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Opinion Politics

RSA IS NOT BURNING: IN DEFENSE OF THE COUNTRY’S NATIONAL AGENDA

by Buyile Sangolekhaya Matiwane | Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) Observers of the current affairs discourse in this country could be forgiven for thinking that South Africa is totally bereft of hope and that the state is on the brink of collapse. The dominant views emerging out of this one sided discourse are those […]

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Opinion Politics

OF STUDENTS PROTESTS: ZIMBABWE vs SOUTH AFRICA

Budding writers from universities in South Africa give us the
perspective of a foreign and local student respectively on the student protests that have set 8 universities ablaze in the last 10 months.

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Entertainment

CAMPUS MOMENTS MAGAZINE (JUNE 2016 ISSUE OUT)

Cover Issue: Tinashe Makuti and his panacea for loose morals and poor character in youthful millennials, The #EffectiveTeen | Focus: How to become a change maker (9 simple steps) | Campus Star: Upcoming Rapper, Walter Mcebisi Dlamini | Campus Voices-Father’s Day Special: Peeps reveal why dads are their super heroes +Voices from campuses south of […]

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Entertainment

PORCELAIN MASK

by K Cheryl Mwanza| image credit : allpoetry.com “You sure this guy can help?” Detective Inspector Jess Marufu asked her partner as she made it a point not to step on top of sunken graveyards that surrounded them at the moment. For some reason whenever she had heard about warren Hills, she had, had this […]

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CULTURE Opinion Politics

Just like the economy, Zim’s education is headed for the drain

Sineke Sibanda A statement from the University of Zimbabwe Students Representative Council caused my heart to sink for a while and to think that Zimbabwe was once known for the best brains in Africa, it would hurt to now think that it could all turn out to be a façade. It was ludicrously unbelievable that […]

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Politics

How Mugabe Strangled the Zimbabwean Students’ Movement (Part 1)

By Alex T. Magaisa People who don’t read their history are bound to forget it or to repeat its mistakes. They also tend to be overawed by events elsewhere, believing them to be new, when in fact, they are not. The latter, especially, has been apparent in the last couple of weeks as events at […]

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HEALTH

SORE THROAT COULD KILL YOU!

by Neddy Makonza | NUST, ZW Have you ever had a sore throat? If the answer is YES, what did you do about it? Did you see a doctor or you just took some lemons or warm water? Strep throat or commonly known as sore throat is caused by group A streptococci bacteria and less […]

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HEALTH

THE BATTLE IS IN THE KITCHEN

“to gain muscle you need to supply your body with a suitable amount of calories..” by Lance Chigodo – Great Zimbabwe University Most of the people believe loading extraordinary weighs in workouts and sweating your guts out in the gym is the real challenge and the right track to obtain “super duper” muscle gains or […]

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Opinion

THE EXAM SYSTEM IS FLAWED

By Senamiso Moyo | Wits University, RSA We’ve all done it before, not everyone but most of us have, “chill” the entire semester then open certain parts of your textbook for the first time a few days before the exam and do just about enough to pass, maybe even pass well. Repeat this for a […]

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Entertainment

THE AUDITION

by Farai Kwesha| @fatsoRai Image Credit: www.abbeytheatre.org.uk It was 4:45pm, and Tatenda might as well have been the only one in the waiting room. The only other person was his father, and as far as Tatenda was concerned, that was as good as no one at all. His father appeared more nervous than he was […]