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FOR a very long time, opposition political parties in the country have tried to fool the world into believing that they are victims of some imagined chicanery and political violence. ...

Cde Jeffery Ndlovu PEOPLE from all walks of life will tomorrow converge on various places across the country to commemorate the Heroes Day, a day set aside to remember the sacrifices made by the gallant sons and daughters of this country in decolonising the country from a white racist regime. ...

THE following is a transcript of President Mugabe’s address at the Sixth Presidential Youth Interface in Gwanda yesterday. *** Nhasi Mai havapo. ...

Pathisa Nyathi YOU could not mistake them for any other church group. Scores of congregants, mostly women in black and white attire (amawabayi), gathered at Emagetsini and also at Ematshobana (ought to be KoMatshobana) along the Luveve Road leading from the centre of Bulawayo. From the two assembly points animated churchgoers marched triumphantly and delightedly towards...

Limukani Ncube ONE of the sermons that have to be recited time and again to the young people of Zimbabwe and Africa at large is how our Motherland was freed from the bondage of colonialism. ...

Cetshwayo Zindabazezwe Mabhena Reading and writing about Yashpal Tandon, the veteran Ugandan public intellectual, reveals a fundamental anti-philosophical habit of most philosophical thinkers. ...

Marcus Garvey Richard Runyararo Mahomva This is the second article in the second Sunday of August – penned in commemorative acknowledgement of this month’s invaluable philosophical interpellation to those of us who are loyal adherents to the tenets of Garveyism. ...

  Raisedon Baya LAST week the supposedly “biggest show of the year” turned out to be the biggest sham as violence reared its ugly head and marred everything. ...

Micheal Mhlanga It is sad to learn that we still have a very titanic pool of young minds who think that colonisation, colonialism and coloniality is a tired subject. ...

Thandekile Moyo THEY say “It is commonly observed, that when two Englishmen meet, their first talk is of the weather; they are in haste to tell each other, what each must already know, that it is hot or cold, bright or cloudy, windy or calm.” ...