July 8, 2013
Dear Comrades, While some of us patiently wait for an election that must take place this year without fail, the majority are concerned about the bread and butter issues of the day. It is because of this that I kindly request that we pause, stop and analyse ourselves first even for just a moment. I […]
April 5, 2013
There is need to rethink the imperatives & meaning of a successful Zimbabwean economy. It is critical to understanding the nature of Zimbabwe’s investment opportunities. Zimbabwe’s investment value proposition is more than a resource boom. The key growth driver, about 50% of GDP, is now coming from consumer facing industries (retail, ICT, banking, services). Mining […]
January 30, 2013
One of my favourite words, after the word why is context. I love that word context, because it gives real meaning to various conversations and/or situations. Tendai Biti spoke to some journalists yesterday and this is what he said “Last week when we paid civil servants there was $217 in government coffers”. I spent most […]
February 19, 2012
I firmly believe Zimbabweans have every right to know how the diamonds are adding value to their own lives. Here’s a Global Witness report dated February 2012 entitled Diamonds A good deal for Zimbabwe? What are your thoughts?
June 8, 2011
I just received this PDF file and figured it might be wiser to share with others - Preventing Electoral Fraud report SAIRR May 11 Curious to hear what people think….
November 26, 2010
Highlights: - Point 16 – vital to note this bit right here: - Specific key concerns highlighted by stakeholders during the consultations for the attention of the Budget included the following: Guaranteeing uninterrupted power supply. Reconstruction and rehabilitation of roads infrastructure. Guaranteeing clean water supply and improved sanitation services. Improving health and education social service […]
October 29, 2010
Dear Comrades Recent events have prompted me to write to you today. I am hoping that we can in fact discuss this pertinent issue in the open. Brief background: – When I was in the 6th grade I learnt a lesson I still remember to this very day. Her name was Mrs Greene and interestingly […]