Africa: From partitioning to power – Part Three …’ours is a future of light’

IN mathematics, the Lebombo bone found in the mountains of Eswatini, bordered all round by South Africa, dating from 35 000 BCE,...

Africa: From partitioning to power – Part Two…border and territorial disputes

IN the late 19th Century, European imperial powers engaged in a major territorial scramble and, through various incursions, occupied most of Africa,...

Africa: From partitioning to power – Part One

AFRICA’s generic existence is a reproach to the violence, cruelty, colonialism, imperialism and selfishness of Western bondage and underdevelopment of the continent....

COVID-19 and the importance of veterinary services

THE recent protracted lockdown in 2020 due to COVID-19, and the renewed lockdown earlier this year (2021), which coincided with the peak...

Suburban killer disease in dogs

AS the world battles a third wave of COVID-19, the animal health care systems, particularly in developing countries such as Zimbabwe, are...

Uncle Sam abusing the world

THE decision by the US to impose sanctions on Russia on Thursday last week was yet another confirmation that Uncle Sam will...

Agriculture…Zim’s rich variety of soils and ecology

HISTORICALLY, Zimbabwe has been regarded as the ‘bread basket’ of Africa.   More recently, millions of people have been...

Water and Zim’s agricultural future

WATER is defined as a clear, colourless, tasteless and odourless liquid that is essential for the survival of human, animal and plant...

Is China the new ‘American Dream’?

THE US, at the turn of the 20th Century, was the ‘American Dream’ for many, especially after the devastation that followed the...

Equines: War and work horses

UPON its establishment in 1889, the British South Africa Police (BSAP) was first formed as a paramilitary force of mounted infantry by...
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