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Book Review – Whose Land Is It Anyway

“Whose land is it anyway” was written by Benjamin Sibangani Sibanda in 2017. This novel is a fictional story that details the events around land that took place in Zimbabwe at the turn of the millennium. The simplicity of the prose style, dialogues and funny illustrations of love and life makes this simple yet insightful story a great read. The narrator of the story is, […]

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The Global Fund

To my – and many others I’m sure – astonishment, our President Emmerson Dambudzo (ED) Munangagwa, apparently donated one million Dollars (American) to a global fund on HIV etc., after stopping over in Uganda where he received `The most Excellent Order of the Pearl of Africa’ from President Yoweri Museveni on the occasion of Uganda’s

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A young lady I gave a lift to into town the other day told me that she was going into hospital for a review of injuries she suffered as a result of being beaten up by people who were ‘stealing’ firewood from her resettlement farm. After the initial shock at another example of the kind

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enhlanyeni (Sindebele for ‘a place for mad people’) I remember when I was young, hearing about a place called enhlanyeni (Sindebele for ‘a place for mad people’), where one of the tests used to determine ones ‘madness’ was to give them a bucket full of holes and asking them to fetch water. If they quickly

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