First known land reform in Egypt

Egyptian farmers turned from free workers to Pharaoh’s serfs, and had to pay 20 percent of their income as a tax...

BaTonga bemoan desecration of hot springs

BATONGA elders in Binga have declared some hot springs ‘no go’ areas to members of the public and church sects for fear...

Frenzy for the American dollar… has Zimbabwe sold its soul to mammon!

By Professor Sheunesu Mpepereki IF one pitches up in any country with American dollars in hand, one can readily...

The Covenant with Musikavanhu

By Dr Irene Mahamba WHEN evil takes root in a community, its members must reject it — rejection diffuses...

‘Clothes and water bodies poisoned’

In the last two articles, I detailed the war crimes committed by the Rhodesians at Chimoio. However, it was not only at Chimoio that...

Land reform in Iraq

IRAQ, a republic in south-west Asia on the Persian Gulf, became a British mandate in 1920 until it gained its independence in 1932. In...

ED: One year on

By Gwinyai Mutongi A YEAR into office, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has already brought palpable change to Zimbabwe. The change ranges from completing projects that have...

Cremation vis-a-vis African culture

SOMETHING interesting is happening in the City of Kings and Queens, Bulawayo. Bulawayo City councillors are pushing for the mandatory cremation of those under 25...

‘Adopt a hunter spirit now!’ — Part Two…unmasking the diploma disease

By Professor Sheunesu Mpepereki and Basil Nyabadza GOVERNMENT is essentially a huge bureaucracy made up of many departments that are geared to execute various mandates...
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