Bread May Be The Least Concern This Independence Day

By Wisdom Mumera State media, in one of its vaunted hallucinations predicted/promised or prophesied that come April the prices of basic good would have gone down. April is here and bread has paved the way by leaping to $3.50 a loaf. A host of prices have done the obvious and gone South. This is the …

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Mnangagwa’s Coup Secrets Revealed

By Wisdom Mumera Douglas Rogers has released what Ray Ndlovu should have done when he wrote the falsely hyped hagiography that was supposed to be an expose of Mnangagwa’s epic dash for the throne. Whereas Ndlovu’s book, In The Jaws of the Crocodile, ended up as a convenient literature massage for the gruesome power grab …

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Botswana Reviews LGBT Laws

By Staff Reporter Botswana has become the latest African country to review its laws relating to same sex relations and its High Court will be giving a judgement in June. A case filed at the courts is challenging provisions of the colonial era penal code Section 164 which prohibits ‘unnatural offences’ defined as ‘carnal knowledge …

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Novuyo Keeps Breaking Boundaries with Gukurahundi Novel

Staff Reporter One of the dangers of Gukurahundi as a political subject continues to manifest itself through the plight of Novuyo Rosa Tshuma’s debut novel, House of Stone, which continues to make waves beyond the borders. Back here it has remained unknown and unrecognized by the authorities that would have been expected to jump upon …

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Soon You Will Send WhatsApp Messages from Facebook

By Staff Reporter Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has promised an evolutionary shift of his company’s messaging apps to increase interoperability among the three messaging apps, WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook. In a message Zuckerberg said, people want to be able to choose which service they use to communicate with people. “However, today if you want to …

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Beatrice Mtetwa Honoured By Harvard

By Staff Reporter Prominent human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa has been recognised for her sterling work in the field of law after being included on the 2019 list of Harvard Law International Women’s Day Potrait Exhibit. The annual event recognizes female lawyers, policy-makers and change-makers ‘who strive for impact and excellence in the legal field”. …

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Vimbai’s Bootylicious Mourning

By Reporter In the midst of a national sex tape dearth, Vimbai Zimuto has come to be the next thing to sap appetites with some unerving exhibitionist nudes showing a full African booty. First was a Women’s Day breastful pose lauding sagging pairs as a sign of responsibility and a full pleasurable sucking by the …

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Venter Deals with Nigeria’s Version of Gukurahundi

By Wisdom Mumera Africa sometimes is one large family dissected by contrived boundaries. What occurs within those boundaries testifies to the universal similarities characteristic to the continent. Whilst we have our infamous Gukurahundi tragedy dangling as Damocles’ sword, forever waiting and kept waiting by the powers that be, Nigeria has its own version of the …

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Mungoshi’s Death: Are We Doing Enough for Our Heroes

Staff Reporter The sad passing away of writer Dr Charles Mungoshi, following the passing of Dr Oliver Mtukudzi has opened the unnerving questions of whether we are we doing enough for our heroes as a country. Both were awarded Honorary Doctorates in recognition of their sterling work, the other as a musician and the other …

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