Professor Sheunesu Mpepereki

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...

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Patriotism: Zim’s dilemma – Part Two…the motherland or death?

IN the first episode of this series of articles on Zimbabwean patriotism, we looked...

Patriotism: Zim’s dilemma– Part One

PATRIOTISM has been variously described as love of one’s motherland (land of one’s birth)...

Western sanctions on Zim…is this a case of white solidarity under American leadership

US President-elect Joe Biden once made reference to a 1986 political speech in which...

Hoping against hope… as sanctions continue wreaking havoc

THE American presidential elections have come and are about gone.  Most Zimbabweans who keep politics...

COVID-19: Can we pin hopes on ICTS?

IN the last instalment we promised to look at strategies for recovering and resuming...

Re-dollarisation: myths and realities — Part Six …evidence of human factor decay

By Professor Sheunesu Mpepereki IN this instalment, we continue to interrogate aspects of Zimbabwe’s US...

Re-dollarisation: Myths and realities — Part Five …whose interests are we safeguarding?

By Professor Sheunesu Mpepereki WE continue to explore the various aspects of Zimbabwe’s US dollar...

Re-dollarisation: Myths and realities – Part Four …playing into the hands of our detractors

By Professor Sheunesu Mpepereki IT is imperative for local authorities to educate the people on...

How they plotted their downfall

By Professor Sheunesu Mpepereki HISTORY is a critical component of a people’s heritage.  People with no...

Heritage-based learning …what does it mean?

AS we continue to unpack heritage-based teaching and learning, which underpin the Education 5.0...

The ‘goblin’ called English

WE continue our discussion on the role of English language in blocking the majority...

Colonial languages for teaching and business …invisible barriers to African development

IN the previous episode of our discussion on Heritage-based Teaching and Learning, we showed...

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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...