Zim’s unstoppable growth trajectory

AS visibly elated ZANU PF delegates trooped back to their respective homes after yet another successful National People’s Conference that was held...

MDC called for sanctions

AS the anti-sanctions campaigns continue to gather momentum, one puzzle that has not escaped the attention of progressive forces across the board...

Who shrunk MaShona cattle?

MY ongoing integrated bovine veterinary epidemiology research in Zimbabwe since 2015 resulted in the series of articles ‘Cattle: A custodial heritage of...

Occupational industrial and mining diseases in Zim

IN pre-independent Zimbabwe indigenous African workers at the mercy of colonial Rhodesian industrialists succumbed to many diseases and adverse health conditions with...

Minerals – zvicherwa zvevhu: Part Two

BY 1989, the South African mines produced more than 40 percent of all the gold that had ever been mined.  

Minerals: zvicherwa zvevhu

ZIMBABWE is acknowledged for its vast mineral wealth which overshadows its other resources.   In fact, beneath the surface...

An agro-economic analysis…a prognosis of guerilla economics

THE operating environment in Zimbabwe, particularly for agriculture, since the first half of 2019, was characterised by a number of significant macro-economic...

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....
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