2018-06-19 09:53 KST
is a children's writer, poet, playwright, researcher, social activist and online publisher. His first self-published book, The Dream Of Stones, was awarded the Zimbabwe National Award for Outstanding Children's Book for 2004.
Reading the Newspaper Business
Will traditional journalism and newspapers simply die?
During an open discussion sessions titled "Reading the Newspaper Business" held in Paris, France, Johnson said that adhe...
Zimbabwe: Queues of Despair
Every time I think of a bank queue, I feel pain
The queues start early in the morning and last well into the night. As long as people think there is a faint chance to g...
What Obama Means to Africa
[Opinion] Obama's win will inspire and open a new dialogue in Africa
Put simply, if Obama fails the American people, then there is very little that he can do for the African people. Thus, A...
Zimbabwe Gov't Swindles AIDS Money: Report
Harare agrees to return money in next seven days
With an ever-spiraling hyperinflation current estimated at 231 million percent, Zimbabwe's social and economic indicator...
Obama Factor Invades Africa
[Opinion] By ancestry, Obama is an African
@US2008@There's no doubt that Obama has set himself so high a standard and will have to prove himself but the fact remai...
Zimbabweans Forced to Stalk Basic Commodities
Food security has become a major issue in people's lives
What is surprising is that while the supermarket shelves in the city are empty, the tuck shops are always well-stocked, ...
Climate Refugees: A 21st Century Challenge
Unpredictable weather patterns have been on the rise in recent decades
There is scientific evidence that the number of people killed, injured or displaced as a result of unpredictable weather...
Zimbabwe Political Deal Offers Little Joy to Citizens
The cost of goods in US dollar terms is also rising
"Mugabe is not to be trusted as he has proved on many occasions. He must have no executive powers what so ever and the m...
Sex, Sexuality and Religion: Finding a Middle Path
[Opinion] Prudish approaches to sex and sexuality dangerous for our societies
Unfortunately, religious and secular organizations have largely failed to forge links that can advance the cause of sexu...
Forex Dealers Strike It Big in Zimbabwe
It's the only way to survive; if you don't deal, you will die
Today, the formal market is dry of the local currency, hence the daily withdrawal limits that have been imposed by the c...
Magic of the Tsotso Stove
The tsotso stove helps to reduce firewood consumption
The tsotso stove, which is inspired by the traditional hearth fire, is a specially designed open clay pot with openings ...
Zimbabwe Parliament Opens as Talks Falter
Zimbabweans now trading in US and South African currency
There is no doubt who is calling the political shots in Zimbabwe. Mugabe appointed regional governors for the country's ...
Zimbabwe Talks Mirror a Hard Road Ahead
The process must reflect the hopes and aspirations of the people
There is no doubt that a political resolution is the first key step to the country's recovery for a myriad of misplaced ...
Are Biofuels An Inconvenient Truth?
Proposed solution for energy crisis impoverishes millions
While biofuels may offer some genuine development opportunities for developing countries, the potential economic, social...
Politics Batters Zimbabwe's Environment
Good governance the bedrock upon which the environment can be better managed
In Zimbabwe, as in many countries in sub Saharan Africa, environmental management tends to play second fiddle to social,...
Netizens Question Cause of Cheonan Tragedy
[Opinion] Democracy's Downfall
Arizona's Immigration Bill and Korea
Assassination in Dubai
[ESL/EFL Podcast] Saying No
Seventeenth in a series of English language lessons from Jennifer Lebedev...
[ESL/EFL] Talking About Change
[ESL/ EFL Podcast] Personal Finances
[ESL/EFL] Buying and Selling
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