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Zimbabwe's ruling party elites descended in Matebeleland Province this Saturday, for a Presidential Youth Interface rally. The second last of a batch of successive events where the star attraction, President Mugabe was meant to 'interface' with youth in the run up to next year's elections. Events offer a time for...
Harare - Former Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzayi, and the man behind faceless characters (Baba Jukwa & Mai Jukwa) that muddied Zimbabwe's elections in 2013 is facing massive lawsuits over repeated online attacks of award winning journalist Hopewell Chin'ono. Chin’ono is suing the former journalist, together with another UK based former...
Hydroponic vertical farming system. (Shutterstock) By Esther Ndumi Ngumbi, Auburn University The Netherlands is building its first large-scale commercial vertical indoor farm. It’s expected to serve Europe’s largest supermarket chains with high quality, pesticide-free fresh cut lettuce. Vertical farms use high tech lighting and climate controlled buildings to grow crops like leafy...
By Maynard Manyowa   Jeffery Smith never wrote a letter saying leader of Kenyan opposition Raila Odinga was deliberately inciting tribalism, or failing to act against it. He is not a racist either. He is not an agent of regime change, neither does he habour any ambition to change the order of...
IJohannesburg - Former Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, Morgan Richard Tsvangirai has died. He was being treated for colon cancer at the Wits Gordon Hospital. Khuluma Afrika understands the iconic leader passed away this afternoon. Tsvangirai rose to prominence as a fierce labour movement leader, before rising to become the President of...
By Daniel Kipchumba Ng’etich. The nice vicinity, bordering the vast lake Nakuru, one of the leading tourism destinations in the world, hides a deep resentment between the two mammals - humans and baboons. The nice panoramic view hides deeply the raging war between the irate residents and the apes...
Long Read: By Maynard Manyowa As she walked down a gravel dirt road, surrounded completely by bushes, Mmathabo Mooa, 15 at the time, instinctively turned backwards, and saw what appeared a male figure walking briskly towards her. Unlike most 15-year-old girls, Mmathabo was a woman already. Circumstances and experiences, had forced...
Professor Jonathan Moyo's recent narrations of what transpired during the infamous 'coup attempt' which became known as Tsholotsho declaration are a sharp parallel contrast to narrations he offered in an article penned in December, 2004, which has now been unearthed. Moyo's recent accounts lay all the blame on Vice President...
A pair of Facebook accounts that have achieved some fame due to the images of cash, cars and private jets are fake profiles whose modus is to scam unsuspecting users into sending money, a Khuluma Afrika Investigation revealing the true identities of the fraudsters has revealed. The accounts, Charity Mnangagwa...
Lawmakers from the two biggest parties in Zimbabwe, the ruling Zanu-PF party now led by Emmerson Mnangagwa, and the Movement for Democratic Change (T) led by opposition figure Morgan Tsvangirai, are set to get Robert Mugabe impeached in proceedings set to begin on Tuesday, amid suggestions that the veteran...
By Hubert Sithole Zimbabwe has a new President and a new cabinet. The ascendency of the former to the throne was greeted with praise, the naming of the latter with skepticism and sometimes sheer outrage. Excitement at Mugabe’s demise was warranted and justified. The man was obsessed with power at all...