Europe after Angie

Europe after Angie

In 2017, I received an invitation from the Chancellor of Germany to attend a conference in Berlin on the subject of religious freedom in the world. I accepted the invitation and found myself in Berlin a few months later together with representatives from almost every country in the world. Because of the diverse nature of the religious population of the world, the diversity in terms of race, culture, dress, language and of course religion, was astonishing.

Ireland Women name squad for historic Zimbabwe tour

Ireland Women name squad for historic Zimbabwe tour

Ireland Women will be playing their first ODI series since 2018, while Zimbabwe Women will feature in their first official one-days after they were granted ODI status in April this year.

Kwekweza, Zimudzi set free over protest against tinkering with constitution

Kwekweza, Zimudzi set free over protest against tinkering with constitution

HARARE Magistrate Vongai Muchuchuti-Guwuriro has set free two
pro-democracy campaigners who had been on trial on charges of
promoting public violence after they were arrested for allegedly
protesting against the holding of public hearings for some proposed
constitutional amendments.

Zimbabwe leaders too immature to understand democracy

Zimbabwe leaders too immature to understand democracy

I know that Zimbabweans have resigned themselves into expecting anything from their leaders – no matter how horrendous and disgraceful – as that has been the shameful hallmark of the regime ever since taking power in 1980.

Zim govt shouldn’t cry foul when given taste of its own bitter bullying medicine

Zim govt shouldn’t cry foul when given taste of its own bitter bullying medicine

I could not help laughing my head off, listening to some so-called political analysts – who were, in fact, nothing more than the ruling elite’s shameless apologists and defenders – crying foul, on the state broadcaster (ZBC TV), over alleged ‘unfair interference’ in Zimbabwe’s internal affairs, by the US (United States) embassy in Harare.

Onslaught against free media continues

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Put constitution first

EDITOR - Democracy's guiding principle is citizenship. This involves both the right to be treated by...

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