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...

Tracing the Historiograpgy and Amplification of Nehanda Myth

By Dr Takavafira Zhou It has never been my intention to engage in historical debate with people specialising in wishful thinking or arguments from positions of ignorance. But it is also a duty of historians...

Demystifying the ‘Wonder Herb’: The Zimbabwean Zumbani Story

By Dr Michael Bhebhe, I am a young Zimbabwean scientist with a Doctorate and Honors degrees in Biochemistry from the University of Zimbabwe. It is my pleasure to tell our own Zimbabwean story about one...

Zimbabwe’ Secondary Pandemic: A Crisis of Child pregnancy and sexual abuse

By Taruberekera Masara in Pretoria Zimbabwe is enduring a terrible pandemic inside a pandemic. There has been an unchecked rise in child pregnancy and sexual abuse across the country. Women Affairs Minister Sithembiso Nyoni reported that...

Coronavirus: A mixed bag of shrewd leadership, showboating and political rhetoric

By Josiah Mucharowana  Watching SA Ramaphosa's speech on Wednesday evening updating on how the nation is faring against the coronavirus, I could see a man in control albeit tense and distraught for what's at stake...
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