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Mugabe and the lessons left behind

By Jerome-Mario Utomi As background to this piece, Robert Gabriel Mugabe was born on February 21, 1924, in Kutama, Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), in 1963. He founded ZANU, a resistance movement against British colonial rule. Mugabe became prime minister of the new Republic of Zimbabwe after British rule ended in …

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Robert Mugabe Hasn’t Gone Anywhere

By Obi Egbuna Jr When the mother of Zimbabwe’s First Chimurenga, Mbuya Nehanda, uttered her last words “Mapfupa angu achamuka” (my bones will rise) in 1896 after being captured by Rhodesian colonialists and invaders, our fallen comrade was attempting to warn these sadistic war criminals that 28 years later, Zimbabwe’s …

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Noise: A menace in residential areas

Tanaka Mahanya Features Writer The global world today is experiencing major constant propagation of religious all-night prayers and crusades which are believed to provide solutions to the numerous problems facing people. Sounds of horns, clattering cymbals, blasting drums, rattling shackles and high-pitched voices accompany worshippers at all-night prayers and crusades. …

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Hong Kong protests unjustified, sinister

Special Correspondent VIOLENT Western-backed protests which have rocked the Hong Kong Special Administration Region (HKSAR) — a semi-autonomous Chinese territory — since June, have disrupted social order, led to the destruction of property while undermining the “One Country, Two Systems” principle under which China operates. HKSAR, formerly under British control, …

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Robert Mugabe hasn’t gone anywhere

Obi Egbuna Jr Correspondent When the mother of Zimbabwe’s First Chimurenga, Mbuya Nehanda, uttered her last words “Mapfupa angu achamuka” (my bones will rise) in 1896 after being captured by Rhodesian colonialists and invaders, our fallen comrade was attempting to warn these sadistic war criminals that 28 years later, Zimbabwe’s …

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SA, fight for social justice

Bevan Musoko Correspondent Even before his burial, former President Robert Mugabe could be turning in his coffin given the scale and scariness of the on-going black-on-black violence in South Africa. While disguised as motivated by scarcity of jobs and other economic opportunities which South Africans are blaming on the influx …

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Editorial Comment: Funding will unlock healthcare opportunities

The recent successful operation by a team of local surgeons to remove a 12,3kg 11-year-old kidney cyst from a patient goes to show that Zimbabwe has good doctors capable of delicate and complicated medical procedures without sophisticated equipment that is found in developed countries. We must commend and recognise consultant …

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