Land was at the epicentre of different liberation struggles in Africa and continues to be an issue to this day. Pan-African unity was propagated when liberation … Continue reading United we stand?: Land, pan-Africanism & the damoclean sword of sanctions
A well-loved statistic is that Zimbabwe has the highest literacy rate in Africa. It sits loftily at 97%. So proud are we of this that it’s … Continue reading Oh Zimbabwe, education is more than just being able to read
Article by Ricky Marima originally posted on his blog, Africa’s economics and other crimes, and republished here with his consent. Since President Mnangagwa’s inauguration last November, Zimbabwe’s … Continue reading No such thing as a free recovery
2018 is around the corner, electioneering is just at that point before fever pitch. The all-too-familiar pre-rallying phase. The time when new political parties pop up … Continue reading “Dear diaspora, give us your money, but keep out of politics”
WE ARE FUCKED! When words fail, the only thing some of us can say or do is gasp – exasperated – and swear. For me, that … Continue reading Oh dear, WE ARE FUCKED!
I walked into the living room and was horrified to find that I could not watch a telenovela directed by a friend of mine because my father was … Continue reading Digitise or go dark?: But we have been in the dark!