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Thabo Mbeki was not born a philosopher of the African Renaissance or was he born a spirited Pan-Africanist that he still is today. It is important for those interested in the past and the future of Africa to observe the historical and political conditions ...

Pastor Kilton Moyo ONE of the reasons for our struggles in this life is building it on faulty foundations. If you really would care to look around, you will realise that even our families, most of them are built on faulty foundations which make our lives and families very vulnerable during storm times. Many people do not know how to stand and remain standing in hard times....

  Lovert Mafukure CARS are fun to drive, some are made for fun, some are made for driving Miss Daisy and some are made to work. ...

  Cassius Charles Dube Highlights of interesting parts of the play which students could remember continues. In Act One Casca narrates to Cassius and Brutus what happened at the festival of Lupercalia. We have an insight of Casca’s character in this episode. Cassius and Brutus did not go and watch the games during the festival hence they were eager to know what exactly...

Pathisa Nyathi BEFORE we deal with the promised subject let’s shed more light on blood and its perceptions within the Ndebele traditional society. For starters, blood was seen as symbolising the extension of a lineage. When a man or woman says, in reference to another person, “Lo ligazi lami.” This is my blood; he means the person in question is his/her progeny....

Raisedon Baya Arts and Culture is slowly growing from an informal to a formal sector. A lot of young people are now considering careers in the arts. However, most just dive in without any basic understanding of the sector and, unfortunately, most of those who blindly jump into the sector end up miserable and even leaving the sector for good when reality hits home. This...

SCHOLARS and critiques concur that of all popular media, television illustrates the power of mass communication to inform, educate and influence the public. Television is thus, one of the most powerful forces on the planet and “over the last 20 years, satellites, digital technology and the internet have all made more TV channels than ...

Literature rethink with Richard Runyararo Mahomva Land is a think-tank of Zimbabwe’s contemporary imagination of the state, citizenship and at wide the emergency of crisis-nationalism. The post-land reform era gave birth to a plethora of discourse one of which is the “missed racial factor” under vigorous analysis here. As a collective term of the emerging post-land...

Typical of the many African pre-colonial military and political leaders, the name and legacy of Mzilikazi Khumalo is enveloped in colonial and racist myths. European adventurous explorers and prospectors who encountered these early African leaders wrote about them and their people in racist, mythologised and stereotyped terms. The tragedy is that ...

Opinion Saul Gwakuba Ndlovu ON 27 January 2016, Zimbabwe’s President, Robert Gabriel Mugabe, was a guest-of-honour at a well-organised function to launch a book on the late Tanzanian national leader, “Mwalimu” Julius Kambarage Nyerere. The occasion was attended by Zimbabwe’s two Vice-Presidents, Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa, Cde Phelekezela Mphoko, several Cabinet ...