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1 week ago | April 13, 2019

Sharuko on Saturday – The Brazilian ball boy, the ghost of ...

SO, where do we start in this pilgrimage into a fascinating world of controversy — a goal scored by a ball-boy in ...

3 weeks ago | April 1, 2019

Undemocratic ‘democrats’

There is hardly any democracy to talk about in how leadership is chosen in our opposition, yet those riding roughshod ...

1 month ago | March 16, 2019

Sharuko on Saturday

SOMEWHERE in the media blitz that accompanied the horror of a plane crash which killed 157 people in Ethiopia this week, ...

1 month ago | March 11, 2019

The disconnect in electoral democracy

That is just Chamisa’s misinformed idea of democracy, and it does not deserve intellectual attention. Democracy is a ...

2 months ago | February 25, 2019

Rule of law cannot be matter of opinion

From its formation, MDC has largely misread the impact of protest politics, hoping this in and of itself will one day ...

2 months ago | February 23, 2019

Sharuko on Saturday

IN September 1971, John Lennon dragged the world into fantasyland using the charm of a remarkable song that remains a ...

3 months ago | February 2, 2019

Sharuko on Saturday

FORTY years ago, a huge and colourful army of 50 000 people poured into Rufaro, not to watch a classic football ...

3 months ago | January 23, 2019

Social media teaser bullocks and Zim

The narrative seeking to demonise the security sector for overriding criminals whose intention is to run down the ...

3 months ago | January 19, 2019

Sharuko on Saturday

ON  Tuesday, a nice guy who loved football, and like all good fellows supported Manchester United, died — shot in cold ...

3 months ago | January 14, 2019

Black ignorance, not black skin

It is not enough for us Africans to look at the system and react with rage, apathy, stereotypy, paranoia, suspicion, ...

3 months ago | January 12, 2019

SHARUKO ON SATURDAY

FOUR months have passed since l last penned this blog — good riddance to utter rubbish to some and a lengthy unbearable ...

4 months ago | December 10, 2018

Arithmetic democracy stalling Africa’s progress

Some among us did not sympathise with the Iraqis when their country was invaded, or with the Afghanis. We hailed the ...

5 months ago | November 19, 2018

Safeguarding the vanguard principles

Reason Wafawarova on Monday Since independence we have had a number of people-oriented policies like mass education, ...

6 months ago | October 27, 2018

Good times beckon for Zim: Mutsvangwa

THE INTERVIEW Ruth Butaumocho RB: Your appointment comes at a time when journalists are facing several operational ...

6 months ago | October 25, 2018

RELOCATED VILLAGERS DECRY COMPENSATION FOR THE DEAD

Ruth Butaumocho Gender Editor Mr Obert Dozva (62) watched in shock as afternoon wintry winds blew apparel used to bury ...