the annual holiday season approaches. The first concerns are the need for citizens to report cybercrime as they would...

Zimbabwe hotel investors undeterred by plague

Victoria Falls to introduce first school of tourism

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria FallsVICTORIA FALLS - DEFIANT of the devastating effects of the coronavirus, players in Zimbabwe’s tourism sector have invested over US$100 million in new facilities over the past year. The investment indicates overwhelming confidence in the sector overcoming the setbacks posed by the pandemic and years of bad publicity suffered...

Zimbabwe praised for tackling childhood cancer

Cancer management

from MARCUS MUSHONGA in HarareHARARE - THE World Health Organisation (WHO) has lauded Zimbabwe for strides made in strengthening cancer management. This is part of the country’s efforts to make Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) services more accessible. With the growing number of NCDs and the impact COVID-19 has had on people with...

Zimbabwe worried at SA’s non-renewal of permits

Truck drivers

from MARCUS MUSHONGA in HarareHARARE - ZIMBABWE is concerned at the impact the non-renewal of work permits for Zimbabweans in South Africa would have on truck drivers. This apprehension follows confirmation by the South African government that the Zimbabwe Exemption Permit (ZEP) programme would not be renewed when it lapses on December 31.

Palm River Lodge ready to welcome visitors

Palm River Hotel. Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. Photo by Zimbabwe Photography

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria Falls, ZimbabweVICTORIA FALLS, (CAJ News) - THE US$24,6 million four-star The Palm River Lodge is the latest addition to Victoria Falls’ collection of upmarket hotels. A partnership between leading integrated financial services giant, Old Mutual Zimbabwe, and the hotelier, Spencer’s Creek, has given birth to the luxurious 73-room hotel...

SADC’s tourism publication launches

from DION HENRICK in Cape Town, South AfricaCAPE TOWN - SOUTHERN Africa’s prime travel and tourism publication has been launched in a landmark development aimed at enhancing the growth of these industries. Rivers Travel, as the daily online publication is aptly named, has been launched in Cape Town, South Africa. The...

US boosts funds to Zimbabwe recovery efforts

US Embassy, Harare

by DANAI MWARUMBWA HARARE - THE United States has contributed $5,7 million to support people experiencing vulnerability to food insecurity across Zimbabwe. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has made the funds available to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP). This brings USAID’s contributions to over US$45 million...

Faith through the eyes of a child

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKAIT seems like only yesterday that my children Parker and Khesani were little kids, they showed me an amazing kind of faith and trust, which made me grow tremendously and mightily in my belief in Jehovah God. Whether I had or did not have money, my children would still come...

Bleak future for Zimbabwean permit holders in SA

Mondli Gungubele

from TINTSWALO BALOYI in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG – THOUSANDS of Zimbabweans face an uncertain future in South Africa after the neighbouring country ended a special permit it has granted them over the past 12 years. The special Zimbabwean Exemption Permit (ZEP) will end on December 31. South Africa’s cabinet has granted...