His sophisticated lyrics — or big boy talk as he calls it — paint a visual for his fans to understand where he comes from and how he managed to get into the position he is in currently.Read More Of “Hurricanes: A memoir”
Set 20 years on, at the turn of the millennium, This Mournable Body concludes the series with a harrowing reflection on the false promises of the education system for black Zimbabwean women.Read More Appreciating ‘This mournable body’
The series stars Ama Qamata as 16-year-old Puleng Khumalo, an intelligent, proactive and impulsive teen on a mission to find her long-lost sister.Read More Blood and Water: A review
The conflict alluded to in the title — between the assembly lines of Detroit and the artisanal workshops of Modena, Italy, for supremacy in the racing world — is a bit of a red herring.Read More FORD v FERRARI : A review
It is not a foregone conclusion that a Biden administration would reverse this hostility. But it is probable.Read More THE U.S ELECTION: What’s in it for Africa?
Quite a number of people believe that a person’s name is potent enough to ultimately lead to the achievement of their destiny. Thus, the meaning of your life will invariably come from the name you are given. Traditionally, a predictor is a person or thing that predicts an occurrence or consequence of something in future; […]Read More Of names as predictors and predators of destiny…
When confronted with the murder charge the old man and his wife were both adamant and both said that they thought the shotgun was unloaded.Read More Stranger than Fiction…
In his time, his reputation was so widespread that hundreds of pilgrims flocked daily to the holy city of Chitungwiza to seek his advice.Read More The Legendary Chaminuka: Chitungwiza’s Own
The traditional understanding of the term horizon is that of an apparent line at which the earth’s surface and the skyline appear to meet.Read More AFRICA’S HORIZON OF POVERTY: A PHILOSOPHICAL APPROACH
Are we back to precolonial times when militarism guaranteed chiefs’ hold onto power? Who is actually in control here, the people, the army or the West?Read More Military Coup in Mali: Déjà Vu??