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Virginity: What’s It Worth?

Conversations about virginity always get people riled up because it usually affects their cultural or religious beliefs and we know those are dangerous waters to trade on. By Gracia Casandra  Firstly l will need to put a disclaimer that the following are not my opinion but rather from research and also opinions from Zimbabwean women […]

Op-Ed: The G20 Faces Three Big Tests

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve heard a lot about global solidarity. Unfortunately, words by themselves will not end the pandemic – or curb the impact of the climate crisis. Now is the moment to show what solidarity means in practice. As G20 Finance Ministers meet in Venice, they face three crucial solidarity […]

Why Africa Needs To Asset Its Position In The International Division Of Labour System

The international economy has always been characterised by the specialization of particular countries in distinct branches of production, whether this be in certain products, or in selected parts of the production process. By Tyra Mhakayakora The International Division of labour is more precisely defined as the specialization of particular countries in distinct branches of production, whether this be […]

OPINION: Emerging Politics of Zim’s Latest Constitutional Amendment

The Parliament of Zimbabwe is in the process of amending Zimbabwe’s national constitution a second time in as many years.  At the time of writing the Constitutional Amendment Bill number 2 is headed for Senate after having been agreed to by way of a required two thirds majority vote in the National Assembly.  The latter […]

Tech Trends That Cannot Be Ignored in 2021 And Beyond

  The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated reduced physical human interaction with more people engaging online now than ever before. This is unlikely to fade anytime soon and will see the increased datafication of our lives. Every click leaves a digital or data footprint – a trail of information that we have viewed or created. These […]

OPINION: ‘Silence is Golden’

No one has ever been misquoted for keeping silent, thus silence is golden. By Shelton Muchena/Desmond Nleya This adage fits well to the man who has been a work horse of ZANU PF since the turn of the new millennium. The man has been at one time sitting at the higher echelon of the ruling […]

SADC Leaders To Put A Rubber Stamp on Mozambique Conflict

The conflict in Mozambique lies in the hands of African leadership. It’s their mandate to promote peace as per their Defence and Security protocol and have a resolution for peace to prevail. Of worrisome , wherever there is political instability and civil wars in e have rebels fighting Africa, the western countries are involved all […]

JOB SIKHALA: My Arrest, Signs of Danger For Everyone in Zimbabwe

I received intelligence early morning on Friday the 8th of January 2021, that the regime of Emmerson Mnangagwa was planning to arrest me. As I always know the information to reliable, I informed the world about the impending arrest. I informed my brother and friend Hopewell Chin’ono about the information and he said he will […]

Media: Partner Or Foe In Zim Fight Against COVID-19?

Against the backdrop of the devastating coronavirus which has claimed millions of lives and still counting, media has done little as part of the frontline soldiers in combating the diseases through dissemination of accurate information and awareness. By Shelton Muchena Questions would be asked whether the fourth estate is playing its part or is now […]

Digital Systems, The Key Solution to Ending Spread Of Covid-19

Since its onset in December 2019, Covid-19 has affected all aspects of human life across the world. Be it schooling or work, it is no longer business as usual. By Shelton Muchena The fact that Covid-19 is a social disease, with social interaction as its primary means of spread, has brought emphasis on the need […]