This Blog is a continuation of my previous one on Unraveling the Dichotomy between Afrophobia and Xenophobia. Guest Blog - Farai Chidume The economic inequality is coupled by a triplex conundrum of poverty, unemployment and disenfranchisement Migrant Politicking in South Africa Moyo (2019) alludes that the insecure documented and undocumented migrants have been used … Continue reading What is really happening ? Xenophobia is not the African story.
Guest Blog . Farai Joseph Chidume "The chains haven't been broken but chained mire securely" There has been grave misconception and racial segregation on the constant use of terminology and jargon in the media and academic fraternity in South Africa and around the Globe on migration. Terms such as foreigner, tourist and expats have been used with … Continue reading Unraveling the Dichotomy between Afrophobia and Xenophobia
The hiring of “Mthuli Ncube” presumably a technocrat might have been a paradigm shift in Zanu Pf's political opinion to a cognition that the world economy has long moved from household economics to market economy, with the coeval world economic system having forced market systems to be interdependent which makes market competition and commodity consumption … Continue reading Real Oikos-Nomos. “A mini-policy analysis of the TSP” . What will it take for Zim to prosper
The year 2008 is one that any Zimbabwean does not want to remember largely because it was the apotheosis of the 2 decade-long economic decline fueled by consistent poor public administration since 1980 and electoral disputes from the year 2002 premised on alleged electoral fraud. The Cato institute estimated that by mid-November 2008 Zimbabwe’s monthly … Continue reading “Austerity and Economic Crisis in Zimbabwe” Transitional Authorities in Africa Are Bad News for Democracy!!!!!
In November 2017 Zimbabweans across the political divide took to the streets of Harare in what shall be remembered as one the most colourful moments in Zimbabwean history were they expressed support to the military operation code named restore legacy which was simply about removing Robert Mugabe from power and blocking his wife Grace … Continue reading OF RADICALISM AND ITS THREATS ON THE CURRENT ELECTORAL IMPASSE IN ZIMBABWE
Poverty is in mind . Born poor is not a crime but accepting the state of poverty is a crime. Poverty is not good .It causes other people to commit crimes. You need to first fight the poverty mentality . Kelvin Doe is a young Sierra Leonean self educated engineer. He is a child from a very poor district of Sierra Leone’s capital city Freetown. The area is in such rough shape, with electricity so intermittent, that the lights will only come up once a week.Hillary Clinton and Kelvin Doe
Kelvin Doe is born in 1996 in Freetown, Sierra Leone. He learned engineering alone and at the age of 13 he realised his own radio station, where he plays music and broadcasts news under the name of “DJ Focus.” He used discarded pieces of scrap to build transmitters, generators, and batteries, and many other incredible electronic devices.
Kelvin, together with his team, was a winner of…
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Zimbabwean young people as citizens today must to be able to tap information, distinguish the nuances of manifold points of view and converse their own positions to effect change—utilising tools that didn’t exist even a few years ago.
“What some of us are fighting for is to see that this oppressive system is crushed. We don’t care whether, I don’t even care whether I will be part of the top echelon in the ruling, I’m not worried but I’m dying to see a change in the system, that’s all, that’s all. I would like to see the young people enjoying together, black, white, enjoying together. In a new Zimbabwe, that’s all…” Josiah Magama Tongogara. We are independent from colonial rule yes, but the vision which General Tongo had is just not what we have…….amandla awethu! mayibuye iZimbabwe! Not yet uhuru.
Today is the first Independence day without Robert Mugabe as my president. I’m supposed to be happy right? Sadly i feel exactly the same as I felt last year if not worse. With thousands of other Zimbabweans I happily took to the streets in November to show Robert…
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