‘Music and dance’ connect Ireland and Zimbabwe

By rte.ie A Zimbabwean man living in Northern Ireland is spending lockdown teaching online Irish dance classes. Cuthbert Tura Arutura, who lives in Ballygowan in Co Down, said there are similarities…

Consultations on the status of women kick off ahead of AU Commission summit on women

By Justin Mahlahla The Africa Regional Consultations ahead of the 65th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW-65) kicked off today in Ethiopia. The Women, Gender and…

Soul Jah Love laid to rest

BY ZBC REPORTER SCORES of Zimdancehall fans came out in their numbers to witness and bid farewell to the Zimdancehall legend Soul Muzavazi Musaka, popularly known as Soul Jah Love.…

IN PICS: Soul Jah Love’s burial procession

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Biden signals US return to world stage as it rejoins climate deal

Aljazeera – In his first big appearance on the global stage, President Joe Biden promised the Group of Seven (G7) leaders during the virtual Munich Security Conference that the United…

Soul Jah Love dies, thousands mourn

By ZBC Reporter Fans and colleagues have taken to social media to mourn dancehall star Soul Jah Love born Soul Musaka who died this Tuesday evening at Mbuya Dorcas Hospital.…

Guinea records first Ebola deaths since 2016

BBC – At least three people have died of Ebola in Guinea, with five others testing positive for the virus, health officials say. They fell ill with diarrhoea, vomiting and…

White House weighs shutdown of Guantanamo prison

Aljazeera – The Biden administration has launched a formal review of the future of the US military prison at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, reviving the Obama-era goal of closing the notorious facility,…

US: Zim-born student launches magazine celebrating black women

By wvxu.org INDIANA: Earlham College sophomore Rutendo Magade has lived a lot of places – Zimbabwe, Brazil, the USA – but it was in Thailand that her frustrations with not…

The children colonial Belgium stole from African mothers

Aljazeera – Monique Bitu Bingi, 71, has never forgotten how it happened. It was 1953 when the white colonials came for her in Babadi, a village in the Kasai region…