‘Then a Wind Blew’ tells the story of Zimbabwe’s independence war through the voices of three women. It is a must-read for anyone wishing to understand those times.
The colonial era has long gone but we are still dominated by a colonial mindset in Africa. No wonder we are making so little progress, says Allen Choruma.
The ire of social media trolls directed at Afreximbank for giving a credit facility to Zimbabwe in its hour of need is completely unwarranted, says Anver Versi.
The remains of thousands of Africans are held in Western museums. Onyekachi Wambu outlines the issues involved in returning them to their countries and communities of origin
Mercifully, Zimbabwe’s infection and death rates from Covid-19 are so far very low but the economy, already labouring under the effects of drought, has been …
Any mention of land reform in South Africa seems to drive the right-wing US media into a frenzy. What is behind this over-the-top reaction?