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Malawi celebrates independence day, but the first president left his mark

The historical record shows that Malawi’s difficulties under Hastings Banda were evident at the very moment of the country’s founding

Save Fort Hare and stop with the theatrics

The university with its rich history is not only the pride of the Eastern Cape but of the continent. It needs to regain its glorious status in academia and not only be in the news for unfortunate reasons

A death on Josiah Chinamano Avenue

In Harare the fates of trees and people seem to be intertwined

Gukurahundi ghosts haunt Mnangagwa

Mugabe’s successor was allegedly instrumental in organising the massacres of the Ndebele

Unruly Zapu stands to lose

Deep divisions over the next vice-president could cost the former party key positions it has traditionally held in Zanu-PF.

Myth in maize patch made real

Joshua Nkomo's legacy has been erased from history, while the Mandela legend has taken root.

Nkomo family warns Zanu-PF

The children of the late struggle hero Joshua Nkomo have accused Zanu-PF of abusing their father's name for electioneering purposes.

North Korean statues open wounds in Zim

The two North Korean-made statues were meant to honour a national hero but people were so offended that one was taken down almost immediately.

Joshua Nkomo supporters insulted by statue plans

Plans for a statue of a leader of the liberation struggle in Zimbabwe have been branded an insult to the victims of massacres ordered by Mugabe.

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