Munashe O'brian Gutu

Munashe O'brian Gutu

I am a law graduate from the University of Zimbabwe. Very passionate about Africa and its people. A devoted human rights activist and former student activist. I enjoy Afro-centric reads and draw inspiration from Ngugi wa Thiongo, Chinua Achebe and Charles Mungoshi. I am an African youth, hopeful about Africa and its potential for this and other generations to come. I express my opinion through ink and paper and I write from time to time. A published author of ;The Pandemic and other poems (poetry anthology) and a seasonal blogger since 2017. I blog about the law and human rights on the link https://obrianmunashegutu.wixsite.com/lawwithmogutucozw

Recent Articles

SA Employment rate Falls by 119 000 Jobs in the Second Quarter

Stats SA estimated in June that the country’s popu…

Sep 28th
TikTok anning political funding in South Africa

Political accounts will automatically be ineligibl…

Sep 26th
Malema: No heritage without land and tolerance of Zimbabweans and other Africans

Malema, criticised the authority for turning away …

Sep 26th
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Green hydrogen is produced by using renewable ener…

Sep 19th
Zambia’s New IMF Deal Pushes China to the Backseat

China plays out a ploy when it comes to giving loa…

Sep 19th
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Sep 18th
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Uganda had protested the ICJ ruling terming it “un…

Sep 13th
Zimbabwe’s Smart City Project to Usher in a New Capital City

The futuristic cyber city is also poised to give t…

Sep 7th
Ghanaian-British Kwasi Kwarteng becomes UK’s first black Finance Minister

The only child of his parents, Kwarteng was born i…

Sep 7th
African Nations Call Out Climate Injustice Ahead of COP27

Climate change has been a pain for most economies …

Aug 31st