Pastoral Fulani links to Libyans

PROBABLY the best living people in North Africa of those originally nomadic peoples called Libyans are the modern day ‘red’ or pastoral...

The flip side of Christianity

By Elizabeth Sitotombe WITH the advent of colonisation, Africa witnessed a lot of changes and upheavals. 

Colonial languages for teaching and business …invisible barriers to African development

IN the previous episode of our discussion on Heritage-based Teaching and Learning, we showed that indigenous languages are not only tools of...

Conversation with a NUST graduate ….reflections on a skewed ideological axis

THE National University of Science and Technology (NUST) graduate in electronic engineering, who I shall call Elton, was musing about a conversation...

Online bullying a menace

By Trevlyn Mwafuli ‘‘AFTER being  harassed, body-shamed and even receiving death threats on social media, I decided to take...

‘Safeguard our heritage sites’

STONES were ingeniously stacked one after the other to build a magnificent fortress with neither mortar nor cement for bonding — this...

Britain’s hidden slavery history

IF we hear at all about Britain’s involvement in slavery, there is often a slight whiff of self-congratulation – for abolishing it...

Tokyo Olympic Games defy deadly coronavirus

PRESIDENT SHINZO ABE has asked for a suspension on all major sporting and cultural events to stem the spread of coronavirus, but...

MDC treading in murky waters

ZIMBABWEAN politics is, by its very nature, predictable; pitting a staunch people-oriented ruling Party with an opposition entity that has yet to...

The juggernaut that was Dynamos

By Alvin Madzivanzira DYNAMOS were crowned the 2012 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League champions in a fashion similar to...
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