Khami Monument …the hidden treasure

STONES were ingeniously stacked one after the other to build a magnificent fortress with neither mortar nor cement for support. Despite being overshadowed by the...

The Rudd Concession: A big fraud

THE colonial story goes that the British arch imperialist, Cecil John Rhodes struck an agreement called the ‘Rudd Concession’ with the late Ndebele King...

Totems: Our cultural heritage

DIFFERENT people in the world are identified by certain practices and beliefs that define their essence. During the pre-colonial era, the Shona people followed different...

Preparation and planting of soyabeans

By Professor Sheunesu Mpepereki IN this second article on soyabean production, we shall look at how the farmer prepares the land and how the soyabean...

African countries in the Bible …let the maps speak

A PREVIOUS article on ‘Where is Eden?’ referred to the Bible to show that Eden in the Bible is Africa. It also showed that...

Sexual abuse of black women during slavery in America

“SLAVERY is terrible for men; but it is far more terrible for women,” Harriet Jacobs in Systemic Racism During slavery, the black African woman was...

Zimbabwe the richest country in the world

By Chakamwe Chakamwe THIS week I was surprised to hear from a spokesperson of an Israeli company in Bulawayo that Zimbabwe was going to be...

Hunhu/Ubuntu as the cornerstone of African education

By Dr Augustine Tirivangana THIS week I have decided to share with you what I consider to be the ideological cornerstone of an education...

Mountains and Zimbabwe’s indigenous culture

By Elliott Siamonga MOUNTAINS have played a central role in Zimbabwe’s indigenous culture and the armed struggle. The mountains are sacred places; chiefs live on...

Archaeology and oral traditions…..a case for Zimbabwe

ARCHAEOLOGY, in simplistic terms, can be defined as the study of man’s past by the scientific analysis of the material remains of his cultures. In...
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