Yes, we do remember

ON March 18 1975, Chairman Herbert Chitepo, an icon of Zimbabwe’s liberation struggle, was assassinated in Zambia.  Indeed, that...

In pursuit of transformation

WE are living under unusual circumstances. There is a disease that has halted almost every facet of life. And,...

Tapiwa Makore’s murder……lessons from the reporting

By Dr Tafataona Mahoso ON the surface, the most obvious ethical question about the media reporting of the story...

Ups and downs of polygamy

The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives By Lola Shoneyin Published by Bloomsbury Publishing (2018)

Going back to the basics

THE 2021 Budget presented by Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube last week reverted to the basics of economics.

Let’s keep third wave at bay

THE relaxing of the tough lockdown Level Four restrictions announced by President Emmerson Munangagwa on Monday, March 1, was a result of...

April defines us

THE month of April should be full of celebrations. It is a month in which many significant events that...

Isn’t this the height of hypocrisy?

WE are now getting sick and tired of hearing the US pontificating about democracy and human rights and yet their track record...

EU statements misplaced

IT is high time the European Union (EU), Britain and the US come to terms with the prevailing reality and forget about...

From ‘paper imperialism’ to the Maxim gun

The Scramble for Africa 1876-1912 By Thomas Pakenham  Published by Phoenix Press (2001)
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