By Livingstone Masamba There is a thin line between Robert Mugabe and Ian Smith’s oppressive tendencies in terms of retaining State Power. The two share many similarities ranging from dealing ruthlessly with opposition to employing unorthodox means to prolong their stay at State House. However, one thing that separates the 2...
Harare – Zimbabwe’s President Robert Gabriel Mugabe has been summarily dismissed from his party position as first secretary and leader of his Zanu PF party, while his deputy, Emmerson Mnangagwa, fired just over 11 days ago has been reinstated. This came after the most authoritative body in the party, the...
By Whitlaw Tanyanyiwa Mugwiji Black Lives Matter must be more than just a slogan or a preserve of African Americans being shot by the American police force. It must be all encompassing for black people everywhere across the globe. I am a fan of Black American history. As such I have read...
By Barnet Benjamin Verenga Lemme tell you something about where I come from: I come from a place where the river of love and compassion shallows and leaders turn to rulers A place where hearts turn to crazy eight hearts pierced with darts fragmented to parts before the day starts the stats...
Harare - Reports in local and social media stating that the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans association was demanding pay outs of $500,000 United States Dollars, among a plethora of other things are categorically false, misleading, and malicious, Khuluma Afrika has learnt. Earlier yesterday it was reported that War Veterans,...
MUTSA MURENJE He was a businessman. I met him when I was with my friend. My friend and I were first year students at the University of Zimbabwe where we were both reading for our honours degrees in social work and psychology respectively. I studied social work and my friend...
Harare - The Ambassador of United States of America to Zimbabwe Harry Keels Thomas Jr said that his government has tremendous respect for Africa, despite the fact that President Donald Trump highlighted African countries as “Shitholes” last week. Addressing participants at the Global Grants Fund launch at the Harare International Conference...
By Prof Changamire Keeping silent about gross injustice validates the position of the oppressor, the arrest of a private citizen for merely demanding his constitutional rights is deplorable and should be condemned with the contempt it deserves, we can't be apathetic at this time, it's puzzling to witness this pernicious...
This article appears on Hopewell Chin'ono Facebook page and is published here with his permission.  Democracy as practiced in the west and how it is understood in the South, seems to mean all sorts of different things to different people. By Hopewell Chin’ono  In the US, they have a two-horse race presidential...
Mt Darwin -  Zimbabwe's Minister of Local Government, Saviour Kasukuwere allegedly spent 14 nights sleeping on his father's grave in a bid to spiritually cleanse himself of 'bad luck' which would expose his corrupt deals, Khuluma Afrika has been told. Kasukuwere, who hogged the limelight recently, after pictures of him...
By Maynard Manyowa  For 16 chastening years, Zimbabwe has been failing to meet its local demand for grain. Specifically, maize, its staple food. The consequences of that have been devastating in their simplicity; millions in perpetual need of food aid, more millions trapped in a ‘hunger on repeat’ horror sequel, even...