Gukurahundi survivors demand justice as hearings commence

She added that another perpetrator was North Korea for training the Fifth Brigade together with the British government.
By Silas Nkala Jan. 14, 2024

Ethical leadership is expected of you

As we count down to the harmonised elections, my profound understanding is that prospects of yet another disputable election are apparent.
By Cyprian Ndawana Jun. 21, 2023

Mnangagwa faces angry demos in UK

The legislators cited a “grave political and human rights situation in Zimbabwe” for their tough stance.
By Sydney Kawadza May. 5, 2023

Village Rhapsody: 43 years later, Zimbabweans still yearning for real freedom

Despite the lofty dreams and high expectations that the majority of people had for that lovely and wealthy nation, there is not much to celebrate in modern-day Zimbabwe.
By Evans Mathanda Apr. 23, 2023

Australia to remove British monarch from bank notes

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) said it would consult Indigenous people on a new design that "honours the culture and history of the First Australians".
By Eye Witness Sa Feb. 2, 2023

The amusing history of money in Zim

The new design was made by Percy Metcalf C V O the original artist.
By Noah Muzorori Dec. 9, 2022

Australia plans referendum on monarchy following queen's death: 'We are not British anymore'

With an Indigenous history stretching back more than 60 000 years, the continent now known as Australia was colonised in 1788.
By Aljazeera Nov. 14, 2022

Queen Elizabeth II burial: End of an era

Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning British monarch was buried at Windsor Castle.
By Joseph Madhimba Oct. 21, 2022

UK Prime Minister Liz Truss resigns after failed budget and market turmoil

We set out a vision for a low-tax, high-growth economy that would take advantage of Brexit
By CNBC Oct. 20, 2022