Sustainable industrial agric for Zim: Part One…the rise of mass production

OVER the past few years, I have been advocating sustainable industrialisation of our agriculture if Zimbabwe is to achieve the economic realities...

Background to Zim’s armed struggle…rise of African nationalism

THE end of the Second World War brought with it ‘winds of change’, one of which was the rise of militant African...

Revisiting festive season … year can’t begin in winter or summer

CHRISTMAS is largely regarded as the most important day of the year by many African countries, particularly former European colonies. 

Alternate systems of governance …Western ‘democracy’ not the alpha and omega

WESTERN ‘democracy’ has limited and inhibited progress and development in developing countries; it is a lie.  It sounds like...

ZIFA cannot hold the nation to ransom

WE are going to get straight to the point and state that we are firmly in agreement with the Sports and Recreation...

Agric, global warming and food security in Zim

CLIMATE CHANGE is “…a change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns when that change lasts for an extended period of time...

Uncle Sam feels the heat

WHEN it comes to manipulation and bullying, the US is the master of the game but as that country’s Secretary of State,...

Agriculture and food security in Zimbabwe

ZIMBABWE is party to several international agreements, including environmental agreements, namely:  Biodiversity, Climate Change, Desertification, Endangered Species, Law of the Sea, Ozone...

Black US Ambassadors accredited to Zim: Part Four…Lanpher represented white interests

IT is David Coltart who brought the International Republican Institute evil into Zimbabwe.  And he did so under black...

COP26: What the media will not tell us

THE attempt by social media trolls, opposition activists and their handlers, like the former British MP for Vauxhall, Kate Hoey, to dilute...
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