Zim govt exposed, again, for its frivolous and unsubstantiated accusations of activists being Western-sponsored illegal regime change agents

What I love so much about the Zimbabwe regime’s live televised press conferences, and parliamentary debates, is the way top government officials shamelessly stutter, struggle, and outrightly fail to adequately articulate and provide undisputed and solid evidence for all the wild and largely laughable allegations they love spewing at every turn – especially, against political, labour and social justice activists, […]

What has happened to the 16 June 1976 Soweto Uprising revolutionary spirit in today’s Zimbabwe youths?

For a very long time, whenever I see the world-famous picture of the lifeless Hector Pieterson, being carried by a crying fellow female schoolmate – fleeing from a volley of fatal bullets being fired at protesting South African high school students by the brutal apartheid security forces, on 16 June 1976 – I never cease wondering what ever happened to […]