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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...
Attention attention attention auditorium(silence), the melodies emanating from that choir are of different notes and contrasting pitch. At this moment for the benefit of the audience would you like take recite individually your weekly anthem that you just sung so we give the judges a fair account of what...
The 14th of February 2018 will forever be remembered as a huge day in the SADC region in general and Zimbabwe in particular. Edgar Lungu of Zambia reshuffled cabinet, a move which defies any rationale, Jacob Zuma of South Africa was forced to resign under mounting pressure and a...
Pretoria - The leader of the Enlightened Christian Gathering Church, and President of Shepherd Bushiri Investments has categorically distanced himself from reports in Zimbabwe stating that he has(d) anointed Robert Mugabe's successor, and that he would be flying into the country on Thursday to address a business breakfast. In a statement...
By Patheos The science is in, and God is not the answer Yesterday the international polling organisation WIN/Gallup released the results of a massive new survey into religion worldwide (here’s their press release). You’ve probably seen the news reports, mostly talking about which countries have the most (or fewest) religious people,...
Cyril Ramaphosa must provide ANC branches with a new alternative for South Africa. ANC branches are the ones that hold the cards of whether the 105 year old liberation movement sinks or swim. And by implication the future of the country. And come ANC national elective conference from December 16-20, it would...
Khuluma Afrika is pleased to announce a new editorial with restructured and re-assigned roles, as we seek to grown the platform and provide cutting edge reporting from Zimbabwe. Founding Editor, Jacob Changamire is now the Editor in Chief. Previously he worked as co-editor together with Maynard Manyowa. Due to personal...
By Patson Dzamara Sky blue and purple are my favourite colours. It will be very naive of me to expect everyone around me to like those colours the same way I do. My good is not everyone's good.I do not attend any of these prophets' churches. I don't understand some...
The ICC and the African union differ on key ideological matters, specifically that of justice over peace, or vice versa. It means these two key organs work against each other and not with each other. To stop the death of anymore victims, its time Africa left the ICC, enmasse. Written...
By Professor Cde Thom Chimuranga That Mugabe is a charming orator is beyond doubt and there is hardly any logic behind a conflicting argument. His speeches are often characterized by standing ovations and relentless applauds throughout. That perhaps, is a notable gift we cannot seize from him. But somehow we seem...
Guest column by Tich Mushambadope   Shoulders of giants True to Sir Isaac Newton’s axiom which eloquently asserts that for one to see further it is only by perching on the shoulder of giants, the new President of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Dambudzo Mngangagwa affectionately known as ED ought for, all purposes and...