When a president is forced to donate food to a starving nation then it proves he has failed as a leader!

When a country reaches a level - whereby, the president donating food to starving school pupils, who had cried out to him in desperation for help,...

Another re-re-re-re-release of the Zim Dollar

Another re-re-re-re-release of the Zim Dollar...

A New Day Dawns

Zimbabwe is caught up in election fever, especially the national leadership. However, it’s not the outcome...

Grace Mugabe: a taste of her own medicine

I am devastated by this news and saw that you have been to a Police Station...

Babylonian talk

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The tide of change

As we travel through life, it is important from time to time to take stock of...

Creating a new democracy

The Germans have learnt from their past and it is refreshing to meet a society of...

Mugabe’s hollow State of the Nation Address

Even as he was dying, Dr. Hastings Kamuzu Banda, one of Africa’s worst dictators, affectionately known...

Traditional Leaders

When the first settlers arrived in the country after 1890, they found a country occupied by...

Nehanda and Kaguvi to the rescue

This belief that the dead are still here and manipulating events is an age-old African myth...

Stewing in our own Juice

We have had two events of some significance in the past week. The first was the...

Reviving indigenous crops: the return of millet in Gutu

A new report is just out making the case for the revival of indigenous crops...

Horizons

My daughter once dated a helicopter pilot, he told me that flying a chopper was quite...

Rural cattle marketing in Zimbabwe

As a result of the changes in the beef value chain, discussed in previous blogs, rural...

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