Rejoice Ngwenya

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Constitutional democracy: To what extent are Zimbabweans free?

Yet those in power and their lapdogs still argue that  Zimbabweans are (meant to be) fully enjoying both political and economic freedoms.
By Rejoice Ngwenya Nov. 29, 2022

Can Mnangagwa (unfairly) influence, impact on 2023 elections?

It is true that Mnangagwa in “consultation” with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) technically decides when elections can be held, but this has to be within specified constitutional provisions.
By Rejoice Ngwenya Dec. 13, 2022

Once lost, freedom is hard to restore

“Emancipate yourself from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our minds”.
By Rejoice Ngwenya Mar. 17, 2023

Zesa, Eskom frustrating free market philosophy

The only reason why Zesa and Eskom executives and their suppliers are not in prison is because they are protected from prosecution by those that benefit from corruption.
By Rejoice Ngwenya Mar. 30, 2023

Unpacking Zim’s ‘well educated’ myth

Myths reinforce illusions and illusions propagate lies leading to national self-immolation.
By Rejoice Ngwenya Jun. 2, 2023

Unpacking Zim’s ‘well-educated’ myth

Myths reinforce illusions and illusions propagate lies leading to national self-immolation.
By Rejoice Ngwenya Jun. 9, 2023

Readiness for elections

Elections are a combination of a final examination and a wedding.
By Rejoice Ngwenya Jun. 30, 2023

Ex-lovers fight over child’s school

Lillian Ncube’s ex-lover Sizo Sinyoro opposed the application saying the former had transferred the child twice this year.
By Rejoice Ngwenya Jul. 9, 2023

In Southern Africa, mixed feelings about the plight of Palestine Arabs

Yet there are reasons why many Sadc member states do not share the same ‘hatred’ of Israel as, say, South Africa.
By Rejoice Ngwenya Oct. 27, 2023

SA: Season of despair awaits ‘illegal’ immigrants in 2024

Those who remain only hope that politicians will not make them targets for scapegoating.
By Rejoice Ngwenya Nov. 14, 2023