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...

US civil rights hypocrisy…US fatal police shootings soar

By Eunice Masunungure PERPETUAL senseless killing of black people and other races who are not Caucasian by American police...

Sustained crop yields: Part One…increasing agricultural productivity

By Elton Ziki INCREASING crop yields as a model for positive impact on agricultural productivity deserves clear cut focus...

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...

‘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...

Zambia breaks silence on anti-trophy hunting

By Emmanuel Koro in Johannesburg, South Africa ZAMBIA’S quiet diplomacy in its efforts to convince the Western countries and...

Animal rights groups exposed …loud on wildlife, but silent on climate change

By Emmanuel Koro in Johannesburg, SA AS you might know, climate change is one of the biggest threats to...

Is Africa lagging behind?

WITH the on-going COVID-19-induced ‘stay at home’ recommendations, I have had ample time to catch up on some reading.  

Monumental retouch…own story in modern set-up

By Eunice Masunungure THERE are key issues that need to be underlined when dealing with traditional artefacts, particularly preservation,...

Omicron variant: World in panic mode

By Elizabeth Sitotombe AS countries rush to vaccinate their people against the COVID-19 virus, new versions of the virus...
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