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James Chikerema is finally made a National Hero – He ignited the spirit of nationalism in Rhodesia but fell foul of Robert Mugabe and his Zanu(PF) acolytes and sycophants in Zimbabwe

Trevor Grundy | 9 August, 2022 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis Uncategorized

James Chikerema after his High Court victory which allowed him to remain in  Parliament with his supporters after leaving the UANC in 1979, seen here with Stanley Chimombe Mushonga. (Picture:…   Read more >

Ruth Weiss:  German Jewish journalist and novelist honoured in Courtroom 600 Nuremberg where the Nazi war-crime trials started in 1945

Trevor Grundy | 29 July, 2022 | Category: Uncategorized

  Ruth Weiss: She writes about the greatness and baseness inside us all.   By TREVOR GRUNDY   On July 5, 2022, Dr Frederick Lubich of the Old Dominion University…   Read more >

Ndabaningi Sithole: Zimbabwe’s forgotten intellectual and leader

Trevor Grundy | 9 July, 2022 | Category: Book Reviews Current News Features & Analysis

Jubilant supporters welcome Rev.Ndaabaningi Sithole back to the land of his birth in 1992 (Picture: Trevor Grundy)     Guest writer of the month Tinashe Mushakavanhu, University of Oxford (Reproduced…   Read more >

Winston Churchill: New book emphasises the dark side of Britain’s best-loved war-time leader

Trevor Grundy | 6 July, 2022 | Category: Book Reviews Current News Features & Analysis Uncategorized

‘Winston Churchill – His Times, His Crimes’ by Tariq Ali (Verso, 419 pp. £25.00)   Trevor Grundy reviews a book that could open the eyes of a new generation of…   Read more >

John Thomson (1931-2022): New Zealand journalist who never stopped loving Tanzania

Trevor Grundy | 3 July, 2022 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis Uncategorized

John Thomson, a dedicated journalist who loved Tanzania and who did his utmost to explain Julius Nyerere’s socialist socialist policies to the outside world (Picture courtesy of Meera Webster, John…   Read more >

British author calls for immediate help for a South African who dared speak truth to power and who now roams the streets of southern England homeless and hopeless

Trevor Grundy | 8 June, 2022 | Category: Uncategorized

  SPECIAL REPORT Katiza Cebekhulu left his home in the township of Mpumalanga in  Zululand, South Africa, in 1988 go get to Johannesburg. He was escaping a life of poverty,…   Read more >

White Malice – New book exposes the lies and hypocrisy of Western intelligence agencies when the white colonists left Africa

Trevor Grundy | 29 April, 2022 | Category: Uncategorized

    WHITE MALICE – The CIA and the decolonisation of Africa by Susan Williams (Hurst Publishers, London, pp 651. £25.00 in UK) Reviewed by Trevor Grundy   Winston Churchill…   Read more >

Barbara Hall MBE (1923-2022): A woman of talent and courage who had a never-ending love for Zambia

Trevor Grundy | 23 April, 2022 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis Uncategorized

Barbara Hall MBE, doyen in the world of crossword compilers and editor of a book that helped whites in Africa understand more about the people they lived alongside but who…   Read more >

Max Mosley remembered: His mother nicknamed him ‘The Determined One.’ We called him ‘Golden Balls’

Trevor Grundy | 10 April, 2022 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis Uncategorized

Max Mosley in 1961 when he was a Union Movement election agent legally responsible for a pamphlet circulated in Manchester  that claimed ‘coloured’ people brought disease, crime and poverty with…   Read more >

Sky-rocketing xenophobia in South Africa fuelled by mis-management and ANC corruption

Trevor Grundy | 10 April, 2022 | Category: Uncategorized

There is growing  support for Nhlanhla ‘Lux’ Dlamini and his put South Africa first protests.    GUEST WRITER OF THE MONTH   by Andrew Field   Harare, Zimbabwe  – –…   Read more >