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Women belong in the mainstream

Women belong in the mainstream

I DON’T care very much for affirmative action, but I acknowledge that in certain circumstances, it is the only way for social justice to be realised.

10 ways of rigging an election

10 ways of rigging an election

THE country heads for historic elections in the next few months and I would like to throw a few thoughts on how elections can be rigged.

Zimbabwe Polls: Will they be more of the same?

Zimbabwe Polls: Will they be more of the same?

AND so it begins. The build-up to elections in Zimbabwe has many worrying hallmarks of previous flawed polls.

Zim elections: Close door to political intolerance

Zim elections: Close door to political intolerance

ZIMBABWE, possibly this coming month or sometime this year, will be holding harmonised elections.

Tsvangirai must call Mugabe’s bluff

Tsvangirai must call Mugabe’s bluff

THE announcement by President Robert Mugabe to the effect that elections will be conducted on July 31 is not surprising.

CANDID DATE: The die has been cast

CANDID DATE: The die has been cast

SO the contentious date for Zimbabwe’s landmark elections has been proclaimed by presidential decree!

A woman’s appeal

A woman’s appeal

Welcome to Southern Sister. This column is not going to be a series of articles telling you, or teaching you, or training you, or taunting you

Being Zimbabwean

Being Zimbabwean

SO sue me because until a few weeks ago I didn’t know who Pokello Nare was

Who is the ‘ordinary’ woman?

Who is the ‘ordinary’ woman?

RECENTLY, a close friend of mine attended an international women’s conference in Malaysia and she frequently shared some of the…

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