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By Phillemon Sithole Developing countries and poor countries are teeming with entrepreneurs. We see on the streets of most poor African countries, you will meet men, women, and children of all ages selling everything you can think of, and things that you did not even know could be sold. Men,...
Blantyre - Former Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) director-general Happyton Bonyongwe and former Police Chief Augustine Chihuri have been fingered in an sensational attempt to rig elections in Malawi. Malawi sources exclusively told Khuluma Afrika that the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) led by President Peter Mutharika had engaged the services...
By Bridgette Malenga Right in the midst of gloom and doom, Something amazing happened right in between the Limpopo and the Zambezi. For 36 years, we were deaf, dumb, mute, blind, crippled. Such is the magnitude of the miracle, that millions can speak. Something happened. Something so crazy happened – Zimbabwe spoke. Up....
Gaborone: The government of Botswana concedes that charismatic millionaire Prophet Shepherd Bushiri is not an undesirable immigrant, and that he is welcome into their country at any point and time, Khuluma Afrika has learnt. The government added that he did not need a conventional visa per say, but that they...
By Abednico Siambombe The mantra of this piece is to highlight the major challenges faced by children living with disabilities in schools and at their homes. The fight against stereotyping and segregation of children living with disability in the rural schools need more attention when compared to what is happening...
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...
By STELLAR MURUMBA The port of Mombasa has been cited as one of the biggest trafficking points in Africa for counterfeit veterinary products and human medicines like antimalarial drugs, anti-cancer, anti-inflammatories, antibiotics and analgesics as well as gastro-intestinals. World Health Organisation reports show that 700,000 people are killed globally...
By RANJENI MUNUSAMY It is not often that the president makes a special address to the nation. On 5 December 2013, President Jacob Zuma stood in the press room at the Union Buildings and he told us our beloved Nelson Mandela had passed on. On Friday night, Zuma was at...
By Eddie Cross So the Mugabe era of geopolitical leadership comes to an end. The question is what will the crew and the passengers on this ship do when finally they are dumped soaking wet and exhausted on a strange beach somewhere? Right now Zimbabweans live in a surreal world of...
Prophet Shepherd Bushiri has condemned social media fake circulations alleging the ECG leader was born Chipiliro Gama. Speaking through his spokesperson Ephraim Nyondo, Bushiri said he was born Shepherd Bushiri, grew up as Shepherd Bushiri and so shall he remain. Nyondo responded to a series of fake stories on social media...
By Lloyd Msipa ON the 21st of July 2016 the Zimbabwe War veterans met at Raylton sports club were they decided to revisit The Mgagao declaration of 1975. To highlight the significance of this declaration, we need to contextualise this by looking at the history. Zimbabwe gained its independence in...