Â Richard brings us the inspirational and religious affairs programmeÂ Through the Valley where he celebrates the day of Zimbabwean Martyr Bernard Mizeki.
Focused on the importance and significance of the year 2008 in Zimbabweâ€™s political calendar, as the nation gears itself up for another possible election. Rugare is a UK based Zimbabwean and shares his feelings about the current political climate.
Moses Mutyasira is Director of the newly set up Youth in Development Trust, an organisation set up to build a cadre of HIV positive youth to advocate for the rights of positive young people, and Tapiwa Kujinda talks about the countryâ€™s recent application to the Global Fund.
For People living with HIV and AIDS presented by people who are HIV positive. Keyi and MadziBaba discuss the current situation on the ground for People living with HIV. How are they coping in the present economic crisis?
The best of this weekâ€™s interviews on the Sunday edition
Â Police Confiscate Mutambaraâ€™s Passport
An opposition statement released late Friday says four MDC officials were arrested in Harare today as police embarked on arbitrary arrests of innocent civilians resulting in the confiscation of opposition leader Professor Arthur Mutambaraâ€™s passport.
Kudakwashe Musasiwa visited SW Radio Africa studios on Friday and joined Lance Guma and Brilliant Pongo On the Pulse. Kudakwashe and his colleague Munyaradzi have just released a double album bringing together their separate works. Both albums are named after their names â€˜Kudakwasheâ€™ and â€˜Munyaradziâ€™. United States based Zimbabwean rapper Cee Jay joins the programme in the last segment as the show previews his song â€˜Mu-Zimbabweanâ€™ taken from his Desperate Measures album.
Chaka speaks to Mandisa about how he considers us Zimbabweans to have repeatedly proved ourselves to be very resourceful and adaptable to changing circumstances, but it is this adaptability that is perhaps standing in the way of us motivating for change. He says that whenever the goals posts are shifted, Zimbabweans adapt accordingly.
Thembankosi is based in South Africa but gets a chance to visit Zimbabwe every so often. He paints a gloomy picture about his last visit a few weeks ago, and says there is much evidence of a nation whose economy is on its knees now more than ever.
ZCTU promises strikes every three months.
The Deputy Secretary General of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) Japhet Moyo is the guest on Behind the Headlines. Lance Guma speaks to him about the impending protests they are planning in July this year. Moyo says nothing has changed since their last strike in April and as per their congress resolutions, further strikes will be held every 3 months, and this means July.