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Guest Column by Dimo Mariri Following the swearing in of Cyril Ramaphosa as the new president of South Africa, some pundits have claimed that the EFF will become irrelevant. President Ramaphosa is being portrayed as an anti-thesis of Jacob Zuma. There is a presumption that he is committed to a...
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...
Hip hop culture is a fluid that takes the shape of the container. The multi-element culture which has been termed the “fastest growing culture” in the world now has a say in Political Presidiums. Enter Nelson Chamisa the Rapper. The layman who dwells on pub-talks and grapevine has of late...
Guest Column By Makho Precious Moyo I have read the Catholic Justice Commission (C.J.C) report on Gukurahundi and am at pains trying to contain my tears. The atrocities committed by the fifth brigade are actually tantamount to a genocide committed by Mugabe and his regime. The witness accounts in the...
NEWS ANALYSIS (By Simon Allison for Mail and Guardian) Oh, what cruel irony. It was Zimbabwe’s brave, emphatic, tireless opposition leaders who, for decades, led the political fight against president Robert Mugabe and his despotic rule. Although imperfect, it was leaders like Morgan Tsvangirai, Tendai Biti and Welshman Ncube who...
Guest Column by Munya Hoto Before the year is over, Zimbabwe will hold harmonised elections to select the next government. This election is unique for a number of reasons but the key and most outstanding reasons is that for the first time in its long history, the ruling party ZANU PF,...
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...
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,...