Diaspora & Society

4 months ago | October 1, 2022

Poisoned liquor kills 19 boozers in Morocco

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

4 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 ...

5 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 ...

6 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 ...

6 months ago | July 30, 2022

Diaspora has created business opportunities in Zim

Dr Masimba Mavaza In a bid to facilitate investing back home, a vehicle of investment, the Zimbabwe Investment Business ...

Makhadzi pledges support for Master KG

JOHANNESBURG. – Award-winning musician and performer Makhadzi, real name Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, has pledged her ...

Young Kenyans shun election hype

NAIROBI. — As a familiar campaign jingle brings the Kenyan crowd to their feet, Hellen Atieno joins her compatriots and ...

7 months ago | July 9, 2022

Zimbabweans in UK anxious as Johnson exits

Dr Masimba Mavaza We must all remember that until a British Prime minister talks to the Queen, he will not resign ...

7 months ago | July 2, 2022

Diasporians still choose home for burials

Dr Masimba Mavaza Diaspora labours heavily under one question. Where will you be buried? It is a question that requires ...

7 months ago | June 25, 2022

Dilemma of a Zimbabwean parent

Dr Masimba Mavaza Family togetherness is important regardless of where you’re from, and especially during times of ...

8 months ago | June 11, 2022

Faith healers in UK milk the terminally ill

Dr Masimba Mavaza Men of God are generally perceived to be closer to God than an average person. As such, they are ...

8 months ago | June 4, 2022

Cultural differences land many Zimbabweans in UK prisons

Dr Masimba Mavaza When some Zimbabweans embark on a trip abroad, they rarely research on the country they are visiting. ...

9 months ago | May 21, 2022

Chikoto: A mayor with the youths at heart

Dr Masimba Mavaza The newly-elected Mayor of Corby Councillor Tafadzwa Chikoto has revealed what kept him moving towards ...

9 months ago | April 23, 2022

Dealing with death of parents while in Diaspora traumatic

Dr Masimba Mavaza As one looks at his or her parents, one will never think that one day they will die. Death is ...