West targets Zim security

WESTERN countries, led by some elements within the British Parliament, the House of Commons and the US have launched a withering attack...

Are Zimbabweans ready for the 2018 elections?: Part Two

LAST week I touched on how some politicians only show up when its election season, promising all sorts of goodies and even bringing a...

Unmasking a pseudo communist organisation

ON January 10 2019, The Patriot published a story titled ‘ARTUZ: Union or regime change outfit?’, questioning the activities and agenda of...

Vote with history in mind

EDITOR – AS the 2018 general elections fast approach, I challenge the youths in Zimbabwe to rise up and vote in their numbers as...

GAPWUZ and its link to elections

IN the aftermath of the 2018 International Workers Day celebrations held on Tuesday, workers have emerged as a focal point in the campaign for...

‘Sanity must prevail in sport’

THE new political dispensation has brought renewed hope in most sectors of the economy. The sports fraternity too was not left out as good...

The colour line in boxing: Part One

ON August 26, the world witnessed a boxing match between the undisputed lightweight boxing champion Floyd Mayweather and the current lightweight mixed martial arts...

Defending the African psyche

LAST week I drew from the Great Indaba (ZIBF Harare 2018) to highlight one special presentation on children and reading in their own song. But...

Reading the Bible under white sanctions

By Dr Tafataona Mahoso I WAS in one of the thematic committees of the Parliamentary Select Committee on the...

Of young minds and political gaffes

IN an interview on Thursday last week, controversial rapper, Kanye West, who is ‘close’ friends with President Donald Trump, revealed that he believes slavery...
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