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On the 18th April 1980 I was seated in the stands at Rufaro Stadium in Harare immediately behind Indira Gandhi from India and to the right...

The Changing World

I was born into a world that was literally at war with itself. This tiny country...

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Please stop the Bus

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The Indigenisation Scam

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The allure of tractors

What is it about the allure of tractors? They seem to be the archetypal symbol of...

Zimbabwe; what if ZANU (PF) wins

Never say never, because politics is an unpredictable and dirty game....

Zimbabwe; the comedy continues

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Zimbabwe’s forgotten youth; a disaster in the making

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Whose law counts?

Much of the land debate in Zimbabwe has centred on a number of high profile legal...

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How many times have you heard that over 3 million people have fled Zimbabwe, migrating to...

Twenty years of livelihood change

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Zanu (PF)’s Danse Macabre

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