How many lives should we lose before the authorities change their tactics in the endless war on errant taxi drivers?
People think our Zimbabwe president doesn’t know. He knows. He knows everything…
Mother did not have any funnies. She did not have time to be playing and dancing when it was time for ploughing.
Even our relatives from the city did not like visiting us in December…
Sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction. Theresa Takafuma narrates a heart-rending tale of abandoned children. I first met Charles and Talib on one of my visits to this place down in Chief Makore area, in Gutu. As someone who loves adventure, walking in the
‘Tis the season to be jolly. Ilizwi263’s wise uncle, Thabani Mpofu, reflects on the adventures of his youth. Years ago, in the early nineties (when I was a lot less wise than I am now) I used to declare the festive season officially open on
[Satire] ilizwi263 resident lunatic, Lunias Filtered is hurling abuse at the moon. And rambling about Jesus in Bulawayo… The local press is calling it ‘the most significant event since our independence’, after Jesus Christ revealed himself in the second capital of the Democratic Sovereign Republic
Vimbai Chinembiri reflects on the recent African Union summit to end child marriage and the exploitation of children. In one of the parallel sessions at one of the just ended First African Girls Summit on Ending Child Marriages in Africa, it emerged that the exploitation
When those charged with protecting civilians become bullies, it begs the question; who will protect us from our protector? Kundai Marunya writes about the abuse of public transport by army personnel. It was a chilly Wednesday evening a few days after the rains that hit
Guest blogger, Zola Ndlovu writes about the relationship challenges of the educated single woman. “So, what do you do anyway?” I look at him from across the table, considering my response. My reply would be the difference between celebrating Valentines’ Day or Singles Awareness Day
Khanyi Gumpo pays tribute to a super heroin from whom she derives inspiration… Have you ever found yourself unemployed, broke and at the verge of homelessness in a harsh foreign country, with no kith and kin to whom you can say, “Gogogoi ndauyawo pano?” That