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Mugabe: The history we have

One stubborn day in April, the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand and Twelve, President Mugabe stolidly walked back to Harare, clearly defying Press and prophecy.
The week before had been abuzz w...

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Zanu-PF: Thinking real, thinking ahead

This column has in the past highlighted US and other western manoeuvres in central and the horn of Africa, all under the guise of fighting Joseph Kony and that will-of-the-wisp called Al Qaeda. ...

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MDC-T: Inventing a matching scandal

Before the 1789 revolution which gave a bloody full-stop to the Frankish Monarchical line, France was an unliked, war-mongering polity. That dubious status continued during the “reign” of...

Empowerment: Learning from Rhodesia

My instalment last week generated quite some response warranting a second take on the same subject. Of course a good many of my readers struggled with the word "zeitgeist", wondering whether thi...

Zimbabwe: Creating a formidable zeitgeist

Each time I am low, I have this vivifying habit of raking and harassing the cradle of my credo, Marxism. It must give me answers. Or at the very least give me questions the search for answers of whic...

Zim: Who governs, who rules?

"What a dust thou dost raise! Smallest of mortals, when mounted aloft by circumstances, come to seem great; smallest of phenomena connected with them are treated as important, and must be sedulously ...
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Zimbabwe: Beware of the Google Types!

Picture this: Charles Ray Honoured by Zimbabwe Organisation for Youth in Politics (ZOYP), a “human rights” organisation working with youth at the grassroots. The award, 2011 Diplomatic Human Rights D...