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By Whitlaw Mugwiji I would like to take this opportunity to wish you a Merry Christmas and prosperous 2017. These are lines we recite, year in year out but this year has been a bit difficult to simply recite the same lines. How could I not feel the emptiness in...
Khuluma Afrika's co-Editor, Maynard Manyowa will as of tommorow, January 31, 2017, be temporarily relieved from his duties for an indefinite period of time while he undergoes treatment for medical complications which at this point are considered 'considerably serious' Exactly a year and a month since the launch of the...
By Linda Shiundu Tensions surrounding North Korea, have risen sharply since Trump took office. Pyongyang has continued its pursuit of nuclear weapons even as the new president has declared the status quo is "unacceptable." President Donald Trump’s approach to foreign policy – based on tactics and transactions, rather than strategic vision...
By Maynard Manyowa We have noted with great concern, and sadness reports carried in online media, and traditional state media regarding the health of Patson Dzamara. While ordinarily we would not comment on malicious rumours, nor dance to machinations of state mouth pieces, we feel the traction gained by these lies...
By Silvanos Mudzvova Cde Dickson Chingaira Makoni aka Chinx passed away a few days ago. To the loved ones he has left behind, I say, ‘Nematambudziko' (Condolences). In Zimbabwe, norm often dictates that ‘Afa anaka’, loosely translated to ‘better he that has passed’ but implying that no bad thing, nomatter how honest...
On the 25th of May, 2017  a group of young creative minds known as unthinQ released their first episode of a new web series titled African Dynasties on their Youtube channel and also via their Facebook page. The web series is set to do 13 episodes of biographies of African...
Hi Fadzie. Excuse my disregard for formality, but I guess I'm just a writer trying to make sense before an impression. My experience with 'educated' leaders has shown me the futility of judging a person by the title they bear. Anyway, I hope this finds you well, Advocate. I've avidly followed...
The Southern African Confederation of Agricultural Unions (SACAU) is joining a global call to make agriculture insurance available as one of the tools to help farmers in general, and smallholders in particular, to adapt to the challenges of climate change. “We understand how farmers across southern Africa have been affected...
By Shingi Nyahwa Every human being is entitled the right to privacy more so all African societies throughout the world value the dignity of women at the uttermost. The past week has seen a frenzy of excitement over the leaked nudes of Rwandan presidential hopeful Diane Rwigara and this episode...
With elections drawing closer by the day, the battle for the hearts and minds of Zimbabweans is in full swing, a battle which I dare say is going Zanu PF’s way unless something drastic changes in the months leading to the polls. Candour: NQABA MATSHAZI Let us forget about electoral and...
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...