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Successful Solutions Kilton Moyo We are living in perilous times full of hardships, desperation, disappointments, anger and violence. We are living in times where economically, we are all stressed and wondering what the future holds. It is like we are at crossroads and we do not know which way to take. In times such as these children and ...

Eunice Nomthandazo Moyo BULAWAYO, once the industrial hub of the country has over the years been experiencing a dearth in economic activities, leaving the majority of people unemployed. ...

Cde Cain Mathema Richard Runyararo Mahomva THE past three articles on Pathisa Nyathi’s book Zimbabwe’s Cultural Heritage (2005) and Cain Mathema’s Zimbabwe Diverse, But One (2013) have attempted to provide the needed dialogue in a bid to reflect on Zimbabwe’s rich political and cultural identities. As argued by both scholars, the need to celebrate the plurality...

Chief Malaki Nzula Masuku Pathisa Nyathi CHIEF Malaki Nzula Masuku is no more. He passed on at a Bulawayo hospital where he was rushed to on Wednesday 25 May 2016 following an asthma attack. ...

One Million Man March Dumisani Sibanda, Sunday News Correspondent FORMER journalist and now Minister of Information, Communication and Technology, Cde Supa Mandiwanzira, tweeted on Africa Day, “You can’t beat this” in reference to a picture showing the huge crowd that took part in the Million-Man March. ...

Cetshwayo Zindabazezwe Mabhena When Peter Tosh sang that “so don’t care where you come from as long as you’re a black man, you’re an African” he sang for some and not all the thinkers and commentators on Africanity as an identity in the world. There is a multitude of thinkers and activists who believe that the black skin is the first condition of being an African...

Kilton Moyo I might sound like I am a prophet of doom to others but I believe in telling the truth as it is and of course with grace. When you really look around you where ever you are, you will see a high rise of abuse of almost everything that is given to us as a people. Do not tell me you do not see child abuse, wife abuse, husband abuse, family abuse, human abuse,...

Cde Tankwa IN our Lest We Forget column today we depart from the norm where we offer question and answer interviews on former freedom fighters. Instead in this week’s issue we give light hearted incidents which took place during the armed struggle to show that even in a war situation it is not everyday that soldiers fire guns. ...

SOMETIME in 1974, the South African Army (apartheid) set up a base camp close to the Kazungula Bridge on the Rhodesian side. The South African soldiers patrolled between Kazungula and the Rhodesian side. The stretch provided ideal crossing points on the Zambezi because the water current was friendly to Zipra’s small boats. The cat and mouse with the South Africans was...

  Lovemore Ranga Mataire PERSISTENT political disturbances in the Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan, the Central African Republic, Somalia and even Burundi have put into focus the urgent need for African leaders to rethink about the need to concretise continental unity beyond rhetoric and critically examine the ramifications of foreign military interventions...