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SEXUAL HEALTH: what you need to know. I know most of you got excited when you saw the term sexual and began to think twice when you saw the term health. Before you decide to skip this let me ask you a few questions Have you ever had sex? Do you or...
Ephraim Zvarevashe Companies do a lot to prop up their brands, sometimes reaping spectacular success stories and in other instances realizing totally undesirable results. The end game is to guarantee that the winnings are sustainable and the misses provide a learning opportunity for the company. We all learn something...
Thandisizwe Mgudlwa Since white domination forced its way in 1652, the indigenous Black inhabitants of the country were to suffer under the oppressive laws of the Colonial regimes still democratic rule of 1994. It was through the centuries of Struggle for Freedom that Black would finally be in a position to...
By Immigration Maziwisa The last few weeks have been very interesting in Zimbabwean politics. Interesting because so much happened in the blink of an eye. For the first time in 37 years, Zimbabweans from all upbringings merged in their common cause to march against former president Robert Mugabe’s protracted reign....
FORMER Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko will be remembered for all the firsts, albeit all negative, in his brief but forgettable tenure punctuated by political blunders, useless projects and chaotic conduct. Nduduzo Tshuma, Political Editor (Chronicle) Mr Mphoko, at his appointment in 2015, was the first from the PF Zapu’s Zipra military wing...
Former Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Jonathan Moyo has made spectacular and improbable claims that 25 SAS snipers raided his home. The former G40 kingpin, took to twitter to make the sensational claims.   What would you do if you & your family survived a 2am-15 minute ZDF attack on your...
By Hubert Sithole A hot potato is a sensitive situation or controversial issue that is difficult to handle and thus gets passed from one person to the next (like a potato that is too hot to hold). When the hot potato is a person, in this case a former President,...
Zimbabwe’s ruling Zanu PF party’s Central Committee has convened today to discuss recommendations by its provincial coordinating committees. It is expected that the sitting will recall the country’s President, Robert Mugabe, and instruct all Members of Parliament to move a motion to impeach the nonagenarian. After more than 4 decades...
Zimbabwe’s President, Robert Mugabe has led his country on the back of brute force, incredible wit, and constitutional gamesmanship. When tables have turned on him, he has, used his ‘flowery tongue’ to convince his opponents to turn them right up, or he has bent rules and treaded the line...
This comment was supplied by Khuluma Afrika's Hubert Sithole in the aftermath of a press conference called by War Veterans in Zimbabwe. You can watch it here, and an analysis by co-Editor Maynard Manyowa to understand the context.  Robert Mugabe is stuck in no man's land. All boats have sailed...
The rabble rousing and thunderous cheer that Emmerson Mnangagwa received from ZANU PF supporters at a rally in Bulawayo on the 4th of November 2017, juxtaposed to first lady Grace Mugabe’s booing and heckling at the same occasion could certainly have been the last straw for Mnangagwa’s continued stay...