The Word of Yahweh in wrong hands

By Nthungo YaAfrika AFRICA is the only continent Yahweh calls by name.  Psalm 78: Verse 5:...

Will CITES come through for Africa?

By Emmanuel Koro in Johannesburg, SA THE managing director of the US-based Ivory Education Institute, Godfrey Harris, believes that...

The UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 2: Part Five

SINCE 2003, Africa’s annual agricultural growth has averaged nearly four percent, well above the growth rates for the previous several decades. 

Religion and colonisation: Part 11…the Portuguese lacked the resources to develop the areas they...

INITIALLY, the Portuguese were only interested in Mozambique as a stepping-stone to India and the spice trade.  Faced with...

Rural community ethos for development

By Vitalis Ruvando THIS article seeks to unpack perceptions and cognition of Zimbabwe’s rural community ethos.

A race not allowed to remember its past

By Nthungo YaAfrika I WAS attracted to the Hello magazine of February 1 2005, when I saw the pictures...

COVID-19 and the future of neo-liberal capitalism

By Dr Tafataona Mahoso THE almost universal spread of the coronavirus pandemic means that, in both the North and...

Celebrating public and private workers

By Eunice Masunungure THERE are many recovery and growth shoots in Zimbabwe, which evidence the hand-in-glove relationship between the...

Namibia returns to hunting…as animal rights groups seek to spoil the ‘party’

By Emmanuel Koro in Johannesburg, SA. NAMIBIANS have welcomed the return of uninterrupted hunting following a near-total absence of...

Mbuya Nehanda is indestructible

WE know who gets upset whenever things seem to be going right for Zimbabwe.  It is not social media.
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