Diaspora & Society

3 hours ago | November 26, 2022

Who benefited on Black Friday as chaos reigned supreme?

Dr Masimba Mavaza The biggest day in the shopping calendar did not disappoint as retailers slashed their prices to offer ...

Bizarre World Cup tales chronicled

BUENOS AIRES. – A man jumped into a river full of crocodiles to get tickets for 2010’s World Cup, a Uruguay player ...

Windhoek pulls down coloniser’s statue

WINDHOEK. – Authorities in Namibia’s capital Windhoek on Wednesday took down and relocated a statue of a controversial ...

1 week ago | November 19, 2022

Diaspora and the bane of festive season

Dr Masimba Mavaza Being in a foreign land, wherever you may be, enriches you with unique richness in diversity of ...

SA ‘ghost hunters’ venture into night looking for answers

PRETORIA. – Shortly after nightfall, flashlight in hand, Rivas Bright knocks twice on the broken window of an abandoned ...

3 weeks ago | November 5, 2022

For the diasporans, giving is rarely reciprocal

Dr Masimba Mavaza Being abroad is always a calabash of mixed feelings. But the feeling of going home even for a day is a ...

1 month ago | October 15, 2022

When parents choose faith ahead of child’s life

Dr Masimba Mavaza Gamuchirai Matongo, an active 22-year-old man, was healthy until the day his parents took him to the ...

British chancellor Kwarteng shown the door

LONDON. – Kwasi Kwarteng has been sacked as British chancellor amid intense speculation Prime Minister Liz Truss is ...

2 months ago | October 8, 2022

Sacrilege, blasphemy rear ugly head in SA

Dr Masimba Mavaza Since xenophobic violence erupted in South Africa a lot of crimes against humanity have been ...

2 months ago | October 1, 2022

CCC feeding Diaspora with lies

Dr Masimba Mavaza The Diaspora recently was fed a glut of fake news on the situation in Zimbabwe. As the CCC and few ...

Poisoned liquor kills 19 boozers in Morocco

RABAT. – Authorities in Morocco confirmed yesterday that 19 people had died of alcohol poisoning in the northern ...

2 months ago | September 24, 2022

Deep-rooted cultural, traditional beliefs in UK

Dr Masimba Mavaza The death of Queen Elizabeth 11 and the ascending to power of King Charles 111 showed that tradition ...

3 months ago | September 10, 2022

Zimbabweans in diaspora join in mourning Queen Elizabeth II

Dr Masimba Mavaza Zimbabweans in the United Kingdom have joined the world in mourning the passing away of Queen ...

Ivory Coast develops ‘Superphone’ to help illiterate people communicate

A new mobile phone designed and assembled in Ivory Coast is helping illiterate users to overcome difficulties. Thanks to ...

4 months ago | August 6, 2022

Bringing up children in UK a risky business

Dr Masimba Mavaza STATISTICS from May Bulman of the Standard UK indicate that children in the UK now live in dangerous ...