The fear curse and the disenfranchised generation: Case of Zimbabwean young people.

OPINION By James Martin Speaking during the Bastille Day Anniversary in Paris-France in July 1996, former South African President Nelson Mandela said: “Young people are capable, when aroused, of bringing down the towers of oppression and raising the banners of freedom.” Implied here is that the ball is in young people’s court to bring change …

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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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Parliamentarians protest the NPRC Bill

By Nkanyiso Ncube The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) Bill finally returned to Parliament this week after it was rejected on its initial reading early last year following complaints by the public that the bill gave National Peace and Reconciliation minister too much room to interfere in the commission’s activities. Legislators across the political divide said the contents of the NPRC bill are vague …

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