ZIMBABWE’s story is unfolding in a very exciting manner.
We will remind the world that we did not wait for other countries to liberate us; we took the initiative and they joined us.
In the same spirit, we are engaged in efforts to turn around our...
WHAT was most fascinating about the result of Zambia’s recent presidential election, in which the opposition leader beat incumbent President, is the celebratory mood that has gripped the MDC Alliance.
In the August 12 poll, Hakainde Hichilema of the opposition United Party for National Development...
THERE is something special about August in Zimbabwe.
It is the month we honour our heroes and heroines as we take our memories back to the past.
We relive events of the past as we bow our heads in honour of our brave sons and daughters...
WE are now getting sick and tired of hearing the US pontificating about democracy and human rights and yet their track record is far from positioning them as paragons of virtue or, indeed, ideal lecturers on such issues.
Invariably the world’s self-styled world policeman will...
One is Enough
By Flora Nwapa
Published as an e-book by Tana Press Ltd(2019)
ONE of the reasons for marital problems and conflict is infertility.
It is sad to note that infertility has also affected the social and mental being of affected individuals.
Due to limited infertility clinics,...
WE celebrate our heroes, heroines and our Defence Forces at a time when our country is under attack from our usual enemies who remain relentless in their effort to to extinguish our compelling narrative.
The US and its Western allies will not let us be...
LIKE last year, we celebrate our Heroes’ and Defence Forces days on Monday and Tuesday next week without any pomp or fanfare because of the raging COVID-19 pandemic.
However, the absence of big gatherings should not make us forget the reason for the commemorations.
WE usually say August is the month of our heroes and heroines.
It is the month we take time to remember all the dedicated and gallant sons and daughters of the soil who paid the ultimate sacrifice to free Zimbabwe from colonial bondage.
I always argue,...
THERE is no compassion in the cut-throat world of political and economic domination.
It is indeed a merciless war where one can ‘keep his cake and eat it too’.
Zimbabwe continues to make significant developmental strides despite spanners being thrown our way.
And we are not surprised...
The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives
By Lola Shoneyin
Published by Bloomsbury Publishing (2018)
POLYGAMY remains a common, social and culturally accepted practice in most African countries.
It is a type of marriage that reflects some of the cultural aspects that define Africa.
In some societies,...
THERE is something interesting I have observed over time.
Our liberation wars narratives are finding space in the media.
This is good especially for those of us who have been afraid that the liberation struggle narrative would be forgotten.
Some might express reservation with the kind of...
THE resurgence of the COVID-19 virus in the form of the raging third wave has served to remind the world, Zimbabwe included, that the deadly pandemic is still very much with us.
This is the second time the pandemic has come back with vengeance after...