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Why I boycotted the queen

So, when the day arrived, I decided to boycott the queen.
By Tafi Mhaka Sep. 16, 2022

Zim govt must stop imposing sanctions against its people

African leaders have commemorated October 25 as Anti-Sanctions Day to protest against the longstanding restrictions on trade
By Tafi Mhaka Nov. 4, 2022

Pelé meant the world to us Africans

For me, Pelé has been a source of indescribable joy and inspiration.
By Tafi Mhaka Jan. 7, 2023

Apologies for slavery are commendable, but not nearly enough

The Netherlands, like most Western nations, owes the immense economic prosperity it is experiencing today in part to the profits it made from slavery.
By Tafi Mhaka Jan. 20, 2023

It’s time for a borderless Africa

The all-male group, which was reportedly on its way to South Africa, will be prosecuted for breaching Kenya’s immigration laws and likely deported to Ethiopia.
By Tafi Mhaka Mar. 3, 2023

Feature: SA is failing, and it’s failing Zim, too

Strange as it might seem now, there was a time when South Africa was the pride of southern Africa and a distinguished symbol of post-colonial development.
By Tafi Mhaka Jun. 13, 2023