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ZBC TV is part of state media in zimbabwe. State media is heavily biased towards ZANU-PF

The Problematic And Heavily Biased State Media In Zimbabwe: ZANU-PF’s Machinery

It's election season, folks. Ask any sane and reasonable Zimbabwean whether they like ZBC TV when it's time for news, or any other time really. Just do that. You will...
Unpacking sexual crimes in Zimbabwe,starting with rape in Zimbabwe

Unpacking Sexual Crimes In Zimbabwe – Rape

Sexual crimes are a menace to society and they leave a trail of destruction that is indelible. The long-lasting negative effects of sexual crimes on the victims are something...
The word Zimbabwe was coined by Michael Mawema

Micheal Mawema, the man who coined the word Zimbabwe

When the liberation narrative of Zimbabwe is being told, there are names one always knows will dominate the story. Other names are told partially, other names are told in...

So what really caused the protests at Great Zimbabwe University?

So last week Thursday there were some skirmishes at Masvingo's Great Zimbabwe University (GZU) which even resulted in the police firing teargas and canisters to disperse the protesting students. There...

The Truth Behind The Harare Institute of Technology (HIT) Students Strike

For those that have been wondering about the causes of the disturbances at Harare Institute of Technology (HIT), we have some information. At learning institutions, there are always issues brewing...

Yoweri Museveni, The African Leader Who Openly Loves Donald Trump

A comparative look at American president Donald Trump and Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni shows a striking resemblance; these two men do not shy away from controversy. They are fierce...

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 a tweet that referred to...

South Samora Semantics: Segment Two

From a distant, Tapiwa identifies Taremeredzwa, his dad. With so much joy and happiness Tapiwa runs towards him.Taremeredzwa smiles seeing his fast growing boy run towards him, he squats...

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...