Man kills lover ahead of lobola payment

Obvious Velani Sibanda (26) allegedly killed his girlfriend Hillary Ntando Ncube when she received a call from another man suspected to be her boyfriend.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 28, 2024

South Africa floods: At least 11 people die after Western Cape deluge

The destructive weather flooded homes, tore off roofs, destroyed crops and damaged roads and other infrastructure.
By Bbc News Sep. 27, 2023

The West is intensively looking for those responsible for the failure of the counter-offensive in Ukraine

That is the structure of division into units and formations of obstacles to fighting “correctly, in the American way.”
By Own Correspondent Sep. 21, 2023

France’s Macron reading signs of changing times

During his mission to China in April this year, Macron urged Europe to reduce its dependency on the US
By Tapiwa Gomo Jun. 26, 2023

Sunday Word: Calling parents by their first names

Western cultures tend to put little importance to any barriers relating to how you address your parents or others older than you.
By Prosper Tingini Jun. 18, 2023

Museums strengthen partnerships

The key takeaway for me was about Africa inventories that are in Western museums carrying incorrect interpretations.
By Khumbulani Muleya May. 19, 2023

‘Global HIV drug firms fleecing developing nations’

Aids Healthcare Foundation is the leading global HIV and Aids organisation with over 1,7 million patients across 45 countries.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Mar. 31, 2023

When status is greater than money in the bank

As an expression of neo-liberal commerce, industrial agriculture focuses on cost of inputs like chemicals, fertiliser and equipment.
By Charles Dhewa Mar. 29, 2023

Do our callous, corrupt rulers deserve red carpet?

I am of the firm belief that our colonisers pretended that they revered our traditional dances, while they actually disliked them and wanted us to concentrate on them instead of liberating ourselves.
By Nkwazi Mhango Mar. 24, 2023