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Covid-19 inspires Zimbabwean photographer to think-up a new way of staging exhibitions

Trevor Grundy | 6 September, 2020

Zimbabwe’s Alexander Joe   by Trevor Grundy When Alexander Joe retired after working in Africa for over thirty years, he went to Madagascar with his wife and told friends that…   Read more >

Britain should apologise to Zimbabwe’s ‘little people’ for sucking-up to a mass slaughterer in 1986

Trevor Grundy | 7 August, 2020

“But he was not there. He does not know what happened. He (Benito Mussolini after his invasion of Greece) does not know that the ultimate truth is that history ought…   Read more >

Six Britons who tried to emulate Mussolini and Hitler – A timely look at fascism and its failure in the UK

Trevor Grundy | 30 July, 2020

  Failed Fuhrers – A History of Britain’s Extreme Right by Graham Macklin (Routledge and New York -www.routledge.com) US$ 26.00. pp. 580.    “Some day, in the not too distant…   Read more >

Ndabaningi Sithole’s place in African history is assured whether Zanu(PF) likes it or not

Trevor Grundy | 19 July, 2020

Ndabaningo Sithole with Herbert Chitepo who was assassinated in Lusaka in March 1975. (Picture: Trevor Grundy Archives)   By Trevor Grundy July 21 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth…   Read more >

Covid-19: Leading British philosopher wonders if mankind is descending into a state of collective derangement

Trevor Grundy | 27 June, 2020

    TREVOR GRUNDY says that a review by the British philosopher John Gray of a two-year old book by an American historian is worth reading because of the fresh…   Read more >

Slaughter of the Innocents -That kind of thing can’t happen here . . .

Trevor Grundy | 13 June, 2020

Slaughter of the Innocents: That kind of thing can’t happen here  . . .   By Trevor Grundy Britain’s Health Secretary Matt Hancock is thankful that Black Lives Matter (BLM)…   Read more >

Zimbabwe’s best- loved musical instrument is introduced to billions during cultural diversity week

Trevor Grundy | 22 May, 2020

Kenny Mangwena  from Zimbabwe playing the mbira at an African culture festival organised by Music for Change in Canterbury, southern England  (Picture: Trevor Grundy)   By Trevor Grundy As many…   Read more >

‘It’s the Media, Stupid!’ Writers examine role of the Press in Labour’s catastrophic 2019 defeat

Trevor Grundy | 14 May, 2020

 It’s the Media, Stupid! The Media, the 2019 Election and the Aftermath (Published by the Campaign for Free Press and Broadcasting Federation (North) 2020 £9.99 / 144 pp.)   Review…   Read more >

People with a fighting spirit can beat the virus – “A myth that needs de-bunking” says top TV presenter

Trevor Grundy | 9 April, 2020

By Trevor Grundy London, April 9 (2020)  – – –  It has been rightly said that Truth is the first casualty of war, to which we might add “and God…   Read more >

Late night applause in Britain for doctors and nurses working to save our lives

Trevor Grundy | 27 March, 2020

At 8pm on Thursday, as darkness fell across the UK, millions of people stood at their front doors and open windows, in gardens and on balconies, to raise a thunderous…   Read more >