Zimbabwe: The Horror Behind Zimbabwe's Internet Shutdown
I think of how famished for hope we were last year that most of us caressed the scars of Mugabe's noose on our strained necks and tucked the red razors of our bloody past - unpast… Read more »
July 24, 2017
Africa: When Young Leaders Met At Generation Democracy
Mantate Mlotshwa attended the Generation Democracy Youth Leaders forum held in Johannesburg South Africa - a young leaders summit, to promote and equip youths for the role of being… Read more »
March 28, 2017
Zimbabwe: Is Mugabe's Command Agriculture Headed for Failure?
Kundai Marunya interrogates the merits of President Mugabe's latest farming assistance scheme - command agriculture. Read more »
March 15, 2017
Zimbabwe: When Politicians Are Playing House
Every child who grew up in Zimbabwe will remember playing mahumbwe - known worldwide as playing house. Bridgette Malenga's nostalgic tale rewinds the clock back to her childhood. Read more »
March 08, 2017
Zimbabwe: Has Mugabe Turned The jewel of Africa Into a Dysfunctional State?
Shaun Matsheza's article is a citizen's lamentation of Zimbabwe's ruin; from the jewel of Africa to a dysfunctional state. Read more »