How Kenya learnt to laugh at a President – A Long read

How Kenya learnt to laugh at a President – A Long read

Kenya’s former President Daniel arap Moi was once an all-powerful leader but people learnt to laugh at him as his influence waned. By BBC Such was the impact of the late president on the Kenyan psyche that some never imagined he would leave the political scene, or the Earth itself. But last week, the country’s longest-serving leader died at the...

UK visa regime needs improvement for African visitors

By New African Magazine A recent report by MPs that finds the UK’s visa system for African visitors is ‘broken’, causing severe damage to UK-African relations. In an open letter to the British government, Arkebe Oqubay calls for urgent reform of the system for the mutual benefit of African countries and the UK In January 2020, the UK hosted the UK‒Africa Investment...

Sanctions vs Corruption – Inside Zim’s Great Propaganda War

…Hard-line political stances have poisoned national discourse A fierce propaganda war is afoot in Zimbabwe over a contrived dichotomy of factors that could have led to the economic meltdown in the Southern African country. On one hand, Government and its supporters say sanctions imposed on the country by the West have caused troubles in the economy – costing up to...

New policy required to save Harare’s wetlands

Review & Mail Writer COMMUNITY based organisations under the umbrella term Harare Wetlands Trust (HWT) have called on the Government to accelerate the re-gazetting of Harare’s wetland map saying it is critical and should be at the core of efforts to preserve water sources. Responding to the 2020 budget presentation presented by the Minister for Finance and Economic Development Professor...

Let Journalism live!

Let Journalism live!

…My former life had both the limelight and travails. On this new journey I am more than determined to step out of the shadow and leave my own mark Tichaona Zindoga Head of Content Email: @adminthe-editorgmail.com The temptation, and I guess I’m not alone on this one, is that when introducing something, you try to look for something that sounds...