Joice Mujuru

Media: End of Meaning

The other side with Nathaniel Manheru I had a chuckle the other day when Zimbabwe People First propaganda novices were at pains to suggest an epic battle for leadership between Joice Mujuru and Marga...
Nomazulu Thata

US: Day Dimba invited Nzou into his home

The Other side with Nathaniel Manheru One Nomazulu Thata — that angry Zimbabwean beauty whose headgear leaves me breathless — is not too pleased with my snide comments on the sitting arrangement of J...
Joice Mujuru (right) met with former holder of Ruzambu Farm Guy Watson Smith (centre) to discuss compensation for the farm in London

Mujuru: The story of scattered wisdom

Nathaniel Manheru The other side— I have been reading Basil Davidson’s 1969 publication, The African Genius. This followed a claim I ran into in the context of my research where Davidson is des...
Obert Gutu

Demonstrators: A very modest proposal

The other side : Nathaniel Manheru— This week I enjoyed two statements sure to enrich the national stock of political sayings. The first one came from Kudzai Chipanga, the de facto leader of th...
An apathetic citizenry, one bereft of national consciousness, tempts those seeking to challenge a country’s sovereignty

Zimbabwe: To Decide is to Govern!

Nathaniel Manheru: The Other Side— I have made a pledge to you my readers. A pledge I will always endeavour to fulfil for as long as I write. That pledge is to raise difficult questions, break ...
Gold isn’t shy, and that is what Zimbabwe has, it’s yellow, not lily-livered, that is what we have embedded in our subsoil and it is our wealth

Africa: It is the darkness now!

The other side with Nathaniel Manheru— I have no difficulties with insults heaped upon our ancestors by the white world, both before and after colonisation. Much of it arose from overweening Vi...
Joice Mujuru

Zimbabwe: Country without a Nation?

The other side with Nathaniel Manheru— Phew what a humorous week I have had! I hope, dear reader, you have found the week just as mirthful. If not, here we go . . . First, the spectacle of taja...
Just imagine a Mawarire who calls for an uprising from the safety of some South African university, who takes him seriously?

Graduates: Builder, Pole, Daga, Thatch

Nathaniel Manheru I am truly grateful to the many people who joined in the debate to my instalment last week which focused on graduates and employment. It is the most commented upon piece I have done...