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Of hollow milestones and tombstones

By Mthulisi MathuthuBooks, Film, Politics

BLESSING Miles-Tendi is a strategically situated Zimbabwean academic with access to a range of platforms and forums most that feed into the mainstream agenda setting in global or international politics. As young as he is, he already teaches history and … Read more

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Tsvangirai at the Deep End of his political career

By Jonathan MoyoBooks, Politics
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NOW it is official and indisputable as it comes from the horse’s mouth. And hear this: Morgan Richard Tsvangirai’s political career is “opposing the government of Robert Mugabe”. This startling revelation which contextualises and explains Tsvangirai’s politics over the years … Read more

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Graduate blues

By Hazel MuteweriBooks, Education, Immigration, Travel

MY PARENTS have always instilled the value of education in me from as long as I can remember, more importantly to follow my heart and do what I enjoyed. Their exact words were: “If you get educated, you can get … Read more

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Canaan Banana: a man of all seasons

By Daniel MolokeleBooks, Politics, Religion

I WILL never forget the first day I had a personal encounter with this very enigmatic man. It was one of those afternoons when I was relaxing in my office.   It was 1998, and I was the President of … Read more

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