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Saul Gwakuba Ndlovu WHILE Zimbabwe is celebrating its 35th independence anniversary, many people born after the country’s attainment of nationhood do not really understand the socio-economic conditions under which the black people of this country lived during ...

Tinomuda Chakanyuka THE Cape Town University council, on Wednesday 8 April unanimously voted for the removal of colonialist Cecil John Rhodes’ statue from the university campus. ...

ROGERS (ALFRED NIKITA) MANGENA Rogers (Alfred Nikita) Mangena Brigadier General Abel Mazinyane (Retired) HE was more than a good commander. He was a military genius. He made one do things one never believed they were capable of doing in the execution of the armed struggle. He had this rare gift among many military leaders I have met, “Firm and Fair”. ...

AS he sits in his small makeshift study just outside his eight-roomed Ntabazinduna house, he spots a sombre but welcoming smile. He immediately rebukes this news crew for coming late for the scheduled meeting but before long he is welcoming again ...

Cecil John Rhodes Indaba plaque at the Large City Hall WITH pressure mounting over the continued preservation of artefacts in remembrance of colonialist Cecil John Rhodes, questions have been raised over the Bulawayo City Council’s resolution to uncover a plaque that is seen to demean black ...

THE Government set the foundation for the development of football soon after the attainment of our hard won Independence by appointing the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) executive in 1980. ...

WHILE the attainment of independence by Zimbabwe in 1980 was expected to usher in gains in various sporting disciplines, it has however been a tale of mixed fortunes for boxing. ...

IT was a dawn for a new era when Zimbabwe finally gained self-rule in 1980. Independence from colonial bondage ushered in many opportunities to the people of this nation, opportunities that had previously been available to a few selected people due to the Rhodesian imbroglio. ...

NAMING newly-born children has always been a sacred process in most African societies, such that most indigenous names of children tend to have intrinsic meanings and significance embedded in them. ...

Cde Richard Moyo Vusumuzi Dube Sunday News Reporter NINE have gone and only one has survived. This is the story of Zanu-PF provincial chairpersons who have all but one, been shown the exit door for using their positions to fan factionalism in their respective ...