Fostering Unity In A Year of Pain & Isolation

For most people, the end of any year is traditionally a time of reflection. A time to take stock of whatever happened in the past 12 months. Lockdowns across the world meant that our “normal” lives were immediately replaced by remote working, virtual office meetings while online events became a necessity. This is why reflecting […]

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Your Silence Is Also Part Of The Problem

Humanity has become so engrossed in matters that only concern themselves. In fact, the politics of selfishness has always been a hot-button issue in this world since time immemorial. People don’t feel the urge to speak out as long as the problem is not affecting them yet. There’s a myopic expression as well that people […]

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African Leadership, Our Plight

I have been contemplating on whether to write this article or not. I have opinions as does everyone else, but my opinions on political matters I usually shy away from, well that was until I saw the below statement: ‘to applaud a politician because he has built a hospital, school, road etc with public money […]

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When A Nation Cries

The story of Zimbabwe is very hard to write because there are so many stories. There is my story, there is my neighbours’ story, the vendor on the street has a story, those in power all have stories and how you the reader perceives all of this, you will form your own version of the […]

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Black Lives Matter – A Story of The Unprivileged

June, what a month! News has been filled with images of marches worldwide, toppling of statues, discussions on subtle racism…Meanwhile, somewhere in Africa we look on and wonder how movements like Black Lives Matter really mean for us? Perhaps, it’s just me. However, I wonder what it really means for the little boy running barefoot […]

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Stop Killing Women

There has been a plethora of hashtags that took turns trending on various social media platforms – #ManAreTrash, #IamNext and so forth, with the intention to stop the madness and frightening numbers of women being killed each day, but the question remains. Are they stopping? I find it nonsensical that there could be any reason that […]

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