Mthokozisi Dube

Mthokozisi Dube

Mthokozisi is a Zimbabwean legal practitioner with a keen interest in commercial and civil litigation. He is an Alumni of the Golden key International Honor Society.Having acquired vast oratory experience as a radio host during his University days, he has broadened his scope of operation to leading panel discussions that mainly focus on contemporary Africa's pressing issues of the day. He has spear headed various leadership seminars in institutions of higher learning in Zimbabwe and South Africa. Mthokozisi has a bias,towards African history and is a strong believer in the idea of the formation of the United States of Africa.

Recent Articles

Why Statue Activism Risks Distracting from the Real Issues Facing Black People

The real problem is in a system that is being prot…

Jun 25th
10 Great Pre-Colonial African Leaders

In this article, we highlight some of the often-ig…

Jun 17th
There is Nothing New About the Coronavirus “New Normal” – At Least for Black People

The lockdowns limit a lot of liberties citizens ar…

Jun 13th
Black Man Wrongly Imprisoned on Rape Charges for 28 Years After Being Identified Through a Dream

Jackson attested that he beat the victim and had s…

Jun 6th
Africa Should Abolish The Colonial Education System

Africa is facing a plethora of challenges, at the …

May 29th
Why do African Leaders Shutdown Internet During Elections?

The African autocratic governments are gaining mor…

May 26th
Silencing the Guns in Africa, Has the African Union Done Enough?

The concerted efforts by African leaders to silenc…

May 23rd
Orania: South Africa's Only White City that practices Modern-day Apartheid

The town is an all-white town, although the Orania…

May 15th
Mozambique Islamist Insurgency Intensifies Attacks

The coronavirus pandemic is not a top threat in Mo…

May 13th
Umoja Village, Kenyan Women Sanctuary where Men are Banned

Umoja village is ruled and governed by women where…

May 11th