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4 years ago | June 21, 2015

Cultural Heritage: King Lobengula leaves Pashu country for ...

Pathisa Nyathi – We did not, in the preceding articles, give a rendition of the narratives of the BaTonga per se. ...

4 years ago | May 10, 2015

Cultural heritage: King Lobengula: What was his fate beyond the ...

Pathisa Nyathi THE impact of the knowledge of procreation on mankind led to the symbolism of a matriarchal, matrilineal, ...

Talking Spiritually: Ngifuqwe ngumoya . . . is it enough?

Rev Paul Damasane  I HAVE on a number of occasions on this column made reference to the importance of sound doctrine and ...

4 years ago | April 19, 2015

Fighting the war as a female scribe

It all started by reading a newspaper during lunch time while working in a factory under the Smith regime. Cde Angeline ...

Fallen heroes’ widows fall on hard times

“EQUALITY, respect and assistance.” This is what widows of fallen heroes in Zimbabwe are still clamouring for 35 years ...

Mutsvangwa, Muchinguri relive Nyadzonya, Chimoio tragedies

THE day was Monday 9 August 1976, a column of 10 Unimogs, four Ferret scout cars, and 84 officers and men of the Selous ...

Xenophobic attacks won’t solve anything

Busie Mtshede in Durban, SA IT is a sad day in South Africa when we see our brothers and sisters from other countries ...

IN REMEMBRANCE OF A COMRADE WHO NEVER LIVED TO SEE INDEPENDENT ...

Brigadier General Abel Mazinyane (Retired) Continued from Last Week ZPRA Structural

4 years ago | April 12, 2015

Why we went to war

Saul Gwakuba Ndlovu WHILE Zimbabwe is celebrating its 35th independence anniversary, many people born after the ...

Colonial monuments: Celebrating or remembering colonial history?

Tinomuda Chakanyuka THE Cape Town University council, on Wednesday 8 April unanimously voted for the removal of ...

IN REMEMBRANCE OF A COMRADE WHO NEVER LIVED TO SEE INDEPENDENT ZIMBABWE

ROGERS (ALFRED NIKITA) MANGENA Brigadier General Abel Mazinyane (Retired) HE was more than a good commander. He was a ...

Rev Nxumalo: An unsung hero

AS he sits in his small makeshift study just outside his eight-roomed Ntabazinduna house, he spots a sombre but ...

Pressure mounts over Rhodes’ plaque

WITH pressure mounting over the continued preservation of artefacts in remembrance of colonialist Cecil John Rhodes, ...

Govt appointed first Zifa executive

THE Government set the foundation for the development of football soon after the attainment of our hard won Independence ...