Zimbabwe: Drugs and Zimdancehall - It's Time to Talk.
Zimdancehall star Soul Jah Love recently came clean about his addiction to cocaine. This must have been a difficult step for him to take, especially as it came as he reflected on… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Show Me Your Breasts!?
Controversial businessman, Ginimbi, posted a video in which he asks a young girl to show him her breasts. Vimbaishe Musvaburi gives her reaction. Read more »
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 »
October 29, 2018
Africa: Aids Cure Claim - 'Prophet Magaya Must Stop!'
Following Prophet Magaya's recent claim to have found the cure for cancer and HIV, the Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights (ZADHR) has issued a cautionary statement. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Arrest Magaya If He Is Lying!
Prophet Magaya has as many admirers as he has doubters. The founder of Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries has drawn the criticism of both medical professionals and… Read more »
May 25, 2018
Zimbabwe: My Dear Zambia - Please Forgive Me
In this emotive open letter to Dear Zambia, Jera reflects on past and present relations between the two southern African countries. Read more »
March 27, 2018
Zimbabwe: Actress Comes Face to Face With Zim's Collapsed Hospitals
Sharon Chideu is the darling of online media, she is one third of NAMA winning Bustop TV. In the last month, she has won two awards with her cohorts Gonyeti and Luckie Aaroni. But… Read more »
December 15, 2017
Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe's Textbook Coup
Ilizwi263's Shaun Matsheza reflects on recent developments in Zimbabwe. Read more »
November 23, 2017
Zimbabwe: Why I Will Never Forgive Mugabe
I grew up listening to his speeches in international fora and from these speeches my love for international law and international affairs bloomed. Read more »
November 22, 2017
Zimbabwe: A Girl Called Zimbabwe
In the aftermath of Robert Mugabe’s resignation as President, ilizwi263 blogger, Jerà, tells a poignant story that captures the flurry of emotions that Zimbabweans… Read more »
November 19, 2017
Zimbabwe: Invincible Mugabe On the Verge of Falling
We had grown Mugabe's powers of scheming to mythical status and contributed to his god complex. Even he is shocked by his end, but most agree that he deserves nothing less than… Read more »
September 25, 2017
Zimbabwe: Socialite Zodwa Wabantu Wins, Zimbabweans Lose
Ordinarily, September is the month of jacaranda blooms, the arrival of summer in Zimbabwe - but this year, it was the month of Zodwa Wabantu. In his usual humorous style, Jera… Read more »
September 05, 2017
Zimbabwe: There Is More to Me Than Vitiligo
Rumbidzai Mugabe has vitiligo, a condition in which light coloured patches appear on the skin. Her story is one that illustrates the difficulties that one encounters, not from… Read more »
August 01, 2017
Zimbabwe: Lobola - a Blessing or a Curse?
For those of you who do not know, lobola is a dowry or bride price that is given to the bride's family by the groom's. Read more »
July 26, 2017
Zimbabwe: Women in Politics - Pawns On a Chess Board?
Mantate Mlotshwa remembers the first time she learned the game of chess. Inspired by the game of mental warfare, she ponders the position of women in society. 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 »