Gogo Chamisa laid to rest

Gogo Chamisa laid to rest

Gutu – Thousands of people descended on Makwiramiti village in Gutu to bury Gogo Chamisa, the mother of the MDC Alliance President, Nelson Chamisa.

Nehanda’s bones not yet risen – as she didn’t die for White Rhodesia to be replaced by Black Rhodesia!

Nehanda’s bones not yet risen – as she didn’t die for White Rhodesia to be replaced by Black Rhodesia!

Yesterday, the 7th July 2020, I took time to watch the usual post-Cabinet media briefing, beamed live on state television – whereby, several government ministers update the nation on their deliberations during meetings of the country’s executive arm, and policies adopted, thereof, in addressing Zimbabwe’s never-ending, always-intensifying, and seldom-resolved challenges – when, at the conclusion of this press conference, journalists (and, the hapless viewing population, at large) were treated to an obviously hurriedly and shoddily cobbled together short documentary on the planned erection of a statue of Zimbabwe’s gallant and valiant heroine of the 1896 – 1897 first Chimurenga/Umvukela (uprising) against White settler rule – Mbuya Nehanda Nyikasikana.

Zimbabwe’s Kariba Dam Resumes After Drought

Zimbabwe’s Kariba Dam Resumes After Drought

Zimbabwe’s main hydropower plant is operating at near-full capacity for the first time since it was revamped two years ago, enabling the country’s state utility to generate more electricity.

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How Zimbabweans Welcomed Climate Migrants

Zimbabweans who had to flee their low-lying farms because of drought are finding an unexpected welcome in the nation’s Eastern Highlands.

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