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Proudly (un) South African, trying to fly the Zim flag high

By Cathy Buckle MARONDERA -THE  milk in my fridge has a sign on it boasting that it is “Proudly South African.” The cheese, custard, butter, frozen vegetables, fruit juice and mayonnaise have the same sign. The cereals in the cupboard have labels announcing that they are “Proudly South African” so does the rice, coffee and biscuits. It’s the same in ... Read More »

New Year’s Message from SA President Jacob Zuma

Fellow South Africans, We have come to the end of a special year, in which we celebrated 20 years of freedom and progress we have made in building a united, democratic, non-racial, non-sexist and prosperous South Africa. We told the good story that South Africa is a much better place to live in today than it was before 1994. The ... Read More »

Goodbye 2014, It was the worst of times

By Ranjeni Munusamy NKANDLA. Oscar Pistorius. Elections 2014. Julius Malema. Pansy Tlakula. Mamphela Ramphele. Zwelinzima Vavi. Hlaudi Motsoeneng. #PayBackTheMoney. Senzo Meyiwa. Eskom. Shrien Dewani. Cosatu. And always, Jacob Zuma. They occupied the news and our minds, and defined the world we live in. It was a never-ending big news year that shone the spotlight on the ethics of our president, ... Read More »

Zanu-PF Congress, How Mujuru learn’t nothing and forgot everything

The ZANU PF national congress is here, probably the last congress for ZANU PF’s firsts secretary Robert Mugabe. The much awaited congress which had been viewed by many as not just a congress, but a transitional congress (though not elective) likely to seal ZANU PF’s succession battle. The road to this congress has been boisterous, melodramatic coupled with shocks and ... Read More »

Tsvangirai alone may not be the answer

YESTERDAY is absolutely relevant in determining Rhodesia’s transformation into Zimbabwe and naturally Zanu PF and Robert Mugabe come into in mind. We were all Zanu PF at one point during the war and we fought against white domination, but nineteen years down the line in 1998 we realised that we had forgotten to fight against black domination. Mugabe has relentlessly ... Read More »

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