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??
In the years since the phrase, which has been reincarnated as “if you strike a woman, you strike a rock”, has come to represent women’s courage and strength in South Africa.Read More Of Women’s day: The South African version
Reconciliation goes hand in hand with many other factors and generates many difficult questions.Read More Of reconciliation in Africa
Argentinian, Argentinean and Argentine however, has stirred the passions of grammarians, pedants, and you.Read More IS IT ARGENTINIAN OR ARGENTINE??
Fear is a very strong tool that can blur humans’ logic and change their behaviour.Read More The Politics of Fear
July 9 marks nine years since South Sudan became independent. But the promise of that independence has yet to be realisedRead More Of South Sudan: Nine years and counting
The elements of what occurred on the streets of Dallas on 22 November 1963 are indelibly engraved onto the world’s memory.Read More J.F.K