Daily Archives: Jun 24, 2022

The ideological war rages on

EDITOR’S NOTE With Professor Pfukwa   IT is a fact that the Rhodesians did not die. Rhodies will continue striving to come back through the back door. We must constantly be on our guard. Never should we go to sleep on the ideological front. It will be a mistake to think...

Pope must keep out of gay war

COMMENT THE Vatican has shocked the world by approving the blessing of same-sex couples by Catholic priests, a bizarre decision which amounts to subtle papal blessing of gay marriages. This can be seen as victory for the homosexual movement which seems to have taken a firm...

Cyberism, political communication and the 2023 elections

By Dr Tafataona Mahoso CYBERISM can be defined as a doctrine promoting and focusing on...

Unity: Are we there yet?

A FEW months ago, this column tackled the issue of unity in the country,...

Fare thee well Prof Mararike!

THEY might write about you in footnotes. You may not have made it on the...

No room for violence

THE violence which erupted in Nyatsime Township last week, 42 years after our liberation...

Opposition politicians no saints

EDITOR — CURRENCY manipulation, overpricing, artificial shortages, false abductions as well as courting arrests...

Five years on…defying the odds

By Tawanda Chenana IT has been said and generally agreed, not by us but others,...

Shortcomings of Agenda 2063: The Africa we want

By Nthungo Ya Afrika AS a sign of commitment to supporting Africa’s new path for...

Financial literacy key to development …controlling the source of the resource

By Zvamunoda Gunduza  CHENJERAI NGWARATI and I have known each other since primary school, engaging...

Black skin, white masks:Part Three …the ultimate sacrifice

WE celebrate Day of the African Child, June 16, a most heroic moment for...

Money and the pursuit of wealth: Part 23…Venetians throw caution to the wind

ALL the while, Venice’s wealth expanded.  In political structures, Venice was beginning to resemble a...

Remembering the life of artist Helen Lieros part one …a true Zimbabwean patriot 

I FIRST met Helen Lieros in 1987.   I had just returned to Zimbabwe, following...

Patriotic front formations: Part 20…legacy of sponsored education

AT this juncture, it is important to note that while the patriotic front cast...

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The ideological war rages on

EDITOR’S NOTE With Professor Pfukwa   IT is a fact that the Rhodesians did not die. Rhodies will...

Pope must keep out of gay war

COMMENT THE Vatican has shocked the world by approving the blessing of same-sex couples by...

Black South Africans must learn to appreciate

EDITOR — BLACK South Africans, you may complain about the ANC, but the fact...

Geingob and the land question

THE death of Namibian President Hage Geingob on February 4 was a devastating loss...