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Trace the Ndebele origins and migration to the present-day Zimbabwe and the importance of such a migration.
By T. Zhou and B. Maregedze* The key issue is to draw lessons from the origins and migrations of the Ndebele until their eventual establishment in the South Western parts of Zimbabwe. In other
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- November 10, 2020
By Brian Maregedze For feedback email; [email protected] Indigenous Medical Practitioners Indigenous Medical Practitioners (IMPs) are also called African Traditional Medical Practitioners (AMPS). There are different types of ATMPs in Zimbabwe that primarily include: herbalists (magodobori),
“The Fast Track Land Reform Programme from 2000 was a continuation of the Second Liberation War.” How valid is this statement?
By T. Zhou & B. Maregedze* Question Interpretation The key issue is whether the Fast Track Land Reform Programme of 2000 was a continuity of the Second War of liberation or not. When
Discuss the criteria for distinguishing true from false prophecy. With Brian Maregedze For feedback email; [email protected] The above discursive question appeared in the June 2020 examinations under the Zimbabwe School Examination Council (ZIMSEC), Family &
By Brian Maregedze Chikuva is generally translated from Zezuru (Shona dialect) to mean pot shelf or clay pot shelf in English. However, the term chikuva is variously explained as it goes beyond just a clay
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- May 2, 2020
By Brian Maregedze and Tedious Ncube South Africa recently celebrated Freedom Day on 27th April 2020. The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Commander in Chief, Julius Malema made a serious call which resonates with Pan-Africanism, the
By Brian Maregedze The Zimbabwe’s New Curriculum under the ministry of primary and secondary education has witnessed the emergence of new names in textbooks authorship. Manners Msongelwa popularly known as Mr Muso recently joined this
By Brian Maregedze As a student of History, I have been following various narratives on the novel Corona virus (Covid-19) and the various conflicting narratives in explaining the disease and the best possible responses to
ICT and transformation of the learning and teaching of Family and Religious Studies (FRS) in Zimbabwe By Brian Maregedze
The current global health crisis due to the novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) has affected all facets of society in many ways. With focus on the education sector, what mechanisms do exist that allow learning to prevail?
Joshua Nkomo: Politics, Power and Memory First published on Sunday News Zimbabwe 30 JUN, 2019 – 00:06 By Brian Maregedze Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo: Politics, Power and Memory is a 2017 publication edited by Sabelo J