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The dramatic November 2017 coup that claimed the life of CIO Boss Peter Munetsi and ended 37 years of President Robert Mugabe's iron rule is captured in the Hagiography Two weeks in November by Dougla...Read more

How Chiwenga's soldiers took over ZBC studios

18 July 2019 | 2 Views
The dramatic November 2017 coup that claimed the life of CIO Boss Peter Munetsi and ended 37 years of President Robert Mugabe's iron rule is captured in the Hagiography Two weeks in November by Dougla...

by Mandla Ndlovu

EXTRACT: The men who helped Chiwenga to execute the coup

20 May 2019 | 16180 Views
Two Weeks in November by Douglas Rodgers  is the thrilling story of a high ranking politician, an exiled human rights lawyer, a dangerous spy and a low-key white businessman turned political fixe...

by Douglas Rodgers

The Graceless Fall of Robert Mugabe, the end of a Dictator's Reign

10 May 2019 | 3710 Views
The title for this book is an attempt at a clever link between Robert Mugabe's dramatic and rapid fall from power in November 2017 and the political activities of his second wife, Grace, whose actions...

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Extract for the Book: The Next Zimbabwe

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CHAPTER FOUR (ZIMBABWE) BEING EDUCATED VS BEING LEARNED There is no doubt that the education quality and...

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What I Learnt From Liverpool's Historic Comeback

08 May 2019 | 2721 Views
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Robert Mugabe: A Jacana Pocket Biography, a Review

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Book Review: Onslow, Sue & Plaut, Martin. 2018. Robert Mugabe: A Jacana Pocket Biography. Johannesburg: Jacana Media (Pty) Ltd. 208 pages. ISBN: 978-1-4314-2668-3...

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Regarding a joint Zimbabwe-Rhodesian and South African military strike in Mozambique against ZANLA / FRELIMO in September 1979 (Operation URIC - ZRSF / Operation Bootlace - SADF), queries have been as...

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An extract from a book titled 'The next Zimbabwe'The twenty first century has brought about the idea of globalization were interconnectivity is the new...

by Terence Simbi

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11 March 2019 | 2713 Views
The paperback novel written by Gideon Gono, revolves around the issues regarding his position as the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe and the opportunity Gono had to serve his president and th...

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Rupise: Poetry of Love, Separation and Reunion 1977-2017; By Tafataona Mahoso; Mutare, Samwasika Heritage Products.136 PagesISBN: 978-1-7706-070-9 (Paperback)INDEED Tafataona M...

by Staff writer

Curtains: an anthology of poems

12 December 2018 | 313 Views
The Harare based poet and author, Takunda Chikomo made his first contribution to poetry with Curtains: an anthology of poems, published by TafaPrint Publishers Zimbabwe, 2018. Takunda recently finishe...

by Brian Maregedze

The Path to Power: A review of Arthur Mutambara's book

24 November 2018 | 2094 Views
This is the second book in a series of three volumes  that traces the leadership thoughts and philosophical disposition of Professor Arthur G.O. Mutambara over a period of 35 years. The dramatic ...

by Arthur Mutambara

Masiiwa Ragies Gunda, At the Crossroads: A Call to Christians to Act in Faith for an Alternative Zimbabwe

06 November 2018 | 464 Views
(University of Bamberg Press, 2018, pp. 113) Masiiwa Ragies Gunda's book is timely as the ‘Zimbabwe crisis' is traced from 1997 to 2018. Although the...

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Zimbabwe Struggle, The Delayed Revolution: an Autobiography

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by Brian Maregedze

Joshua Nkomo inspires book on separation of Matebeleland from Zimbabwe

29 May 2018 | 1176 Views
THE quest by the people of Matabeleland to have a separate state has been brought alive by a new book by United Kingdom-based author David Hilton Barber and backed by material collected by former an a...

by NewZimbabwe

Running with Mother explores Gukarahundi atrocities

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Mlalazi novel shows illegal immigrants' struggles

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Zimbabwean writer and playwright Christopher Mlalazi has to date given us a taste of his imaginative writings in various forms but if one is to get a deep feel of an illegal immigrant's hope and disil...

by Staff reporter

Chigama's anthology examines the slipperiness of truth

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One of Zimbabwe's most consistent spoken word artists, Batsirai Chigama, launches her first anthology in Harare on Friday, March 2nd. The poetry in her collection, titled 'Gather the Children,' is abo...

by Exist Digital PR

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Each of our public holidays has a special meaning - a particular reason for its existence. Heritage Day, which South Africans celebrate every year on September 24, is no different. The day has been se...

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Ndaba Sibanda's Friendly Wars nominated for Best of the Net Prose

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No more plastic balls: An Epitomy of the captured African society

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Another Potential Zimbabwean Amazon BestsellerTwo-time Amazon Bestselling author, Kwapi Vengesayi, is a skilled and gifted writer who keeps you enthralled through his captivating musings, moti...

by Agencies

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by Staff reporter

Extract from 'The San Voices In Zimbabwe'

30 November 2016 | 585 Views
Her name was Motshwa Moyo and she was the driving force in San culture and language reclamation, reinvigoration and revitalization. Motshwa Moyo is now late — she died in 2013. Her death was so sudd...

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Abalobi Bakithi Sebebuye Bagadla Njalo

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Sharon's time with Zimbabwe's Presidential Elephants

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Sharon Pincott's third book Elephant Dawn has recently hit the shelves. "Every now and then a book comes along that breaks through the wallpaper of my own life and delivers its message intrave...

by Agencies

Manyika launches second book

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USA-based writer Sarah Ladipo Manyika has published a second novel titled "Like a Mule Bringing Ice Cream to the Sun" (2016, Cassava Republic Press) which she officially launched last Saturday afterno...

by Beaven Tapureta

Book Review: 'No More Plastic Balls and Other Stories'

26 June 2016 | 9191 Views
The last analysis of the anthology 'No More Plastic Balls and Other Stories' was almost a success to the purpoted audience who received the piece with great enthusiasm.It is a rare thing that ...

by Wilson Chipangura

BOOK REVIEW: 'No more plastic balls and other stories'

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Living in this world especially soon after the turn of the millennium has been a double edged sword experience.Born frees like me might have missed an opportunity to   witness the fi...

by Wilson Chipangura

He was my Facebook friend

29 September 2015 | 4174 Views
To befriend a world record holding criminal was something that sounded strange to me and my own.That when I realised it after being summoned for an answering by the Criminal Investigating Depa...

by Wilson Chipangura

Murder mystery: The Death of Rex Nhongo

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THIS novel comes with two mysteries attached, one substantial, the other superficial.The big mystery is the author's identity. Gender-neutral, nominally Anglo-Saxon, almost provocatively bland...

by Michaela Wrong

Empower the girl first before she gets married Pt 2

08 June 2015 | 5210 Views
Taken from  eBook "Sweetmother"I changed to another dress and it was a sign that we had to prepare to leave for Dombwe where my new husband lived....

by Nomazulu Thata

Evil destruction caused by Zimbabwe farm invasions of 1999

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Coleen the daughter of a Zimbabwean white farmer: Evil destruction caused by Farm invasions of 1999Taken from the eBook, "Sweetmother"  My...

by Nomazulu Thata

She defied convention and broke the glass ceiling - Part 1

25 May 2015 | 6197 Views
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by Nomazulu Thata - taken from eBook: 'Sweetmother'

Book on Matabeleland Killing fields will leave readers in tears

09 April 2015 | 6154 Views
Johannesburg - A former Rhodesian policeman says the mass murder of civilians in Matabeleland by the Fifth Brigade forced him to quit the force and emigrate to South Africa saying he did not sign up f...

by Thabo Kunene

Extracts from the eBook: 'No evil shall she fear'

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Michelle Obama was making a speech at the Democratic Party Convention towards the 2008 elections. She was talking about how both she and her husband made their decision to let Senator Barack Obama bec...

by Nomazulu Thata

New book reveals how American schools and prisons conspire to disenfranchise black Americans

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The Chains of Black America: The Hammer of the Police, The Anvil of the Schools by Michael Holzman, is a description of how two great institutions of American ...

by Staff Reporter

MDC Official Publishes a world class book

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by Staff Reporter

Sigiya ngolwethu launch

21 September 2014 | 1771 Views
Uzophendula uthini.mhla zikubuza ezakho ingane "kanti baba abanye bathi besukuma bevikela ulimi lwabo wena wenzani?Ontanga yenu bathi beziqhenya ngokwabo wena wawukuphi mama?Isikha...

by Staff Reporter

NoViolet Bulawayo shortlisted for Guardian first book award 2013

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The Booker-shortlisted novelist NoViolet Bulawayo is among five writers shortlisted for this year's Guardian first book award.Bulawayo's We Need New Names joins three other novels and one non-...

by Guardian

'Herbert Wants To Come Home'

28 October 2013 | 3323 Views
UK-based Zimbabwean author Masimba Musodza has launched a serialised first edition of a new horror novel, Herbert Wants To Come Home. This is the story of the Mutsepe family who gather in August to co...

by Masimba Musodza

Running With Mother: Reliving Gukurahundi

19 August 2013 | 3280 Views
It's been a long-standing promise to myself that I should get round to reading the novel 'Running With Mother' by Zimbabwean writer and playwright, Ch...

by Fungai Machirori

New book by Vince Musewe: None but Ourselves - imprisoned by our liberators

14 July 2013 | 3489 Views
My country, Zimbabwe, is a beautiful country endowed with unimaginable natural resources including humble talented people, whose lives have been turned into a nightmare over the last ten years because...

by Vince Musewe

Zimbabwe: The Blame Game

08 June 2013 | 2205 Views
Tendai Rinos Mwanaka is back with another sizzling non-fiction novel titled 'Zimbabwe: The Blame Game.' Zimbabwe: The Blame Game is a cycle of creative non-fiction pieces, pulling the readers ...

by Moyo Roy

Book review: The Chimurenga Protocol, Defending Zimbabwe's sovereignty

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by Staff reporter

Serializing Nguni Novel Igazi Labafo: Chapter 3

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ISAHLUKO 1 ISAHLUKO 2 IS...

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ISAHLUKO 1 ISAHLUKO 2 ...

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An opportunity has arisen for ardent Ndebele/Zulu readers scattered around the globe to smoother their mother language reading passion and yearning. A serialisation of selected chapters of the scintil...

by Moyo Roy
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