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By Mlondolozi Ndlovu As much as the international community has stood firm against racial discrimination, taking the move as far as the sporting arena, our country is yet to fully remove racism cousin - intolerance. We still yearn for tribal tolerance. To date, medieval tribal conflicts still haunt the nation....
Prophet Bushiri is a man well ahead of his time. In his ministry, in his businesses, and as a human being. Having risen from barren land, armed with a dream, the man from Malawi now stands at the foot of the world. by Maynard Manyowa Malawian born cleric, celebrity gospel billionaire...
By Prophet Shepherd Bushiri To his Excellency, Professor Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi Your Excellency, I believe this post will find you in good health. This platform may not necessarily be the best to reach you, but believe me, I have also written to you through your office...
  By Ms Faith Muthambi (Minister of Communications, RSA) Like all any country, South Africa’s foreign policy is crafted within the context of its history, and its current political and socio-economic imperatives. In this regard, there is no doubt that the country’s economic and social challenges can be traced to its...
By Edmund Kudzayi Why would logical politicians waste their time forming coalitions when they know they already have all the support they need but they are being blocked by rigging? It does not make sense. When you talk of a coalition you imply that you need more votes to defeat...
 By Martin Warburg According to a recent letter from John Kane-Berman of the Institute of Race Relations –“We condemn and outlaw slavery because we don’t think any man should be able to confiscate another man’s labour. But we then introduce measures, such as minimum wage laws, restricting the rights of the...
At least 45 people have disappeared in Kenya or were found dead  after counter terrorism operations NAIROBI – Just before his torturers pushed him out of the van, they told Abdi* that he was one of the lucky ones. 'You were supposed to die tonight. But we believe your story,' he...
By Njeri Kimani “The first night I got electricity in my house I kept on blowing the bulb for it to go off, just like I was used to blowing my tin lamp,” laughs 72-year-old Jane Awinja. Three years after she got electricity under the last mile connectivity project, an ambitious...
Dear Comrade Makhosi Khoza Recently you asked those “in favour of a new political home” to comment “Yes” on your Facebook status. You have also stated that many people have been urging you to establish a new political party since resigning from the African National Congress. I suspect that you...
By Maynard Manyowa In June 2014, the then Minister of Presidential Affairs Cde Didymus Mutasa said, “Be careful not to denigrate our president we will visit your bedrooms and expose what you will be doing.” “We have our means of seeing things these days, we just see things through our system.”,...
By Hubert Sithole An elaborate plan to smear South African based celebrity preacher Prophet Bushiri has been revealed. As many as half a dozen women working in conjunction with some rogue journalists from local media houses (names supplied) are scheduled to meet this afternoon in Krugersdorp, a small mining town...