‘Chiefs not fit to lead Gukurahundi consultations’

The memorial lecture was organised by Bulawayo-based pressure group Ibhetshu LikaZulu.
By Silas Nkala Jul. 1, 2024

Letter from America: Chivayo and Russia: Lessons from South Africa

The loss of power by the African National Congress can easily be explained. Brother Owen put it succinctly.
By Kenneth Mufuka Jun. 23, 2024

Lessons from Mzansi

The ANC and the DA found each other easily and started thrashing a coalition arrangement unlike the ANC and MK or EFF after their public spates in the run up and post the election day.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Jun. 22, 2024

The battle for South Africa’s mind and soul

Despite his sponsorship by white capital, the brother found himself torn between two loyalties, being true to his own skin or becoming an Oreo (black skin white soul).
By Kenneth Mufuka Jun. 16, 2024

South Africans have nobody to blame, but themselves!

If this narrative is accepted, the only acceptable black families are those who pay homage to the Oppenheimers (mining) and the Ruperts (grocery chains). 
By Kenneth Mufuka Jun. 9, 2024

Lessons to draw from South Africa’s national health policy

It is the same one which eventually received Presidential approval on the 15th of May.
By Kevin Tutani Jun. 7, 2024

ANC touts Government of National Unity as best option

Party president Cyril Ramaphosa says a government of national unity is the best option for the country.
By ENCA Jun. 7, 2024

18 years behind bars for stock theft

In one of the counts, Marimbire stole four cattle belonging to Genous Dhlovu and drove them to his homestead
By Boitumelo Makhurane May. 23, 2024

Teachers demand health insurance

Teachers are failing to access health services after the government discontinued its commitment to contribute 80% of the medical aid premium.
By Staff Reporter May. 15, 2024