Wenela and a brief history of migrant Labor in South Africa

The wealth of South Africa was built largely by African labor. When present-day South Africans are complaining that Read More

Xenophobia in South Africa, a legacy of apartheid

Are the problems being fought for genuine or not? Is the media interest genuine? Are the reporting from Read More


What is clear is that the Zimbabwean economy remains at the crossroads or in the twilight zone-the status Read More


By Mvelo Ngwenya- Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. When a diamond is in the mud what do you choose to focus Read More

Zimbabwe 2019 anti-Mnangagwa administration protests. January 25th, 2019.

In the spirit of solidarity with the rest of the Zimbabwean citizens at home and abroad, many Zimbabweans Read More

The new-old dispensation

The fact that Emmerson Mnangagwa spent 38 plus years in the current and former government, a government that Read More

Ghana’s Right of Abode Policy- An invitation for African-Americans and Caribbeans to emigrate.

Since the days of Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana has always wanted to take steps to help the Africans in Read More

The land question in South Africa.

Awaking on Friday morning, June 20, 1913, the South African native found himself , not actually a slave, Read More

Why African countries can’t sanction the west, or anybody?

Sanctions, a word  that’s become synonymous with the weak and powerless. Yes, I wrote it because there is Read More

Common traditional medicine that can help heal the nation

As the nation(s) recovers, they need to ensure health to the people. We can talk about security, prosperity, Read More