Opinion & Analysis

2 weeks ago | February 10, 2019

Back to sender not biblical (Part 2)

Pastor Brian Moyo LET’S continue our discussion from where we left where I would like to talk about Joseph. He was sold ...

Fake news, the opposition’s new political tool

Khumbulani Vodloza Sibanda THE advent of social media brought with it many positives in Africa and Zimbabwe, but like ...

The ‘17-year-old girl’ who witnessed Ndungwane battle

THE “girl” who on 22 September 1979 was said to have played a crucial role in tipping off guerillas about the advancing ...

Ten years jail for forex dealers — where are we now?

Vincent Gono, Features Editor IN November last year following an unending cat and mouse game between authorities and ...

Cain Mathema: An anecdote of revolutionary youth

Richard Runyararo Mahomva Exhuming the present from the past History is a discipline of emotion. It’s a science of ...

The return of Area Studies

Cetshwayo Mabhena IT is my informed guess that every self-respecting university in Africa has a Department of African ...

Water shedding: What really went wrong BCC?

Vusumuzi Dube, Senior Reporter BULAWAYO residents are currently enduring a 48-hour water shedding regime, in what has ...

The tragedy of looted African cultural objects in Europe

Pathisa Nyathi, Correspondent MUSEUMS in various parts of Europe are replete with material objects that were looted from ...

Beyond names and naming: Link between name and the named

Phathisa Nyathi NAMES and naming activities are central to human symbolism and communicative processes. To be human is ...

3 weeks ago | February 3, 2019

EDITORIAL COMMENT: ED walks the talk on economic revival

The purpose of the Economic Advisory Board is to provide an office bearer or a business organisation with the benefit of ...

Madzimbabwe: Questioning toxic democracy

Richard Runyararo Mahomva The new Dispensation — which was a forerunner of the Second-Republic brought with itself a ...

Matabeleland Development Initiative: A vision to empower communities

Vincent Gono, Features Editor THE vision to drive development and fight marginalisation in the socio-economic sectors of ...

Concern over using of children during riots

Peter Matika, Features Reporter CHILDREN are considered as the voiceless and innocent and are often susceptible to ...

African opposition politics: fodder for Imperialist manipulation

Khumbulani Vodloza Sibanda FIRST Prime Minister of independent Tanzania, Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere, pointed out a ...