A poster claiming celebrated American rapper Kanye West is coming to Zimbabwe has been making rounds on social media, with some buying into the lie. Read more
A handful of celebrities have taken to social media to express their disappointment at the Zimbabwe senior football team after their humiliating group stage exit on Thursday from the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) currently running in Gabon. Read more
With uncertainty about how Zimbabwe’s economy will be like every morning one wakes up, could saving in gold be the solution? Read more
Our new travel blogger and columnist, Carl Joshua Ncube, shares his tips on making it through what promises to be a challenging 2017. He says, “these solutions do not suit everyone, just those that are willing to take the time out to think outside the box.” Read more
You have to pour out what’s within to be filled up with better. Pour out your anger, shame, insecurity, doubt, fear, jealously. Fill up with love…self love, dignity, worth, light. No one can help you pour out. You’re the only one with the key to open the door of outpouring. .R.
Zimbabwean comedian,Carl Joshua Ncube, who is currently on a month-long tour of Asia, which includes performances in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, is known for, among many other things, his ability to freely give his opinion and advice about things. Read more
Only give what you can stomach when the tables are turned against you. How you speak to, treat and honour people is so important. .R.
When you lay your head to sleep at night you are alone with your thoughts, desires and hopes. The least you can do for yourself is unpack these three things: Your thoughts, your desires, and your hopes. As you unpack, you mentally de-clutter and eventually attain a sense of clarity. If that clarity is only momentary, then unpack more frequently and whole-heartedly. .R.
Don’t be so afraid or ashamed to cry. What do you think God created your tears for? To just store inside? For you to deny yourself release when you feel the urge to express your joy, fear, anger, love….? Nah B! Do not be so afraid or ashamed to cry. Your tears are a gift. Don’t be so afraid or ashamed to cry. Work on your heart. .R.
Zimbabwean men are pretty easy to please. Here are some general guidelines you can follow that will make them appreciate you more and always stick by you. Read more