Juneteenth and racial injustices

By Eunice Masunungure JUNETEENTH, which marks June 19 1865, when a Union General arrived in Galveston, Texas, US, and...

Doctors or regime change agents?

By Patience Rusare ON May 13, embattled MDC MP Joanna Mamombe and party colleagues Cecilia Chimbiri and Netsai Marova...

Statues with ugly history

By Eunice Masunungure WHEN the UK anti-racism protesters toppled the statue of the 17th Century slave trader, Edward Colston,...

What’s the colour of justice?

By Patience Rusare LAST week, when a white double-murder suspect Sebastian Arzadon was arrested in Lawrence County, US, officers...

Statues with ugly history

By Eunice Masunungure WHEN the UK anti-racism protesters toppled the statue of the 17th Century slave trader, Edward Colston,...

No glitter on Capitol Hill

By Tonderai Muponda AMERICA has so often put itself on a pedestal as a beacon of hope and the...

Tragedy of black-Americans

By Patience Rusare THE wave of protests in American cities after the murder of George Floyd should not come...

Hurdles facing Africa

HAVING celebrated Africa Day on Monday, May 25 2020, it is prudent that we take stock of what the continent has achieved...

Futility of ‘storing’ value without values

By Dr Tafataona Mahoso CONTINUING to tell the story of Zimbabwe’s struggle to claim, re-launch and defend its own...

Are we truly African?

By Nyasha Chabururuka ZIMBABWE joined the continent in celebrating Africa Day. Many people took to social...
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