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African special ownership operations: Part Four

By Professor Artwell Nhemachena AFRICAN States that refuse or fail to liberalise rights to sexual orientation, including queer sexualities, are sanctioned by the US, the EU and even threatened by the UN, yet African States that fail to liberalise or to democratise ownership and control...

Hunting benefits the world can’t ignore …visit Masoka hunting community today

By Emmanuel Koro in Johannesburg, SA.  THERE is a generation in which wildlife revenue brought clean drinking water to thirsty humans, built them a school, a clinic, a road that linked them to the rest of the world and created employment. More than 30 years after...

US to put individuals on restrictions without trial  

By Rutendo Matinyarare THE US State Department plans to impose visa restrictions upon individuals it claims (without trial) to be involved in undermining democracy in Zimbabwe. They intend to include those who they allege manipulated Zimbabwean elections and intimidated voters. They also want to target those they...

Gaza genocide “…we cannot remain silent”

By Patrick Chinamasa FOR the past three months, we have been helpless, powerless, useless witnesses to the unfolding genocide and mass atrocities: wholesale slaughter, indiscriminate, savage, criminal bombardment of civilian targets being committed by Israeli apartheid occupation forces in Gaza against the defenseless Palestinian civilian...

Let’s open our eyes to achieve Vision 2030 …all the answers are here

AS a nation, we need not look any further but here in Zimbabwe for solutions to revamp our industries and have a thriving manufacturing sector as well as re-position the country as the heartbeat of SADC. Anywhere in the world, the human capital is the...

Building our industry from bottom to up …what should schools be teaching?

 WE, in the village, value knowledge that is applicable to our day-to-day social and economic activities.  There should be a very close link between the school system and every other sector of our society.  The education sector has to be the central pillar of our country’s...

Zim leading in re-shaping colonial economies

EDITOR — WHEN our critics write about Zimbabwe as having been the breadbasket of Southern Africa during the 1980s and early 1990s, they are obviously conflating the achievements scored in health and education sectors together with some achievements in agriculture whose benefits were predominantly...

African special ownership operations: Part Three …political majorities in the economic realm

By Prof Artwell Nhemachena IT is time for African scholars of politics and international relations, government studies, political sociology and political anthropology to stop tinkering with theories that do not advance African interests. Advancing the African condition requires theories premised on African priorities and interests beyond...

Truth failing to free Africans

 By Nthungo YaAfrika  SOME uninformed modern Africans do not know who the Nahasis are, but this is not surprising as their story is not found in the so-called ‘modern’ education system here in the motherland. If the books by Cheik Anta Diop and G.M. James, among...

Towards biodefence and strategy: Part Five ….a free from biological hazards Zim

By Mupakamiso Makaya and Tapiwa Bere IN the middle of biological threats, having a biological hazard-free Zimbabwe is possible.  But, only a robust bio-strategy is the answer to that microbiology menace of mass destruction. One renowned philosopher once said, being at peace with people will not have...

Hunhu/ubuntu key to growth …must be infused in all school subjects

WE, in the village, like everyone else value education, that is why we will sell our cattle, goats, grow peanuts to send our children to school. As a nation we are tweaking and fixing our education system to totally dismantle the colonial legacy and significant...

Pay your taxes

EDITOR–AS Zimbabweans we have developed a culture of criticising and complaining, unfairly and without the full facts.  A lot which is untrue is being said about the recently announced National Budget. Remember we have to raise every dollar of the budget ourselves and nothing comes...

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