Khuluma Afrika

Contributions and Analysis from Khuluma Afrika members

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,...
By Patson Dzamara The problems facing Zimbabwe are not an act of God, or the sad eventuality unforeseen circumstances. They are manmade disasters. This is not a new analysis, or a space found analysis. It is common knowledge. Having been conspicuous in my lamentations regarding this, in recent times I have...
By Mlondolozi Ndlovu A Harare based pro-democracy group has accused Zimbabwean police of abandoning their constitutional duties and turning themselves into Zanu PF political “commissars” ahead of this weekend’s Bikita West by-election. Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) said in a statement that the parliamentary by-election has been marred by violence and...
By Tich Mushambadope Vox Populi, Vox Dei Abraham Lincoln’s closing statement in the Gettysburg address which he asserted:  “…that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth”, has been honoured by the Electoral College as it confirmed Donald Trump as the forty-fifth United States...
By Maynard Manyowa Donald Trump, the celebrity outsider pulled off the un-thinkable. Or so it seems. Riding on a wave of immense xenophobia, racism, sexism, bigotry, hatred, and plain misinformation, Trump is the President Elect of the United States of America. It should have been easy to predict however. This has...
By Abednico Siambombe One of my friends during a discussion iterated that we in Zimbabwe need to ask why China our all-weather friend has poured US8illion in Mozambique, US$5billion in Zambia and Malawi, set up a car assembly plant in Springs South Africa yet Zimbabwe gets only US$0.5 billion. We...
By Maynard Manyowa (Correspondent) Harare – A set of pictures depicting ‘sworn’ rivals Minister Saviour Kasukuwere and Norton MP Temba Mliswa have caused up an uproar on social media, amid analysis that the images are a revelation that the latter has ditched opposition and war vets who supported his election...
Author: Bazil Bhasera Title: Tethered: Breaking Free From The Past, Kadoma, Zimbabwe. Lithium Publishers, Paper Back (194 pages). (Includes End notes, Bibliography) 2016. Tethered is a semi biographical book. The book explores the after effects of life altering hurts and events that take place in every day people’s lives. This piece...
By Prof Changamire The world is coming to terms with a paroxysm of national anger and the reality of The Donald being the POTUS elect, despite many polls and experts saying otherwise, Donald Trump now occupies the Oval office. A question on many an analyst is how did it happen? I...
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...