Religion and colonisation: Part Six…the rise and fall of dynasties

THE Sudan is the region bounded by the Sahara in the north, the Gulf of Guinea to the south, the Atlantic Ocean...

Religion and colonisation

AFRICA possesses a rich and varied history.   It is widely believed to be the birthplace of modern man...

SADC countries to trade in ivory…without UN wild trade agency control

By Emmanuel Koro in Johannesburg SA IT seems the ongoing appeals to the elephant over-populated SADC countries to establish...

Chimoio the last bridge: Part One

RHODESIANS described Chimoio (November 23 1977) as the “…most mind-boggling special operations victory

Understanding climate change

By Dr Chipiwa Rufu CLIMATE change is one of the greatest challenges of our time.  Understanding...

The ‘curse’ of Afghanistan and Zim

THERE were big cheers across the globe as the Taliban, Afghanistan’s resistance fighters known as Mujahedeen, took control of their country after...

Are we truly African?

By Nyasha Chabururuka ZIMBABWE joined the continent in celebrating Africa Day. Many people took to social...

Uncle Sam’s unwitting sanctions admission

THE most significant takeaway from Zimbabwe’s relentless pressure for the lifting of Western economic sanctions against the country was the unwitting admission...

We’re diverse, but one

AS varied as we are, we are one.  When we were threatened by the white menace, we stood as...

Celebrating women …empowerment remains key

THE past several years have witnessed a concentrated, progressive and determined action in various societies in the world regarding women in development...
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