It is better to die while trying in your own backyard

The wind howled and birds squeaked in fright, their shelter destroyed.
By Onie Ndoro Oct. 29, 2023

Letter from America: South Africa: Can Malema rise to the occasion?

The main issue is whether the leader of the EFF, Julius Malema, can rise to the occasion, to provide leadership untainted with globalist associations.
By Kenneth Mufuka Mar. 26, 2023

It’s critical that medical Afrophobia be eradicated

This phenomenon is often fuelled by prejudice and misinformation and has led to discrimination, violence and other forms of mistreatment against foreign nationals seeking medical care.
By Lelethu Nogwavu and Cresencia Nyathi Feb. 22, 2023

Prophet Chikomo vows to lead SA Exodus

The preacher is in South Africa where he is doing God’s work, preaching the Word and meeting fellow countrymen.
By Style Correspondent Sep. 25, 2022

Operation Dudula challenges ZEP extension

Zandile Dabula, national secretary-general of the movement, said it rejected the “vague” reasons behind the special advisory committee’s decision.
By Timeslive and News24 Sep. 7, 2022

Help us lobby for reforms, Chamisa pleads with SA

Help us lobby for reforms, Chamisa pleads with SA
By Miriam Mangwaya Sep. 7, 2022

Corruption watch: Our problem is bad leadership

The kwacha is way up the ladder now.
By Tawanda Majoni Sep. 4, 2022

There is enough land for all us

As Operation Dudula heats up in South Africa, there are growing concerns as to where those that have lived across the Limpopo will fit when they return home.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Sep. 2, 2022

Govt in shock migration admission

“Migration has become one of the main pillars of our people’s survival, especially in the contemporary era characterised by the massive international movement of people for a number of reasons including earning a living. We have approximately 1,5 million Zimbabweans staying in South Africa legally and illegally,” Shava said on Thursday.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 29, 2022