Fare thee well President Frederick TJ Chiluba

Frederick Titus Jacob Chiluba (FTJC) as he was affectionately known to the multitudes of his supporters and detractors alike passed June 18, 2011 at the tender...

Why the AU is wrong to hold its summit in Equatorial Guinea

Africa’s leaders are wining and dining this week in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, at the 17th African...

ZRP: acts of barbarism

Hell hath no fury compared to a humiliated and embarrassed Zanu (PF). That can only be...

Waiting for the rains in Africa

I used to watch those catfish roiling in the mud of a drying pan when the...

History matters, but what history shall we teach?

The 1980s nationalist history syllabus lasted for a decade. It was replaced in 2001 by the...

Civil society needs to learn from the past

Civil society needs to pause and think about the forthcoming elections in relation to the nation’s...

The devil de-horned: Vigil

LONDON - The feeling of optimism we spoke about in last week’s diary seems to have...

We are de-humanized

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Harare: Where did the sunshine go?

Harare used to be known as the 'Sunshine City', reputed for its clean streets, colourful jacarandas...

We are on a journey

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How shall we pray?

Although we live in the world, we are not to be of the world. This requires...

The age of responsibility

I sometimes wonder how much of the “world” we, believers, have taken on instead of looking...

Do what God says

It is essential that each of us hears from the Spirit of God what He wants...

Mugabe : Charming, Corrupt, Canny or Cruel?

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