ANC suffers from Denial, Labelling and Paranoia

ANC suffers from Denial, Labelling and Paranoia

By THEMBILE NDABENI Denial is one feature with history in the ANC. Perhaps circumstances during the liberation struggle were not conducive for rational thinking because of inexperience and immaturity especially in their first test, the breakaway of the Africanists in...
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African politics: A matrix of pursuing private comfort while decimating political rights

African politics: A matrix of pursuing private comfort while decimating political rights

By Abednico Siambombe Conservatism politics describes the African presidency and their design of public policies seal a belief that every opposition political party has its roots in the West and is developed to advance the regime change agenda which threatens....
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Death trap in waiting: Zim road network an accident waiting to happen, an accident always happening

Death trap in waiting: Zim road network an accident waiting to happen, an accident always happening

By Gilbert Navonika The recent horror accident that has been reported to have claimed 45 lives of our brothers and sisters happened about 30km before Makuti along Harare and Chirundu highway is another sad chapter in our history. Police spokeswoman...
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Zim Cricket shatters the political walls of Albion

Zim Cricket shatters the political walls of Albion

This autobiography by Duncan Fletcher, a former Zimbabwe captain who was now coach of the England cricket team, reveals that English cricketers have repeatedly been forced by their government not to tour Zimbabwe because, according to the politicians, doing so...
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Lungu does a Mugabe, as Zambia follows Zimbabwe’s disastrous path

Lungu does a Mugabe, as Zambia follows Zimbabwe’s disastrous path

By Maynard Manyowa Zambia and Zimbabwe used to be pretty much one ‘country’; Rhodesia. Separated by a natural barrier, the Zambezi, one was Northern Rhodesia, one was Southern Rhodesia. Political history determined otherwise, but recent occurrences seem to...
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ZanuPF Not A Revolutionary Party. Rather, More Conservative, Repressive and Elitist

ZanuPF Not A Revolutionary Party. Rather, More Conservative, Repressive and Elitist

By Takura Zhangazha* The ruling Zimbabwe African National Union (Patriotic Front) Zanu PF has regularly made claims that is a ‘revolutionary party’. It has buttressed its arguments on the basis of not only its role in the liberation struggle but...
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Dispelling myths about menstruation

Dispelling myths about menstruation

Health Matters with Thandeka Moyo ONE of the most popular misconceptions about menstruation that we subscribed to as we grew up was the fear that sharing clothes “transmits” period pain from one person to the other. Not that sharing of...
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Chasing the elusive Zimbabwean dream

Chasing the elusive Zimbabwean dream

BOOK REVIEW Arthur Guseni Oliver Mutambara’s narrative teases and tantalises as he defines ‘thought leadership’, writes Brezhnev Malaba. Arthur Guseni Oliver Mutambara, a world-renowned robotics professor and one of the most intriguing figure...
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Like father, like mother, like children! Mugabe’s entire family have become a painful curse, demon

Like father, like mother, like children! Mugabe’s entire family have become a painful curse, demon

By Patson Dzamara The humanity in me has often refrained me from dragging Mugabe’s children into the business of their parents. Reality has conspired to leave no other choice than to do so from today, onwards. Bona, Robert Jnr, and...
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Lessons for Zim from U-20 World Cup

Lessons for Zim from U-20 World Cup

ZAMBIA and South Africa are Zimbabwe’s biggest football rivals and what happens in those two countries, either the positive or the negative, usually draws a lot of interest within the game’s huge constituency in this country. That is why when...
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