Imported exotic foods, toys, beers, rice, salad creams, fish and soft drinks are now available in most supermarkets and grocery shops but looking at the prices one wonders whether Ogil funds should be used for such “luxury” items especially if there is no shortage of local substitutes.
An agronomist who is concerned about the report that fertiliser companies may be ripping peasant farmers by selling them excess fertiliser that does not necessarily boost their production(The Insider –February) has suggested that the farmers should take group action against the companies as well as Agritex officers.
Despite claims to the contrary, especially from scientists and medical practitioners, Zinatha appears to have made tremendous progress in finding a cure for the dreaded killer disease Aids.
-healing in Jesus’ name under the traditional healers act The Zimbabwe National Traditional Healers Association (Zinatha) is now registering vapositori as its members but their registration certificates have crosses and a bible instead of Mbuya Nehanda and Sekuru Kaguvi.
With another imminent split within the Zimbabwe Unity Movement (ZUM) less than a year after differences first surfaced within the party, regarded at the time as the only plausible challenge to the ruling ZANU-PF, it is now clearly evident that the party is no longer -or perhaps never was- what the people believed it to be.
Zimbabweans should brace up for hefty increases in electricity charges if they are to save the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) from further financial erosion that will plunge the parastatal into even much larger deficits.