Apartheid South Africa’s destabilisation of SADC: Part Two…attack on Zimbabwe

By Rutendo Matinyarare SOON after Zimbabwe attained independence on April 18 1980, the country suffered economic and other forms...

‘Yes, together we can’ 

By Tawanda Chenana WE, in the village, like every other citizen in the country, followed closely the visit of...

Where are the strikers?

EDITOR – NO team scored more than a goal during Zimbabwe’s Premier Soccer League (PSL) this past week.  Yet...

Why Queen Elizabeth II never apologised

By Nthungo YaAfrika QUEEN ELIZABETH II’s death, on September 8 2022, after reigning for 70 years, has opened a...

Let’s catch them young

By Tawanda Chenana WE, in the village, have tremendous respect for people who contribute to the well-being of the...

Whiteman no saviour

EDITOR — THERE is a misconception that the whiteman  (vasinamabvi/abangela madolo) is the saviour of the world. In fact, it is sad that...

Food terrorism — Part One…beware of food sabotage

By Mupakamiso Makaya THERE is no universally agreed definition of food terrorism; the superfluity of definitions all point to...

Education: What is it?

By Nthungo YaAfrika I WILL begin by quoting Napoleon Hill who says: “An educated man is the one who...

Apartheid South Africa’s destabilisation of SADC: Part One…the West’s hidden hand

By Rutendo Matinyarare FOR a while now, I have been speaking about the economic warfare that is upon Zimbabwe...

Let’s catch them young

By Tawanda Chenana WE, in the village, have tremendous respect for people who contribute to the well-being of the...
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