Back to the future for ANC foreign policy?

Peter Fabricius Correspondent Later this month South Africa’s ruling party begins its five-yearly policy conference to determine the direction to be taken by the new African National Congress (ANC) p...
Britain has exited the EU

Africa’s stake in Brexit

Carlos Lopes Correspondent As Britain focuses on what its relationship with the European Union might look like once it leaves the bloc, sometime during 2019, the rest of the world is already girding ...
James Joyce

Bloomsday homage to James Joyce

Stanely Mushava Literature Today To hear his contemporaries separately, James Joyce is either the literary equivalent of Albert Einstein or the pesky schoolboy. His hunger for controversy and avant-g...

Reading allegories in fantasy literature

Christopher Farai Charamba The Reader “A reader lives a thousand times before he dies.” These the words of the “Game of Thrones” scribe George R.R. Martin. The books, now turned into a major televisi...

Meet farmer extraordinaire Ziki

Leroy Dzenga Features Writer Growing up in a rural setting, farming had always been among the prime activities 50-year-old Tinashe Ziki took part in. His interest stemmed further than the average com...
Joice Mujuru

Zimbabwe: The passing of Neo-Colonial Man

THE OTHER SIDE NATHANIEL MANHERU The year 1970 saw the birth of a publication titled “The Passing of Tribal Man in Africa”. Edited by a Canadian academic, the late Peter C. W. Gutkind, the publicatio...
President Mugabe

Use ICTs productively: President

From Abel Zhakata in Mutare PRESIDENT Mugabe has urged youths to use New Information Technologies productively, castigating rampant misuse of the Internet that he said was bringing undesirable foreig...