When slavery stripped women of their dignity

RECENTLY, Forbes Magazine published a story which states that archaeologists found more than 150 skeletons of enslaved Africans in a Portuguese trash...

What it costs to love Zimbabwe…

I COME from Zimbabwe. This small territory of some 150 000 square miles, set in central Africa, landlocked and...

Of devolution and rural communities

AS the country celebrates 39 years of independence, the devolution of Government powers and resources, that has always been a contested subject...

NAMAs with a difference

By Farayi Mungoshi FOR somebody used to the usual buzz and shuffling of many feet, with the occasional drunken...

ESAP and the West’s double standards

AT post-independence, to reduce Zimbabwe’s inherited deep socio-economic disparities, the Government attempted structural adjustments (before the imposition of ESAP) to compensate for...

Do publishers care? – Part Two …writers and Vision 2030

By Farayi Mungoshi IN the past, I have blasted the College Press publishing house.  I was...

The healing power of herbs: Part Two…a journey with yew

I WAS now living in Kwekwe after completing my herbal course.  I was pondering many possibilities, the main one...

Gender roles among BaTonga children

GENDER and traditional customs have always defined people’s cultural way of life.  The cultural dimensions among several Zimbabwean communities...

How slaves were sourced from West Africa

THE most outstanding feature of the Transatlantic Slave Trade is how it readily evokes gory images of brutal incursions by Europeans on...

Ease of doing business: Part One…language barriers to achieving Vision 2030

EDUCATION and appropriate investment will equip us with the necessary skills to achieve Vision 2030 and become an upper middle-income economy. 
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