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The perspective of Law from a first-year Law student at the University of Zimbabwe

Article written by Calvin Makorokotera, a first-year Law student at the University of Zimbabwe I admit that as a naive first-year student at UZ, I didn’t take Law class...

South Samora Semantics- Segment One

South Samora Semantics. The poverty smelling streets tried as much as they could to cover up for the local council's failure to maintain the roads by occasionally throwing smiles...

Proportion of female lawyers in Zimbabwe rises by 35%

The times are greatly changing for the better and women are now claiming what's rightfully theirs. In the last three years, the proportion of female legal practitioners in the...

Tsitsi Dangarembga: The first black woman in Zimbabwe to direct a movie

One of the most celebrated writers and filmmakers in Zimbabwe is Tsitsi Dangarembga. She has written many novels, and has directed some of the most popular movies in Zimbabwe. Tsitsi...

Twitter responds to the Mugabe varsity with the hashtag #MugabeUniversity

After the statement from the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education that there is going to be the establishment of the Robert Gabriel Mugabe University, Twimbos (Zimbos who use...

The polarisation of the Zimbabwean print media

The print media in Zimbabwe has of late come under a barrage of attacks for being heavily polarized. There's too much focus on factional squabbles in the political sphere,...

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Is ZANU-PF undergoing creative destruction and not disintegration?

This is a question that was raised by Alex Magaisa in his weekly blog the Big Saturday Read. With how events have unfolded in...

Here’s why Martha O’Donovan’s case is a big and relevant one for all of...

The country, and the world at large, received the most unlikely news when an American citizens working for Magamba TV was arrested for retweeting...

New Boys on The Warriors’ Block: What’s Next?

For most (if not all) football fans both within and beyond the borders of the Zimbabwean borders, the international break acts as a temporary...
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