Stephen Sackur’s paranoia

STEPHEN Sackur, the BBC HARDtalk host was recently in Zimbabwe, clearly on a shameless whirlwind mission to stock-up the dying fires of regime change by re-opening the wounds of civil strife that were sealed by the Unity Accord between ZANU and ZAPU in 1987. Through that Unity Accord, Zimbabwe side-stepped the abyss of foreign-sponsored civil […]

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Fuel giants tussle for dominance

PUMA Energy Africa Holdings’ logo, a white puma and brand colours, green and red now emblazon all former Redan and Sakunda Filling and Service Stations in the country. Puma Energy is a joint venture between Trafigura, one of the world’s leading commodities traders and Sanagol, an Angolan state-owned firm on a 52-48 percent shareholding basis. […]

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Irish mother faints on seeing son’s black girlfriend

Irish mother faints on seeing son’s black girlfriend

AS a mother of four children growing up in the UK, the chances that I will have daughters-inlaw and sons-in-law from other racial backgrounds are very high. I will most likely have mixed race grandchildren; and I already have a mixed race grand-daughter born to my son and his white girlfriend, and I love my […]

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Chatham House Report: Zimbabwe’s International Re-engagement The Long Haul to Recovery

By: Knox Chitiyo and Steve Kibble Download full document here

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World No Tobacco Day a threat to farmers

LIFE for Betty Masango from Munhenga Farm in Domboshava has been transformed over the past three years. Her lifestyle has changed and she is a proud owner of two commuter omnibuses and a lorry. Her fortunes changed when she joined resettled farmers that ventured into the lucrative tobacco production, but as she dreams big in […]

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Don’t hide brutish past of our colonisers

THE celebrations of Africa’s birthday which come every year on May 25 evoke many memories, some of them sad, others quite tragic amidst all the jubilation about Africa coming of age. The story of Sarah Baartman, torn from her home in South Africa, and made an object of the most obscene racial sexual abuse, psychological […]

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Failure no option with new machinery

RECENTLY President Robert Mugabe availed agricultural equipment worth millions of dollars under a More Food for Africa programme. While Zimbabwe has vast mineral resources, it has also vast arable land that is now in the hands of the indigenes. We repossessed the land from the white minority. It is no secret that human civilisation and […]

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Dynamos, Triangle in crucial battle

League preview WHAT Kelvin Kaindu failed to do as head coach in his three years at Highlanders FC was to beat Dynamos in league and cup games. From 2012 to 2014, Kaindu was head coach of Highlanders, but was sacked towards the end of the 2014 season. The best result he got from Dynamos were […]

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King Leopold II’s message to missionaries journeying to the Congo in 1883

King Leopold II’s message to missionaries journeying to the Congo in 1883

The speech below which shows the objective of the Christian missionary journey in Africa   “REVERENDS, Fathers and Dear Compatriots: The task that is given to fulfill is very delicate and requires much tact. You will go certainly to evangelise, but your evangelisation must inspire above all Belgium interests. Your principal objective in our mission […]

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