‘Absolute ownership’ unknown in African land tenure

THERE are those academics who contend that African indigenous law had limited scope to develop at its own pace and based on...

The Moors in Antiquity

ACCORDING to the Oxford English Dictionary, the Moors, as early as the Middle Ages and as late as the 17th Century, were...

When a black hero is revered

By Eunice Masunungure WHEN one considers the large number and calibre of dignitaries who attended former President Robert Mugabe’s...

Gushungo: A voice of the voiceless

“WOMEN of Africa we salute and honour you! And tell me here is there a man who can say I’m not born...

The history of violence in SA

XENOPHOBIA means fear of strangers.  Are the deadly attacks by South Africans against other African blacks to be considered...

‘Catholics must confess’

WHEN Catholics assigned a priest, Father Andrew Haartman, to chaplain the band of brigands, the so-called Pioneer Column, who, at the behest...
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