What’s the colour of justice?

By Patience Rusare LAST week, when a white double-murder suspect Sebastian Arzadon was arrested in Lawrence County, US, officers...

Racism must fall!

By Nyasha Chabururuka THE wave of change sweeping through the US and Europe following the brutal slaughter of George...

Statues with ugly history

By Eunice Masunungure WHEN the UK anti-racism protesters toppled the statue of the 17th Century slave trader, Edward Colston,...

Education with production …in Europe

By Dr Irene Mahamba  IN 1979 a few of us from the Research Unit, including Comrade Kudzai (Taini Mundondo),...

Chronicles of murder

By Eunice Masunungure THE cases of African-Americans killed by the police in the US are just too many. 

De-stocking and dispossession

By Dr Michelina Andreucci IT is important to note that, in the two decades between the 1950s and 1960s,...

Saying goodbye to Matenje

By Dr Irene Mahamba IN November 1978, together with Cde Mushatagotsi, the chief research officer of the Education Department...

From gloom to joy …Ambuya Dhaa smiles again

By Catherine Murombedzi AFRICA DAY lived to it’s billing, with celebration and unity of purpose filling the day in...

Re-dollarisation: Myths and realities – Part Four …playing into the hands of our detractors

By Professor Sheunesu Mpepereki IT is imperative for local authorities to educate the people on the full modalities of...

Are we truly African?

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