Religion and colonisation: Part Five ….Keita King Mansa Musa and his gold

THE drying of the Sahara created a formidable barrier between the northern and southern portions of the African continent. 

The West bullying the world

THE West claims to have the power and authority to define who is a terrorist.  According to them, a...

Patriotism key to development

WHEN Government introduced the National Pledge in 2016, the programme was typically dismissed as another ZANU PF ploy to sway the masses.

Take heart Zimbabwe…’my bones shall rise’

WE, Zimbabweans, do not have to go to the Oxford Dictionary to learn the definition of patriotism.  The path...

Patriotism: Zim’s dilemma– Part One

PATRIOTISM has been variously described as love of one’s motherland (land of one’s birth) and identification with and special concern for its...

So much to celebrate

By Eunice Masunungure MAY 25 2021 (Africa Day) marked 58 years since the founding of the Organisation of African...

Rural community ethos for development: Part Three…immortalising Mbuya Nehanda

By Vitalis Ruvando THIS narrative conflates Africa Day, unveiling of the statue of the iconic Mbuya Nehanda and Culture...

Icon honoured

By Elizabeth Sitotombe ZIMBABWE joined the rest of Africa in celebrating Africa Day on May 25. 

‘Africans diverse but one’

ONE of the founding fathers of the negritude movement in Francophone culture Aime Cesaire once said negritude is: “The simple recognition of...

Trophy hunting imports ban Bill …SA company appeals against British Govt ban

By Emmanuel Koro Johannesburg, SA A SOUTH AFRICAN hunting company, Rance Safaris, has appealed to the...
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