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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...
Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister Honorable July Moyo has declared war on illegal vendors. Speaking during a press conference that was also attended by acting Harare Town Clerk Eng Hosiah Chisango, the minister did not mince his words.    “In view of this untenable situation, let us all...
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...
One woman making it into the ANC top 6 dealt a major blow to the advancement of women in South Africa’s national politics. The nation will have to live with this for at least the next 5 years and with ANC likely to return power under new President Cyril Ramaphosa,...
This part is bad Prophet Magaya's rape case simply will not go away. He will now stand trial. It has been a tale of twists, turns and shockers. Firstly, the trial could not take place on more than 3 occasions because the presiding Prosecutor Sebastian Mutizirwa could not put his papers...
I  am a stranger to jargon, ignorant they call me. My jaws-drop every time i listen to Minister Chris Mutsvangwa orate John Bulls language with such aplomb. My confidence is codenamed public opinion, indeed i sorely fear expressing my sentiments. So i whisper around my sentiments till my fellows...
Tribalism is a very deadly weapon, and for centuries politicians have used it to divide and conquer nations. For me, what immediately comes to mind when I think of the dire effects of tribalism, is the Rwandan genocide of 1994. Statistics differ, some say around 1 million Rwandans mostly...
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....