In Terence Ranger, politics and history, nationalism and scholarship, intersected in ways rarely seen. Zimbabwe and Africa, will forever be in his debt.
At an event meant to celebrate Nelson Mandela’s life, Jacob Zuma was not only embarrassed by the crowd (they booed him multiple times), by those on stage.
Zimbabwe is its own self, its own country, not some echo chamber from which people hope to catch reverberated strains of their own discourses.
A meditation on left footed footballers, especially wingers, given the conventional wisdom that lefties are always useful to have in a match.
The pope supports Argentina’s San Lorenzo Club (nickname: Los Santos). What better way to dissect his ascension to the papacy than by way of football?
The author, a football fan and writer, wonders if there is football in heaven? And if there is, does God himself play? And if he does, what position does he plays?