Putting Nyarota in the longer historical context: Part Three …bid to represent MDC-T last year says a lot

Putting Nyarota in the longer historical context: Part Three …bid to represent MDC-T last year says a lot

IT now seems that the more some people argue that perhaps Nyarota really does not know that he is a sell-out, the more cast-iron the allegation becomes. And, it is not a matter of spite, but a matter of fact. While he calls himself ‘an acclaimed journalist’, the historical context that is supposed to inform […]

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Xenophobia inspires release of album

Xenophobia inspires release of album

By Fidelis Manyange HE is a Bishop, a prominent businessman and most importantly a Sungura musician and pan-Africanist. This is Ollah Juru, the man whose music is purely pan–African and openly spelt out in his recent album entitled Diaspora. Based in South Africa, Bishop Juru was compelled to compose the album to let people know […]

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Drive to boost blood bank

Drive to boost blood bank

IN a parliamentary meeting early in the year, it was noted that in Africa, road traffic injuries are the fourth leading cause of death outside HIV and AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis. According to United Nations (UN) statistics, by the year 2020, the worldwide fatalities from road crashes would have overtaken those from HIV and AIDS. […]

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6th ZANU PF Congress: Liberation war veterans honoured

6th ZANU PF Congress: Liberation war veterans honoured

THE just ended ZANU PF congress must be commended highly for recognising in a very big way the party’s liberation war veterans whose tremendous sacrifices brought about black rule in Zimbabwe. Many liberation war veterans during the above mentioned ZANU PF congress were elevated to the highest echelons of the party. And because of that […]

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Chatham House Report: Zimbabwe’s International Re-engagement The Long Haul to Recovery

By: Knox Chitiyo and Steve Kibble Download full document here

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Nyarota and the African land reclamation movement

Nyarota and the African land reclamation movement

By Dr Tafataona Mahoso AMONG all of Geoffrey Nyarota’s acts of treachery against Zimbabwe, the most diabolic was his use of The Daily News as a platform for rallying Rhodesian and neo-Rhodesian efforts (both internally and externally) to defeat the African land revolution. On February 10 2000, The Daily News celebrated the British Labour Party’s […]

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Liberation movements never die

SUDDENLY 2015 has become interesting. Those were my thoughts as we sat in the marquee at the newly transformed Robert Mugabe Square, amidst the ululation and familiar dances. The party was going through a surgical process like pus draining from a boil, there is agony, numbness and finally relief. It was painful. I looked at […]

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Soccer Star ceremony tonight

Soccer Star ceremony tonight

AFTER the crowning of the 2014 Premier Soccer League (PSL) champions Dynamos, the Soccer Star of-the-Year unveiling and crowning ceremony puts the icing on the cake to end the eventful season. Tonight, the Castle Lager PSL’s Best Player will be unveiled at a colourful ceremony in Harare. The league awards the 11 best players with […]

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ZANU PF rebirth …new team brings fresh hope

ZANU PF rebirth …new team brings fresh hope

THE just-ended ZANU PF 6th National People’s Congress held at Robert Mugabe Square in Harare has left the party rejuvenated and ready to deliver. Led by President Robert Mugabe, the Congress agreed on a number of amendments to the party’s constitution. The amendments include the expansion of the revolutionary party’s ethos, the trimming of Politburo […]

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