NGOs, BaTonga and the regime change project

AS the general elections draw near, NGOs, donor agencies, churches and politicians, all jostle for attention as they sometimes go to extremes to outdo...

Why teaching history remains essential

By Dr Tafataona Mahoso IN my October 13 2017 instalment, I cited a Sunday News story on Deputy Minister Godfrey Gandawa’s views about history and...

Active agents needed for development

THIS week I start by borrowing from Dr Molefi Kete Asante: That great African American who speaks about a fundamental issue called Afrocentricty. This is...

This is no military coup!

THERE is a misconception that there has been a military coup in Zimbabwe. The false news doing the rounds is that the military has...

‘ESAP was never ideal for Zim’

Effects of Structural Adjustment in Southern Africa By J.T. Chipika, S. Chibanda and P.G. Kadenge Published by SAPES Books, 2000 ISBN1-77905-099-2 THE Economic Structural Adjustment Programme (ESAP) is...
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