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Why Zimbabwe is still unsafe for journalists?

BY TARUBEREKERA MASARA The 3rd of May World Press Freedom Day commemorations  call attention a serious introspection on the threat which media in Zimbabwe is subject to that is a triple challenge of state, emergency...

A Revolution that Lost its Way: Which Way Zimbabwe?

By Dr Takavafira M. Zhou This epistle is a historical analysis and must never be associated with any political party or organisation, but historical probity. Historian Andrew Astrow called the Zimbabwean liberation Struggle and its...

Zimbabweans in S.A press distress button, asks government to repatriate them

Taruberekera Masara in Pretoria  Zimbabwean ambassador to South Africa David Hamadziripi says they have been inundated with calls from distressed nationals seeking help amid the Covid-19 lockdown in South Africa. Speaking on a radio program Power...

Zimbabweans in SA resort to underground ways to send remittances to families home

By Josiah Mucharowana in Pretoria Extended lockdown settings imposed by both South Africa and Zimbabwe on citizens have rendered efforts by Zimbaweans to send either groceries and remittances to loved ones back home a challenging...

Gold is in Dirt: A tale of toil, sweat and passion for a young...

By Josiah Mucharowana and Masara Taruberekera in Pretoria. Gold is in dirt! This rings true for Zimbabwean Ashirai Mawere Mutirikwi (33) of Chipinge, Manicaland Province. The land reform program is widely portrayed as an economic disaster,but in...
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