The Soweto uprising, the Gukurahundi experience and lessons learnt for Democracy

The Soweto uprising, the Gukurahundi experience and lessons learnt for Democracy

Since the United Nations’ “Universal Declaration on Human Rights of 1948”, democracy became an emotive topic across most advocacy circles.

ZESN concerned over census and delimitation dates

ZESN concerned over census and delimitation dates

The Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) has expressed concern over new dates set by the government for conducting the national population census and delimitation exercise.

A year on, police brutality victims seek justice

A year on, police brutality victims seek justice

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Spectre didn’t work, and scarf clearly isn’t working, so why Zimbabwe regime’s obsession on Voodoo governance?

Spectre didn’t work, and scarf clearly isn’t working, so why Zimbabwe regime’s obsession on Voodoo governance?

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Ahead of Zapu congress, Mat South elects Sibangilizwe Nkomo

Ahead of Zapu congress, Mat South elects Sibangilizwe Nkomo

ZAPU’s Matabeleland South Province has elected Sibangilizwe Nkomo, son of the late former vice president of Zimbabwe and founding party president, Joshua Nkomo, as its preferred presidential candidate ahead of the party’s elective congress slated for August this year.

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BY SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG - ZIMBABWE international and Super Sport United midfielder-cum-striker, Joel Luphahla received the Coca-Cola soccer top goalscorer award in absentia at a colourful function...

Robben sees red as Chelsea win again

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Mambaras abound in Zim

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Still our neighbours are silent

BY LITANY BIRD Dear Family and Friends, Zimbabwe has begun harvesting the results of six years of mismanagement....

A caring nurse

A friend of mine was so touched by the care of a nurse recently that he...

Mass protest still possible

BY STANFORD MUKASA WASHINGTON - The decision by the United States to resume the SADC-US Forum in...

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State media says rain will blow wind into economy

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