amai jukwa

Malema, inconvenient but necessary youth

I hope our friends in the revolutionary ANC party and government do not get angry with me for my choice of entry point for this week’s instalment. Of course I wish to refer to South Africa’s enfant t...
amai jukwa

Let’s admit it, we are a violent people

A VIOLENT mob last week threatened to violently assault Tafadzwa Mapako after a court granted her over a thousand dollars in monthly maintenance. Their beef? She is a gold-digger and is ruining Mache...
Minister Mavhaire

Zimbabwe has no real problems

Political Mondays With Amai Jukwa— There are no separatists fighting for a chunk of Manicaland. There is virtually no risk of military conflict with any of our neighbours. We have no reason to ...
amai jukwa

Mwonzora puts up a brave face

All is not well in the MDC-T. One faction claims to have expelled Mangoma. He calls the suspension null and void. Another faction claims to have suspended Tsvangirai. That too is described as null an...
BITI TSVANGIRAYI

Tendai Biti, coward of the county

“I AM proud to announce today that we have discussed our issues and there is now unprecedented harmony and unity of purpose in the MDC cockpit,” Tsvangirai explained. Describing calls for him to step...
jukwa2

Kereke, Mliswa long lost twins?

TEMBA MLISWA’s attempted rebuttal of extortion allegations levelled against him by businessman Billy Rautenbach was rather unpersuasive, at some points even comical. Far from restoring his standing p...

War veterans should back off

Political Mondays with Amai Jukwa LAST week legislators were treated to inexpensive Parliamentary entertainment as Dubeko Sibanda (MDC-T) and Mandi Chimene (Zanu-PF) squared off like pompous teenager...
jukwa1

Of aristocrats, evil political parties

Reducing all our problems to Zanu-PF is tempting but ultimately unhelpful. The truth is considerably more complex. IF I were to walk up to a woman selling tomatoes at the local market and ask her to ...
mkereke

Establish trust, it is capital

Amai Jukwa Political Mondays This Government does not need money. It needs to establish trust, confidence that it can be relied upon to do what is right — whatever the cost Trust is Capital
The question of the Zimbabwean dollar should be open for discussion

Tafataona Mahoso’s ‘foolish’ wisdom

Political Monday with Amai Jukwa I  have always found Mahoso and Chivaura a ponderous and tiresome pair. Chivaura’s combative prime-time ZBC show, African Pride, is self-indulgent and largely uninspi...
Bob Carr, the former Australian foreign minister, pressured Uganda over its homosexual laws

The evolution of white supremacy

White nations still esteem their ideas as supreme. The world must simply follow in tow THE idea that white supremacy has given way to racial equality simply because we managed to violently overthrow ...