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          Johnson’s return to Windies team is in his hands      Cache   Translate Page      

"Chairman of selectors Courtney Brown’s team is embarrassing West Indian fans and its time for him to go, while the Foreign Coaches are doing nothing for the team and there are enough great former players who understand the West Indian culture and are good enough be appointed Head Coach by CWI."

At 31, Leon Johnson will know that time is running out on his hopes off adding to the nine Test matches he has played.
The Guyanese left-hander from GCC, the oldest Cricket club in the West Indies, has led Guyana to every First Class title since Barbados won its last one in 2014 and with four consecutive titles to his name he is widely regarded as the best Captain in the Region.

But the former West Indies U-19 Captain will also know that while he is the best candidate for the job as Windies Captain, he must first earn his place in the team with plenty of runs in the 2018/2019 Regional First-Class which bowls off on Thursday.

Kraigg Braithwaite has lost all four of the Test matches since he took over the Captaincy from fellow Bajan Jason Holder who lost 15 off the 27 Tests he has been leading West Indies since 2015.
Braithwaith’s batting Average has dipped to 35.22 and he has not passed 13 in his last his four matches; against India and Bangladesh.
Under the combination of Holder and Braithwaite, Windies have only won seven matches and two series (against Zimbabwe & Bangladesh) in 12 series and four years.
As Johnson gets ready to play his 100th First Class match since making his debut in 2004 against the Leewards at Enmore on Thursday in St Lucia, he will not be only thinking of replacing Braithwaite as Captain but of reproducing the form he showed in the 2016 Regional season.

Johnson lasted played Test cricket in November 2016, scored the most runs (807) from 10 matches with an average of 57.6 with two centuries and five fifties in the 2016 domestic season.

read more at Kaieteur News

          A Florida couple planned a dream vacation in Zimbabwe. Then a hippo attacked.      Cache   Translate Page      
TAMPA - Kristen and Ryan Yaldor planned an elaborate vacation to South Africa and Zimbabwe complete with safaris, a drum and dinner show, and a canoe trip near Victoria Falls to celebrate Kristen's 37th birthday.What the Odessa couple didn't anticipate was the protective mother hippopotamus and her
          How To Use The EcoCash USD-Foreign Currency Wallet (FCA Wallet)      Cache   Translate Page      

Last week,  Ecocash introduced the Foreign Currency Wallet which you can use to receive US dollars, cash out US Dollars or even to make forex payments. However, we left you hanging as we didn’t break down how you can get started with the Foreign Currency Wallet. Hers is how you can go about it; First […]

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          EPMD - I'm Housin / Get Off The Bandwagon (Single 12-1988) US 320      Cache   Translate Page      

Mais Uma Que Tocou Muito Na Zimbabwe, Single Pesado By Circuit 

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I'm Housin' (U.K. Mix)
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          Sirocalot - Sirocalot / Taking My Stand (Single 12-1988) US 320      Cache   Translate Page      

By Circuit Power, Bons Tempos De Zimbabwe Na Antiga Band FM...

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          Regulation of harvester ant foraging as a closed-loop excitable system      Cache   Translate Page      
by Renato Pagliara, Deborah M. Gordon, Naomi Ehrich Leonard Ant colonies regulate activity in response to changing conditions without using centralized control. Desert harvester ant colonies forage for seeds, and regulate foraging to manage a tradeoff between spending and obtaining water. Foragers lose water while outside in the dry air, but ants obtain water by … Continua la lettura di Regulation of harvester ant foraging as a closed-loop excitable system
          Epidemiological characteristics and determinants of dengue transmission during epidemic and non-epidemic years in Fortaleza, Brazil: 2011-2015      Cache   Translate Page      
by Benjamin MacCormack-Gelles, Antonio S. Lima Neto, Geziel S. Sousa, Osmar J. Nascimento, Marcia M. T. Machado, Mary E. Wilson, Marcia C. Castro Background After being eliminated during the 1950s, dengue reemerged in Brazil in the 1980s. Since then, incidence of the disease has increased, as serotypes move within and between cities. The co-circulation of … Continua la lettura di Epidemiological characteristics and determinants of dengue transmission during epidemic and non-epidemic years in Fortaleza, Brazil: 2011-2015
          Neural responses to natural and model-matched stimuli reveal distinct computations in primary and nonprimary auditory cortex      Cache   Translate Page      
by Sam V. Norman-Haignere, Josh H. McDermott A central goal of sensory neuroscience is to construct models that can explain neural responses to natural stimuli. As a consequence, sensory models are often tested by comparing neural responses to natural stimuli with model responses to those stimuli. One challenge is that distinct model features are often … Continua la lettura di Neural responses to natural and model-matched stimuli reveal distinct computations in primary and nonprimary auditory cortex
          ‘Multi-faceted strategies needed to curb child marriages’      Cache   Translate Page      

MULTI-FACETED strategies are needed to curb the prevalence of child marriages, a practice which has disadvantaged many young girls in Zimbabwe who are now pinning their hopes on a speedy alignment of marriage laws to the Constitution. BY PHYLLIS MBANJE With one in every four girls getting married before the age of 18 (which is the yardstick in the Constitution), in the absence of solid laws, it will be difficult to implement constitutional provisions. Speaking at the national conference on child marriages, the director of Women’s Action Group (WAG), Edna Musiiwa, said stakeholders are now required to devise a multi-pronged approach to address the problem. “We need to be looking at various issues here, the laws, the drivers of the child marriage, societal considerations and perceptions,” she said. Many former and current child brides at the conference gave testimonies of how the unions had affected them and their education. Some were still trapped in violent relationships, while others had suffered serious health complications, especially during child birth. “I was married at 13 and my husband beats me up all the time. I dropped out of school and am now stuck. I cannot get out because I am an orphan,” one child bride said before breaking down. A representative from the Justice ministry, Edward Mushamiri, said the current Marriages Act favoured men. “There are several inequalities because it is the man who decides which type of marriage,” he said. He, however, said the delays in alignment of the laws were largely due to the overwhelming number of laws to be aligned. “Over 400 laws are still to be aligned,” he said. Meanwhile, legislators who were at the meeting said budgetary considerations should be made to support projects like basic education assistance model and health service provisions. They pledged to work with other stakeholders to make it a reality. “We are not taking this issue lightly and we now want government to consider it as such. All along it was just the NGOs [non-governmental organisations] who were driving this, but now government needs to give it serious attention,” Headlands legislator, Christopher Chingosho (Zanu PF) said. Emakhandeni-Entumbane legislator, Dingilizwe Tshuma (MDC Alliance) said resources should be made available to support the advocacy initiatives.

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          Taurai Mangwiro salutes Mapeza      Cache   Translate Page      

TRIANGLE coach Taurai Mangwiro says he admires the way his FC Platinum counterpart Norman Mapeza (pictured) has modelled the Zvishavane outfit to become the dominant force on the local front.

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          ZSE turnover up 74% to $700m      Cache   Translate Page      

THE value of shares that were traded on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) was up 74% in the first 10 months of the year to $715,3 million as resurgent inflationary pressures forced investors to seek refuge in equities, an official has said.

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          Aug 1 inquiry: ED put on spot      Cache   Translate Page      

LAWYERS, human rights groups and opposition parties have expressed fears that the report by the commission of inquiry into the post-election violence in which the military allegedly killed six civilians will never be made public after Presidential spokesperson George Charamba said the report was meant for President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s eyes “only”.

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          Mukanya promises epic shows      Cache   Translate Page      

CHIMURENGA music legend Thomas Mapfumo’s fans have something to cheer about this festive season as they will get a taste of samples from his forthcoming album set for release during his Peace Tour.

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          Govt pledges to pamper chiefs      Cache   Translate Page      

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has pledged to turn around the welfare of traditional chiefs by piling benefits and a share of the $310 million set aside for devolution in the 2019 National Budget.

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          Zanu PF MPs disrupt Hwange colliery hearings      Cache   Translate Page      

ZANU PF legislators in the Mines and Energy Parliamentary Portfolio Committee yesterday disrupted oral evidence by British businessman and Hwange Colliery Company (HCCL) shareholder Nicholas Van Hoogstraten, saying the matter was now before the courts.

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          Zanu PF Chiredzi in turmoil      Cache   Translate Page      

THE majority of Zanu PF leaders in Masvingo snubbed the Chiredzi West victory celebrations held at Chishamiso Stadium in Hippo Valley on Saturday amid indications that they could have stayed away due to factional fights rocking the party in the province.

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          Editorial Comment: Govt must address key issues behind doctors’ strike      Cache   Translate Page      

GOVERNMENT must deal with key issues behind the doctors’ strike.

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          Bus accident victim claims $16k compensation      Cache   Translate Page      

A BULAWAYO motorist has sued Zebulon Express bus company for damages amounting to $16 000 and R85 000 after his car was rammed into and extensively damaged by the bus.

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          Global Fund workers demand US$ salaries      Cache   Translate Page      

SOME Global Fund contract workers are demanding their salaries in foreign currency claiming that they are being short-changed by the government.

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          Robbers rape 11 women      Cache   Translate Page      

ELEVEN women from Mutare have confirmed being raped by suspected three armed robbers, who were recently nabbed over a spate of robberies and rape committed in the eastern border city.

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          Guruve prisoners bath in dam      Cache   Translate Page      

Water shortages have hit Guruve prison following a pump break down last month, NewsDay has learnt.

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          Harare hikes charges in $472m budget      Cache   Translate Page      

HARARE City Council has hiked water charges by an average of 17% while clamping, towing and storage charges have been increased by 100% for 2019, further heaping more levies on the overtaxed ratepayers.

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          Going for the saving touch      Cache   Translate Page      

“I need your touch again” is a very popular line in modern Christendom, and has also found its way in many worship songs. It speaks to a believer’s longing for a sense of sentimental contact with the Divine.

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          Young Warriors dispatch Botswana      Cache   Translate Page      

TRIANGLE striker Delic Murimba gave the Zimbabwe national Under -20 side a perfect start when they dispatched Botswana in their first Group C match of the Cosafa tournament taking place in Kitwe, Zambia.

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          Mukandi comes out of retirement      Cache   Translate Page      

FORMER Castle Lager Premier Soccer League club Dynamos goalkeeper Artwell Mukandihas come out of retirement and set his sights on playing for a local premiership team next season.

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          Ex-students sue over seized O-Level results      Cache   Translate Page      

FORMER Ordinary-Level students at Maranatha and Ihlathi High schools have petitioned the Bulawayo High Court demanding the release of their examination results of 2016 which were withheld over outstanding fees.

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          IFAD to invest in smallholder farmers      Cache   Translate Page      

INTERNATIONAL Fund for Agricultural Development president Gilbert Houngbo, has urged government to invest in smallholder farmers as a way of improving food security.

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          Cholera outbreak hits Chiredzi      Cache   Translate Page      

CHIREDZI has started mobilising resources from various stakeholders after the district recorded one case of cholera, the district medical officer Brian Dhlandhlara has said.

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          Diamond policy gets Cabinet nod      Cache   Translate Page      
Cabinet yesterday approved the Zimbabwe National Diamond Policy which is expected to regulate the diamond mining sector and ensure accountability in the mining, processing and selling of the precious mineral.
          ED vows to recover ‘looted’ Zinara funds      Cache   Translate Page      
Government will recover all the money looted at the Zimbabwe National Road Administration, President Mnangagwa has said.
          IFAD finalises Zim action plan      Cache   Translate Page      
The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) is about to finalise its action plan for Zimbabwe for the next three years and will hear from the beneficiaries on how best they can be assisted. This was said by the visiting IFAD president Mr Gilbert Houngbo in an interview after paying a courtesy call on President Mnangagwa at his Munhumutapa offices.
          Editorial Comment: Jecha brigade, politics of spiteful maniacs      Cache   Translate Page      
OVER the past few days social media platforms have been kept in a sizzle in Zimbabwe and beyond. The subject was the Motlanthe Commission of Inquiry into the needless violence of August 1 which left six people dead.
          Moyo out of FCP Champs League tie      Cache   Translate Page      
ZIMBABWE international defender Kevin Moyo has been ruled out of FC Platinum’s decisive leg of their Champions League preliminary round encounter against CNaPS Sport of Madagascar at Mandava this afternoon after failing to recover on time.
          Roadblocks to resume next week      Cache   Translate Page      
POLICE will next week resume roadblocks and checkpoints on the country’s highways to minimise road carnage by enforcing traffic regulations ahead of the festive season, a Cabinet minister has said. Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Engineer Joel Biggie Matiza said police will be working in partnership with the Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe and the Vehicle Inspection Department to restore sanity on the roads and curb traffic offences.
          War vets endorse ED      Cache   Translate Page      
The Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association has endorsed President Mnangagwa for the 2023 harmonised elections in a show of confidence in his leadership.
          War vets call for tough sanctions law      Cache   Translate Page      
The Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association has called for the enactment of laws that bar anyone calling for sanctions and economic sabotage from contesting elections in the country and make it a serious crime under the third schedule of criminal offences.
          Humhandara and hujaya: virginity, culture, and gender inequalities among adolescents in Zimbabwe - Matswetu VS, Bhana D.       Cache   Translate Page      
Given the significance of gender and cultural norms in producing meanings about sexuality, we address the ways in which rural adolescents in Zimbabwe, aged between 16 and 19 years old, give meaning to virginity and the social processes through which it is ...
           Video: Dynasties brutal scenes see two wolf pups getting killed       Cache   Translate Page      
Dynasties episode filmed in Zimbabwe focused on painted wolves and two scenes in particular were distressing. The brutal scenes saw two wolf pups getting killed . One was torn apart by a pack of hyenas. Another was lunged at by a hungry crocodile.
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          TRUE WEST Leads December's Top 10 New London Shows      Cache   Translate Page      

London is never short of temptations, whether splashy West End shows, epic dramas or bold fringe offerings. We've already posted our Christmas picks, and now here are some of this month's most eye-catching openings (sans tinsel). Don't forget to check back for BroadwayWorld reviews, interviews and features!

1. True West, Vaudeville Theatre

Sam Shepard's searing, California-set play about the primal rivalry between an ambitious screenwriter and his drifter brother gets a glitzy new outing. Matthew Dunster directs, with Games of Thrones' Kit Harrington and actor/musician Johnny Flynn starring; the cast also includes Madeleine Potter and Donald Sage Mackay. Read our interview with Madeleine

Until 23 February, 2019. Book tickets here

2. Fiddler on the Roof, Menier Chocolate Factory

Musical theatre fans are fascinated to see what Trevor Nunn does in this new staging of Joseph Stein, Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick's classic work about a Jewish family in Imperial Russia. The cast features Andy Nyman, Judy Kuhn, Molly Osborne, Harriet Bunton, Kirsty MacLaren, Louise Gold, Dermot Canavan, Stewart Clarke, Joshua Gannon and Matt Corner.

Until 9 March, 2019. Sold out, but check here for returns

3. The Tragedy of King Richard the Second, Almeida Theatre

The great Simon Russell Beale, on spectacular form in the recent Lehman Trilogy, tackles Shakespeare's vain, arrogant, power-obsessed monarch - one imagines there might be some contemporary parallels... Joe Hill-Gibbons directs, and the cast also includes Leo Bill, Martins Imhangbe, Natalie Klamar, John Mackay, Joseph Mydell, Saskia Reeves and Robin Weaver.

Until 2 February, 2019; broadcast to cinemas on 15 January. Book tickets here

4. Nine Night, Trafalgar Studios

Natasha Gordon's triumphant debut play, about a Jamaican family in mourning, gets a welcome transfer from the National (read our original review here). Gordon joins the cast of the West End run, and Roy Alexander Weise also directs Cecilia Noble, Oliver Alvin-Wilson, Karl Collins, Michelle Greenidge, Hattie Ladbury and Rebekah Murrell.

Until 23 February, 2019. Book tickets here

5. Caroline, or Change, Playhouse Theatre

Another show hugely deserving of a further run, following stints at Chichester and the Hampstead: Michael Longhurst's magnificent revival of Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori's musical about a woman in Civil Rights-era Louisiana working as a maid to support her kids. The incomparable Sharon D Clarke encores her acclaimed lead performance.

Until 6 April, 2019. Book tickets here

6. The Merry Wives of Windsor, Barbican

The RSC continues its London season with Fiona Laird's sharply contemporary take, which filters Shakespeare's riotous comedy through the reality TV stylings of The Only Way Is Essex. David Troughton stars as unlucky hustler Falstaff, and the cast also features Rebecca Lacey, Beth Cordingly, Karen Fishwick, Luke Newberry, Ishia Bennison and Vince Leigh.

Until 5 January, 2019. Book tickets here

7. Sweat, Donmar Warehouse

Lynn Nottage's Pulitzer-winning play, based on interviews with the impoverished inhabitants of Reading, Pennsylvania, shows the desperation, disillusionment and racial tension that prefigured a Trump Presidency. For this UK premiere, Lynette Linton directs a cast that includes Martha Plimpton, Leanne Best, Clare Perkins, Wil Johnson, Stuart McQuarrie and Sule Rimi.

Until 26 January, 2019. Book tickets here

8. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, Piccadilly Theatre

The National's beloved version of Mark Haddon's novel - adapted by Simon Stephens and directed by Marianne Elliott - is back in town, giving Elliott a third simultaneous London show (Company, War Horse). Joshua Jenkins makes his West End debut as Christopher, and the cast also features Julie Hale, Stuart Laing and Emma Beattie.

Until 27 April, 2019. Book tickets here

9. The Convert, Young Vic

Wakanda Forever! It's a Black Panther reunion, with Letitia Wright starring in this revival of the acclaimed play by castmate Danai Gurira, which tackles faith and colonialism in Zimbabwe. Ola Ince directs, and the cast also features Paapa Essiedu, Ivanno Jeremiah, Jude Akuwudike, Luyanda Unati Lewis-Nyawo, Rudolphe Mdlongwa and Pamela Nomvete.

Until 26 January, 2019. Book tickets here

10. Doctor Faustus, Shakespeare's Globe

Paulette Randall directs Marlowe's enduring cautionary tale about the devilish consequences of unchecked ambition, which should be a great fit for the Sam Wanamaker's candlelit atmospherics. The cast includes Jocelyn Jee Esien, Pauline McLynn, Louis Maskell, Jay Villiers, Sarah Awankwah, John Leader, Mandi Symonds, Lily Bevan and Lucie Sword.

Until 2 February, 2019. Book tickets here

Want more recommendations? Find previous Top 10 lists here

          Zim Air Force Pilot Accused of Brutally Killing Girlfriend Over Cheating Allegations      Cache   Translate Page      
An air force pilot in Zimbabwe is being accused of killing his girlfriend on allegations that she was cheating him with another man. The citizen reports that 29-year-old Tashinga Musonza was arrested end November in connection with the brutal murder of his lawyer girlfriend Lucy Duve. According to police reports, Musonza went to their joint […]
          MDC MP’s trial deferred to January      Cache   Translate Page      
Samuel Takudzwa Banda

The trial of Mount Pleasant MDC Member of Parliament Samuel Banda — who stands accused of presenting a false residential address to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) — has been rolled over to January after his defence counsel requested more time to go through the docket.

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          12/5/2018: FEATURES: CANADIAN CROSSWORD      Cache   Translate Page      

ACROSS 1 Philatelist’s pride Chi’s follower At the centre of Zimbabwe’s largest city List-finishing abbr. Gradually grow dimmer Acid that’s basically vinegar Discoverer of x-rays Thyme or basil World’s third most populous country Dissenting yell 7 10...
          Four Projects in Three Countries Receive Grants from Adventure Travel Conservation Fund in 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Now in its second year of funding, the Adventure Travel Conservation Fund (ATCF) recently announced it will award $80,000 USD in grants to four projects located in India, Mexico, and Zimbabwe. The projects, which were nominated and voted on by ATCF members, are all directly engaged in the conservation of unique cultural and natural resources...
           90‐90‐90 by 2020? Estimation and projection of the adult HIV epidemic and ART programme in Zimbabwe – 2017 to 2020       Cache   Translate Page      
Bansi-Matharu, L; Cambiano, V; Apollo, T; Yekeye, R; Dirawo, J; Musemburi, S; Davey, C; ... Phillips, AN; + view all <#> Bansi-Matharu, L; Cambiano, V; Apollo, T; Yekeye, R; Dirawo, J; Musemburi, S; Davey, C; Napierala, S; Fearon, E; Mpofu, A; Mugurungi, O; Hargreaves, JR; Cowan, FM; Phillips, AN; - view fewer <#> (2018) 90‐90‐90 by 2020? Estimation and projection of the adult HIV epidemic and ART programme in Zimbabwe – 2017 to 2020. Journal of the International AIDS Society , 21 (11) , Article e25205. 10.1002/jia2.25205 . Green open access
          Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Ready to Seize Idle Land Owned By Top Zanu-PF Allies      Cache   Translate Page      
[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa says his government was ready to seize and redistribute tracts of idle farmland mostly owned by his top Zanu PF allies.
          Zimbabwe: President 'Has Undertaken to Publish Commission Findings'      Cache   Translate Page      
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa made an undertaking to make the results of the August 1 inquiry public way before appointing the Mothlante Commission but will follow processes and formalities laid down in the law, his spokesperson, Mr George Charamba, has said.
          Zimbabwe: War Vets Seek to Raise Presidential Age Limit      Cache   Translate Page      
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) has called for a constitutional amendment to raise the presidential age limit from 40 to 52 years to ensure anyone who contests for the presidency is mature enough to fully grasp the gravity of what it means to run a country.
          After Mugabe - 'Not much has changed in HE'      Cache   Translate Page      
A year after the departure of Zimbabwe's former president Robert Mugabe after 37 years in power, opinion is divided on how much progress the new government under Emmerson Mnangagwa has made in ref ...
          Moyo out of FCP Champs League tie      Cache   Translate Page      
Kelvin Moyo

Zimbabwe international defender Kevin Moyo has been ruled out of FC Platinum’s decisive leg of their Champions League preliminary round encounter against CNaPS Sport of Madagascar at Mandava this afternoon after failing to recover on time.

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          Jaricha to miss Miss Tourism World      Cache   Translate Page      
OUT IN THE COLD . . . Tafadzwa Primrose Jaricha

Organisers of the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe pageant have announced that their queen, Tafadzwa Primrose Jaricha, will not represent the country at the international level this year because of limited time and lack of preparedness.

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          Pupil drowns on Great Zimbabwe school trip      Cache   Translate Page      

An Upper Sixth pupil at Sizane High School in Bulwayo drowned in a swimming pool at a hotel in Masvingo during an educational trip on Saturday night.

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          Familiar finds the pulsing, beating heart of a Zimbabwean-American family in Minnesota      Cache   Translate Page      
In Danai Gurira’s new play, characters cling to their culture, even as they assimilate into America. Multitalented playwright and actress Danai Gurira's new play Familiar has a pulsing, beating heart. A deft writer who knows when to end a scene, Gurira's portrayal of a Zimbabwean-American family in Minnesota preparing to give away their daughter in marriage while fighting to hold onto everything they can of their culture is rich with hearty belly laughs that leaven heart-wrenching revelations.…
          Familiar finds the pulsing, beating heart of a Zimbabwean-American family in Minnesota      Cache   Translate Page      
In Danai Gurira’s new play, characters cling to their culture, even as they assimilate into America. Multitalented playwright and actress Danai Gurira's new play Familiar has a pulsing, beating heart. A deft writer who knows when to end a scene, Gurira's portrayal of a Zimbabwean-American family in Minnesota preparing to give away their daughter in marriage while fighting to hold onto everything they can of their culture is rich with hearty belly laughs that leaven heart-wrenching revelations.…
          Zimbabwe: Cholera Cases Continue to Surge At National Level      Cache   Translate Page      
[] Community Water Alliance (CWA) local members in Dotito, Mt Darwin have reported over 100 cases of cholera in the area. Few deaths have been recorded and our committees are still compiling information on total deaths. The outbreak allegedly emanated from an area with illegal small scale miners in Mukaradzi.
          Zimbabwe: Mayor Up for Stealing Drought Relief Maize      Cache   Translate Page      
[The Herald] Bindura Mayor Councillor Carlos Tokyo and three other MDC-Alliance councillors on Monday appeared in court for allegedly stealing 5 tonnes of drought relief maize at Tendai Hall, Chipadze in Bindura.
          Zimbabwe: Uncollected Refuse a Heath Time Bomb in Masvingo      Cache   Translate Page      
[] Masvingo residents have raised grave concern over the increase in heaps of uncollected refuse and resurfacing of illegal waste bump sites in the town's central business district (CBD) and its surrounding locations which is now a threat to people's health. A community survey carried out by Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development (COTRAD) Action for Accountability Group (AAGs) revealed that, the amount of uncollected refuse is not only drastically increasing but has now become part and parcel of t
          Zimbabwe: City of Harare Allocate 10.98 Percent of Its 2019 Budget to Water & Sanitation      Cache   Translate Page      
[] In its 2019 budget presented by Councillor Luckson Mukunguma, City of Harare allocated $51 856 200 to water and sanitation against a total budget of $472 248 300. This is a milestone increment in budget allocation to water and sanitation for the past 10 years. Water and sanitation therefore got a 10,98% allocation of the total budget. Community Water Alliance advocated for a 10% budget allocation in a letter presented to Mayor of Harare Councillor Herbert Gomba.
          Microsoft agrees to modernise Zimbabwean schools      Cache   Translate Page      
(Telecompaper) Microsoft has entered into an agreement with the Zimbabwean to create technology-sensitive classrooms...
          Humhandara and hujaya: virginity, culture, and gender inequalities among adolescents in Zimbabwe - Matswetu VS, Bhana D.       Cache   Translate Page      
Given the significance of gender and cultural norms in producing meanings about sexuality, we address the ways in which rural adolescents in Zimbabwe, aged between 16 and 19 years old, give meaning to virginity and the social processes through which it is ...
          Zimbabwe’s biggest flour producer to close mills due to foreign currency shortage      Cache   Translate Page      
National Foods â one of the largest food manufacturers in Zim â is closing two of its mills in Harare and Bulawayo, citing foreign currency shortages.
          Jaricha to miss Miss Tourism World      Cache   Translate Page      
Organisers of the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe pageant have announced that their queen, Tafadzwa Primrose Jaricha, will not represent the country at the international level this year because of limited time and lack of preparedness.
          800K Children Missing Each Year In US; Pedophilia Epidemic Sweeping Globe      Cache   Translate Page      
800,000 children a year in the US go missing, with many of them seized by predators who traffick them through pedophilie networks.
800,000 children a year in the United States go missing, with many of them falling into the hands of predators who traffic the children through pedophilia networks where the children suffer unimaginable horrors such as Satanic ritual abuse.

This number is comprised of documented cases of children gone missing, and does not include children who are born and bred into pedophilia networks and have no birth certificates. It also does not include undocumented immigrant children who are trafficked across the border.
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Worldwide, the number is closer to 8 million children missing and being sexually trafficked by International pedophile rings.
Such is the scope of the epidemic that The International Tribunal for Natural Justice (ITNJ) convened over a 3-day period in Westminster, London to launch their Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse.
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The Judicial Commission is comprised of world leaders who have been involved in fighting child sex trafficking for years, and includes intelligence officers, politicians, legal scholars, and many others.
The International Tribunal was formed because most of the world’s government bodies today have been corrupted and no longer represent the people, but instead serve the interest of private corporations, and as such, justice is seldom found in most government judicial courts around the world today to stop such a heinous crime as child sex trafficking.
In fact, the child sex trafficking network today is actually facilitated by the rich and powerful, whose influence reaches into the political and judicial branches of society.
From the INTJ report:
The ITNJ initiative has arisen as a response to the disregard for the rule of law exhibited by (alleged) public officials, corporate directors, and ‘world leaders’ who have deliberately privatized and weaponized the governments of the world against their own people.
It is the culmination of years of endeavour and research on the part of many people from a diverse set of backgrounds dedicated to safeguarding a viable future for human kind. It is recognized that we the people must take responsibility in holding government to account when it violates basic human rights and natural law.
Today we know conclusively that many of these activities are being facilitated by politically and financially powerful individuals, government, and corporate organizations who perennially avoid being brought to account for their actions due to their affluence and influence.
Included in the court proceedings of the first Judicial Commission of the Tribunal were powerful testimonies from victims who suffered unimaginable horrors as children being sexually abused and trafficked through this powerful world-wide pedophilia network that sexually trafficks children, a human trafficking network that brings in more revenue than the trafficking of weapons and drugs.
During the opening Plenary Session, Chief Counsel Robert David Steele, a former CIA officer, gave perhaps the best summary of the purpose of Tribunal’s Judicial Commission, which has been condensed into a 15 minute video:
A partial transcript:
As a parent and as a patriot I have been outraged for some time by the clear and present danger to society of pedopredation (pedophilia or paedophilia).
I recognize now that child torture, child murder, and child organ harvesting is an ‘accepted’ practice at the highest levels of government, the NGO and multinational corporate sector, as well as throughout academic institutions and civil society.
This scourge persists because it is allowed to exist by the complicit authorities.
As a former spy and pioneer for Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) I have worked with INTERPOL, EUROPOL, Scotland Yard, the FBI, and the national intelligence and law enforcement services or their representatives from over 66 countries.
What I have found, without exception, is that they are all staffed by good people trapped in bad systems – systems that are not allowed to properly address this scourge – the multi-generational crime against humanity known as pedophilia.
Pedophilia – a ‘love for children’ – is not an accurate term. There is no love for children manifest in any aspect of child slavery, sexual abuse, torture, murder, or body harvesting.
For this reason the inaugural seating of the Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking & Child Sex Abuse, at the behest of ITNJ Commissioner Carine Hutsebaut (a criminologist and psychotherapist) the term ‘Pedopredation,’ has been designated as a more appropriate term, along with the term ‘pedosexual,’ for that considerable sub-set abuses of children outside the Satanic ritual network.
It is vital to note that many organizations that started out with the best of intentions – from the Boy Scouts to the day care centers to United Nations assistance and development groups to Oxfam as the most recent example – appear to have been infiltrated by pedopredators.
By virtue of being in daily contact with the most vulnerable members of society, our children, many of the mandated organizations have, over time, attracted numerous pedopredators to their ranks, and been compromised by their lack of proper vetting processes, as well as also turning a deliberate blind eye to the transgressions of staff.
This need not be so if governments were honest and counterintelligence were to be exercised. It appears to be a matter of policy at the highest levels of global leadership to turn a blind eye to pedopredation and pedosexuality.
It appears that pedopredation – including the attendant torture and murder of infants to produce adrenalized blood via ritual Satanic abuse – is in some cases considered an elite ‘privilege’ whereupon these echelons are permitted to practice such perversity with impunity.
There are two additional causes for alarm.
First, there appears to be a deliberate campaign by the elite to infect local, state (province) and national police, prosecutors, and judges – from Australia to Zimbabwe – with a ‘taste’ for pedosexuality.
It is used as both an initiation rite into the Deep State and Shadow Government, and as a basis for blackmail.
Worse, we are now seeing two terrible trends: one toward abusing and murdering children before they learn to speak (they cannot bear witness); and the other, perhaps brought back by US forces from Afghanistan, the combination of war dogs and toddlers in a devastating combination of child rape and bestiality – dogs raping children for videos to be sold.
Add to this the growing market in fetuses, the most prized being those delivered on the floor as part of a Satanic ritual, and one has an inkling of the greatest evil on the planet.
Second, it has become clear from our early inquiries with ample documentation, that both the family courts and the insolvency courts are being used to strip children from families to convert the children into a commodity that can be sold for cash, and are also being used to strip assets from wealthy individuals who are not part of the Deep State network.
Governments are complicit in child and asset stripping, which would not occur if registrars, lawyers (barristers), and judges were held accountable. False claims and documents abound, and in their tolerated existence, challenge the legitimacy of the government.
ENOUGH! The purpose of the Commission is to do what has not been done before: to document the actual totality of missing children each year (preliminary estimates yet to be documented are eight million a year, or 22,000 a day); and also to document what happens to these children once they are ingested into the local to global pedopredation network of networks.

The average lifespan of a child once in the pedopredation (pedophilia or paedophilia) system is estimated by some to be two years — those being groomed for ‘leadership’ roles that perpetuate pedosexuality at all levels live much longer.

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Nkrumah’s All Africa People’s Conference: The Zimbabwean Factor
Brooks Marmon

This December marks the 60th anniversary of the All African People’s Conference (AAPC) in Accra, Ghana. The nearly weeklong event in 1958 convened some 200 people representing 60 organisations from 27 countries, including prominent pan-African personalities like Patrice Lumumba and Tom Mboya. It marked a decisive shift in the organisation of pan-Africanist conferences from Europe to Africa and on the eve of the independence of many of the still colonised territories on the continent. It constitutes a key marker in the consolidation of Kwame Nkrumah’s image as a pan -African icon.

The initial impact of the AAPC was, however, much more than symbolic. An examination of the surge of political action in colonial Zimbabwe (then known as Southern Rhodesia) following the conference reveals the extent to which the AAPC contributed to deepening the liberation struggle in one of the African colonies with the strongest presence of white settlers.

Two Zimbabweans attended the AAPC conference – Joshua Nkomo, a major figure in the nationalist struggle who subsequently came to be known as “father Zimbabwe” and Paul Mushonga, who articulated a commitment to pan-African socialism but passed away early in the struggle in 1962.

Nkomo was named to the steering committee of the AAPC – attendance at its subsequent meetings across the continent enabled him to develop a range of important international contacts, which contributed to breaking the isolation the Rhodesian authorities sought to impose on the movement he led.

However, the impact of the AAPC on Zimbabwe was felt much more directly in the British colony as well.

On the side-lines of the conference, the delegates from Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Malawi (then known as Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland, respectively) which were all linked at the time in the Central African Federation, held a number of meetings and resolved that as neighbours linked under a white dominated political structure, they would increase their cooperation to push for self-determination.

Returning from Accra, H. Kamuzu Banda, leader of the liberation struggle in Malawi, transited overnight in Zimbabwe. He lodged with Mushonga and gave a blistering speech at a public meeting convened by the Zimbabwean nationalists. The speech was viewed by the settler authorities as being so incendiary, that Banda was subsequently banned from entering the colony.

In the weeks following the conclusion of the AAPC, the Southern Rhodesian government would ban several additional individuals from Malawi and Zambia from entering the colony in a bid to undermine transnational links between the liberation movements in the adjacent territories.

The meeting in Accra so unsettled the Rhodesian authorities, that on several occasions in parliament in 1959, it was discussed if legislation should be passed that would specifically ban the AAPC itself, or any political movement emanating from Ghana, from operating in Southern Rhodesia. A May 1959 government memorandum identified Ghana as the number one external threat to the security of the Central African Federation.

It was not only top government officials who were threatened by the new militancy stirred by the AAPC. Weeks after the Accra conference, a private Rhodesian citizen announced the formation of a “European National Congress” in a bid to halt the objectives of the AAPC in Southern Rhodesia.

The hysteria from the public and the increasing attention that Ghana as an agent of African liberation was receiving across the Federation spurred the government to take action. Dual states of emergency were declared in Zimbabwe and Malawi in late February and early March of 1959 and hundreds of nationalists were detained and the two main political parties in each territory were outlawed.

The fallout from this act ushered in a new stage of the liberation struggle and greatly increased support from the masses.

The impact of the AAPC was significant and extended far beyond the borders of Ghana. In convening such a diverse array of Africans, on African soil, Nkrumah struck a blow against the prevailing colonial status quo. As the anxious actions of the Rhodesian officials showed, the times were changing.

* Brooks Marmon is a PhD student at the University of Edinburgh, researching early pan-African influences on the Zimbabwean nationalist struggle.

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Chinese Investment in Africa Good for Africa's Development: Official
2018/12/4 1:02:49

The current Chinese investment in Africa, most especially in infrastructure development, is good for the continent to achieve economic and social transformation on the continent, an official of African Development Bank (AfDB) said Monday.

"Chinese investments are highly welcome to Africa," Gabriel Negatu, director general of AfDB East Africa regional development and business delivery office, told Xinhua in an interview on the sidelines of the ongoing African Economic Conference that opened on Monday.

Private investment from China, especially in transport, energy and industrial development, would help Africa to speed up the implementation of a continental free trade area, said Negatu.

"China has become Africa's great development partner, because the Chinese government has been able to support heavy infrastructure projects like the Kenya Standard Gauge Railway, among others," he said.

"It is us Africans who need to decide what it is that we want China to invest in. Today the west is not able to support that kind of big infrastructure developments in Africa," he added.

The 13th edition of the annual conference, organized by the United Nations Development Program and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa is held under the theme "Regional and Continental Integration for Africa's Development."

The conference that runs to Wednesday, focuses, among others, on initiatives for accelerating progress in infrastructure integration, including the removal of barriers for movement of people and goods and services across borders.

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Em 2005 o primeiro-ministro chinês Wen Jiabao visitou Portugal. José Socrates, então recente primeiro-ministro, incentivou o visitante a usar Portugal como intermediário nas crescentes relações sino-"palop". Na época eu trabalhava na área da "cooperação" (ajuda pública ao desenvolvimento) e muito me chocaram aquelas declarações do ainda relativamente desconhecido Sócrates (não se perspectivava tamanho descalabro),  por razões subjectivas e objectivas.


As subjectivas eram algo óbvias. Qualquer pessoa da minha geração se poderá lembrar o que foi o governo de Macau nos últimos quinze anos de tutela portuguesa. A coabitação entre os governos de Cavaco Silva e as presidências de Soares e Sampaio - sendo a presidência da república a responsável por aquela região - significaram que Macau foi administrado, num período de grande crescimento infraestrutural, pelos quadros socialistas. E foi público que se o PSD (e não só) se conspurcou na gestão da inserção europeia, o PS saiu profundamente lesionado da "coisa macaense", no afã da "árvore das patacas". Infecção que levou para os governos de Guterres e que este, criticável político mas homem honrado, deixou transparecer com o rebuço retórico do"pântano" quando se demitiu. Por isso, quando em 2005 Sócrates ofereceu os préstimos do país, e da sua administração, para facilitar a extroversão africana da China tudo indiciava que o PS não fizera qualquer "julgamento ético" (como Augusto Santos Silva reduz agora a avaliação da política) do seu percurso recente. Como se veio a comprovar, tanto pelas más-práticas dos governantes como pelo apoio cúmplice da generalidade dos profissionais da palavra pública, jornalistas e académicos, durante o consulado socratista. E hoje.


Mas as razões objectivas eram ainda mais óbvias. Num breve texto de Dezembro de 2007 eu resmungava isso, ecoando várias conversas em Maputo. Desde finais de XX que a China hiper-desenvolvera as suas relações comerciais e políticas com os países africanos. Com propósitos e estratégias bem diversos dos da União Europeia, e de Portugal nas suas relações soluçantes com as antigas colónias. O evidente falhanço dos desenvolvimentos africanos (já elencado nos 1960s pelo nada pró-colonial René Dumont) conduzira, desde os 80s, a alterações nas formas de "cooperação" entre a UE (e de países aliados, como EUA, Canadá, Suíça ou Noruega) e África. Grosso modo subordinando doacções, ajuda técnica e empréstimos bonificados a uma "condicionalidade política". Ou seja, à aceitação de boas práticas estatais, de uma democratização assente na "boa governança" (tétrico jargão), do incremento e autonomização da "sociedade civil", da descentralização avessa à opacidade dos poderes, da protecção ecológica, no fundo ao chamado "desenvolvimento sustentável", crente que a democracia é desenvolvimento, uma ideia consagrada no Nobel da Economia então atribuído a Amartya Sen. Muitos criticam este paradigma, dizendo-o neoliberal, exportação do modelo "ocidental" e neo-colonial. Poderá também ser tudo isso, e com toda a certeza contém a defesa dos interesses dos países doadores ("ocidentais"), que é esse o princípio das relações internacionais. Mas também não era só isso, pois fruto de transformações demográficas, socioeconómicas e ideológicas nos países europeus, que haviam promovido genuínas preocupações ideológicas e técnicas de promover algo melhor do que vinha acontecendo no desenvolvimento africano, combater o malvado "afro-pessimismo" (o aggiornamento do racismo), e procurar a defesa do meio ambiente, triturado alhures.


A chegada dos interesses chineses tudo alterou. Neles inexiste qualquer intuito democratizador ou sensibilidade ecológica, ou objectivo desenvolvimentista - há uma preocupação na construção de infraestruturas viárias que promovam o comércio de matérias-primas (e a seu tempo de produtos industriais imensamente sub-remunerados) para a China, algo que as burguesias africanas vêm considerando "desenvolvimento". Estas enormes construções infraestruturais são entendidas localmente como "ofertas" (basta conversar em Maputo com a burguesia letrada para ouvir isso), quando são obras basto sobre-orçamentadas e sob empréstimos chineses, para além de muitas vezes serem de duvidosa urgência (caso exemplar é a recente ponte de Maputo, uma verdadeira excentricidade se sopesadas as necessidades infraestruturais do país, e uma total aberração se considerado o preço astronómico e sobredimensionado da obra). Ou seja, a China financia directamente a sua indústria, construindo em África através de empréstimos contraídos pelos poderes africanos; e indirectamente, através do estabelecimento das infraestruturas de aquisição de matérias-primas baratas.


Questões como o desenvolvimento tecnológico ou empresarial africano (a transferência de saberes) é de nula relevância, o desenvolvimento social é inconsiderado - e nesta área será importante discernir quais as concepções dominantes na China sobre "África" e os "africanos", principalmente se pensarmos no rolo auto-crítico que os europeus fazem sobre o "paternalismo" e o "racismo" com que as suas sociedades interagem com África e seus habitantes. O resultado destes últimos anos é tétrico: países africanos imensamente endividados, ainda que com diferentes conteúdos (países como a África do Sul - mas que outros? - têm alguma maior capacidade de resistência). Dívidas que têm penhores, os recursos naturais, que assim vão passando explicitamente para o manuseio chinês. A razia ecológica, em particular a desflorestação é quase incomensurável. E a corrupção das elites exponenciou-se, num verdadeiro sublinhar da velha definição marxista de "burguesia compradora". É um neo-colonialismo radical, um neo-colonialismo selvagem, para glosar a expressão "capitalismo selvagem". (Abaixo deixo um programa da Al-Jazeera, que não é a "Voz da América" nem qualquer "Canal de Bruxelas" sobre o assunto, para quem tiver interesse).  


Para qualquer tipo que tivesse dois dedos de testa e uns centímetros de conhecimento esta via era já óbvia em 2005. O poder português, o PS de Sócrates, preferiu a obtenção de migalhas - no seio do que agora se sabe serem interesses esconsos das articulações político-económicas: por exemplo, em 2006 noticiava o Público que o Espírito Santo ajudara a entrada chinesa no petróleo angolano (alguma ideia sobre a situação actual, é a pergunta sarcástica necessária). Ou seja, refutando a nossa inserção nas políticas desenvolvimentistas europeias (os célebres acordos de Lomé e Cotonou) e toda a retórica que acompanhara o estabelecimento da CPLP na década anterior. Nada disto importou, apenas a miragem de alguns ganhos como intermediário da entrada triunfal da política económica chinesa em África. E, ainda mais ridículo, com promessas de abertura do enorme mercado chinês aos produtos portugueses, pomposamente anunciada na imprensa aquando da visita do PM chinês em 2005: 13 anos passados seria interessante ver os dados reais dessa abertura, e o impacto na economia portuguesa. 


Alguns dirão que nada havia a fazer, que a dinâmica africana da China foi tão possante que uma pequena economia como Portugal nada poderia fazer em contrário, clamando assim a subordinação à "razão de Estado" e à obtenção de ganhos para o país. É uma paupérrima concepção de Estado e de mundo, bem como da política africana portuguesa. Mas mesmo que nesse registo rasteiro, de avaliação política sob estritos critérios de contabilidade nacional, será importante questionar: que ganhos económicos teve o país na sua extroversão para a China? E qual a situação das relações económicas com África, em particular com as duas grandes ex-colónias? E as relações políticas (catalépticas as com Moçambique, apesar da retórica do nosso PR, gélidas as com Angola, apesar do fogareiro agora aceso pelo PR angolano)? Outros, com mais memória, dirão que o governo de Sócrates teve o sucesso de conseguir realizar a cimeira Europa-África, em plena crise diplomática devido à oposição Reino Unido - Zimbabwe. Foi um facto, mas isso ter-se-á devido aos méritos da equipa do MNE da altura, Amado e Cravinho (este agora em rota para MNE do próximo governo). E deixa a pergunta fundamental: quais os benefícios reais obtidos, tanto para África como para Portugal, e já nem falo da política desenvolvimentista da UE? Ou seja, a sinofilia do governo português mostrou bem o quão de cabotagem era o seu rumo. Em termos internacionais. E em termos nacionais. Foi anunciado, de modo evidente, em 2005. Tornou-se evidente nos anos subsequentes.


Quinze anos depois se a situação das relações africanas com África é esta, também o é a relação de Portugal e de alguns países europeus. A influência chinesa está a crescer na Europa austral, de modo avassalador. Aqui não há matérias-primas, das quais a indústria chinesa necessita. Há os mercados, necessários à indústria e à finança. Mas o tipo de abordagem predatória será o mesmo. As sociedades europeias amortecerão o impacto socioeconómico de maneira mais protegida, mas o impacto desdemocratizador talvez seja mais sentido (não se está já a sentir). Não se trata de ser sinófobo, ou de clamar "Vêm aí os Chineses". Mas de perceber, passado este tempo e sendo explícito o que já era óbvio, que quando se vê um governante português como a actual Secretária de Estado do Turismo choramingar a um grupo económico chinês "…por favor, usem-nos, como porta de entrada, como cobaias, para testar a forma de entrarem na Europa" estamos no "grau zero" da política. E que as nossas elites políticas nada aprendem com a história recente. Os socialistas (e o bloco central por definição) na sua cabotagem, na busca de restos disponíveis. Os comunistas presos a uma patética solidariedade com um poder que de "comunista" tem o nome e a foice e o martelo - lembram-se as pessoas da sabujice do parlamento português ao recusar receber o Dalai Lama em 2001, por pressões chinesas, e do texto do velho dirigente comunista Aboim Inglez, esse que fora em tempos de conflito sino-soviético muito adversário da China, a esse respeito? Rezava assim: "Tivemos entre nós, uma semana, o sr. Kenzin Gyatso, mais conhecido pelo título do 14º Dalai Lama, numa das suas constantes itinerâncias pelo mundo, na condição de cabecilha do que resta da clique reaccionária e retrógrada tibetana, conluiada com o imperialismo para atacar a China pela via da mentira e do separatismo". À direita os liberais, cegos e sonâmbulos, a quererem crer que isto é o "mercado" - quando "isto" é o capitalismo de Estado, de que se falava sobre o bloco soviético, mas agora super-competente. E o BE sempre relativamente simpático com quaisquer laivos de "alterglobalização" (entenda-se, antiamericanismo) que surja no ocidente. 


Nenhum destes partidos,  nenhuma das fracções desta "burguesia compradora" portuguesa, se opõe ao verdadeiro imperialismo chinês, voraz que é. E os governantes pedem "por favor" para que os interesses chineses sejam mais céleres e intensivos na sua intervenção. É a mesma mediocridade, ininteligente, cleptocrática e anti-patriótica que reconhecemos em tantos dos poderes africanos. Sem qualquer projecto de país, plano ou estratégia de desenvolvimento. E depois, sabe-se lá porquê, dizem-se, ufanos, de "esquerda", símbolo do progressismo e desenvolvimentismo. 


E um povo que a apoia. Nessa confluência um país inibido de o ser. Nada mais do que isso.


(Então aqui fica o programa a que aludi, vinte minutos sobre o presente de África. E o futuro de Portugal).


          Data as History: Charting the Last 2000 Years of Progress      Cache   Translate Page      

Angus Maddison, the late professor of economics at the University of Groningen, never won a Nobel Prize for economics, but he did leave behind an enduring legacy in the form of his income estimates going back to the time of Christ (or, for the secularly-inclined, Caesar Augustus). On a previous occasion, I discussed the graph below, which shows the painfully slow (almost non-existent) growth in average per capita incomes prior to the Industrial Revolution and the extraordinary growth that humanity has experienced over the last two-and-half centuries. Adjusted for inflation, an average inhabitant of the planet is today roughly ten times as rich as she or he was just two centuries ago.

Considering that Homo sapiens only emerged as a unique species of hominids some 200,000 years ago, our experience with prosperity is incredibly short, amounting to no more than 0.1 percent of our time on Earth. The remarkable novelty of our present abundance may, perhaps, explain our unease with it ("all good things must come to an end") and our eschatological obsessions ranging from overpopulation to out-of-control global warming.
Continued human progress does, of course, depend on maintaining policies, institutions and ideas (intellectual enlightenment, classical liberalism and free exchange) that made it possible in the first place.

I was reminded of that fact on the death of my grandfather who, having been born in 1922, frequently mused about the relative prosperity of his native Czechoslovakia between the wars. A life-long anti-communist (for decades, he was prevented from practicing law, because he married the wrong kind of a girl; no, not a prostitute, but the daughter of a wealthy family), he always maintained that Czechoslovakia could have been as wealthy as Austria "if it hadn't been for the Bolshevik putsch of 1948."

Maddison's remarkable data allows us to see such "what ifs" very clearly. Czechoslovakia emerged as an independent nation from the ruins of the Austro-Hungarian Empire following the conclusion of the Great War in 1918. In 1920, the country's per capita income was 80 percent of that of Austria (the industrialized Czech lands were probably as wealthy as Austria, but the average was brought down by rural and poorer Slovakia) and kept up with Austria until the early 1950s. During the communist period, Czechoslovakia fell far behind Austria. When communism fell, income in the former amounted to a mere 54 percent of the latter.

Similar comparisons can be made between North and South Korea, East and West Germany, Argentina and Chile, or Zimbabwe and Botswana. The historical evidence in favor of "free minds and free markets," is there for everyone to see. Unfortunately, evidence does not appear to be sufficient to prevent socialism's continued appeal, as witnessed by the humanitarian catastrophe unfolding in Venezuela or periodic outbreaks of stupidity on American campuses.

This first appeared in Reason.
Marian L. Tupy is a senior policy analyst at the Cato Institute and editor of

          Video: Trevor Ncube – My Purpose, Your Purpose      Cache   Translate Page      

Trevor Ncube, Chairman of Alpha Media Holdings.Alpha Media Holdings Trevor Ncube speaks at the Baker Tilly College of Knowledge on the topic, "My Purpose, Your Purpose."

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          ED’s big paycheck revealed      Cache   Translate Page      

President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his two Vice-Presidents earn an average monthly salary of $17 500 each.

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          Sibanda retains EY HAC marathon title      Cache   Translate Page      

NKOSIYAZI Sibanda retained the Harare Athletic Club 20 Miler race with a polished performance at Old Georgians yesterday morning, while Olivia Chitate romped to victory in the women’s main race. BY SPORTS REPORTER At least 700 athletes took part in the EY sponsored annual marathon with the country’s top athletes and foreigners taking part in the race. Sibanda crossed the line in 1:49:41 seconds, a little over three minutes slower than the time he attained in winning this race last year. He beat strong competition from Bernard Dandazi who was a minute behind, for a second position while veteran long-distance runner Pardon Ndhlovu came third, just over two minutes behind the winner. Chitate finished in an impressive time of 2:15:21 seconds, beating last year’s winning time by 13 minutes, recorded by Tryfina Picard. Unlike in the men’s race where the competition was tight, Chitate was dominant in the women’s side where she was 23 minutes ahead of her closest challenger Emmilia Mikungau. The HAC 20 Miler has been run every year on the first Sunday of December since 1971, making yesterday’s event the 48th edition. Testament to the race’s prestige is found in its list of past winners who include Olympians Tendai Chimusasa, Abel Chimukoko and Samukeliso Moyo, among others. The men’s record at the event is held by Paul Moqhali of Swaziland, who won the race in 1991 in a time of 1:42;30 secs, while Zimbabwean Debbie Lambourn’s record of 2:07;19secs set in 1998 still stands. Results Open men 1. Nkosiyazi Sibanda 1.49.41sec 2. Bernard Dandazi 1.50.52sec 3. Pardon Ndhlovu 1.51.56sec Open women 1. Olivia Chitate 2.15. 51sec 2. Emmilia Mikungau 2.39.49sec 3. Sarah Wild 2.44.00sec Veterans men 1. Abel Chimukoko 2.02.52sec 2. Fridywell Chegura 2.05.27sec 3. Shame Jackson 2.07.59sec Vetetrans women 1. Trish Torr 2.48.03sec 2. Tansy Vaugham 2.54.58sec 3. Miriam Choga 2.56.48sec Masters Men 1. KingstoneMarange 2.04.10sec 2. Allen Magwere 2.04.34sec 3. Nicholas Nyengerayi.13.53sec Masters Women 1. Linda Rousseau 3.04.51 2. Anne Hulbert 3.05.32 3. Val Annandale 3.23.232

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          FC Platinum’s D-day      Cache   Translate Page      

FC Platinum will be looking to fire themselves into the next round of the Caf Champions League qualifiers when they host CNaPs of Madagascar in their second round preliminary tie at Mandava Stadium this afternoon.

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          More doctors join strike      Cache   Translate Page      

More doctors yesterday joined the on-going strike, defying a government message to call off the job action.

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          Baba Harare takes ‘Hat Dzemurara’ to UK      Cache   Translate Page      

Contemporary musician Baba Harare, whose hit- track The Reason Why — popularly known as Hat Dzemurara — is currently trending in showbiz circles, is set to stage his debut performance as a solo artiste in the United Kingdom at the Young Achievers Awards ceremony on December 22.

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          Civil service strike looms      Cache   Translate Page      

CIVIL servants yesterday threatened to down tools if government failed to reverse its austerity measures, including partial payment of bonus and payment of customs duty in foreign currency.

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          War vets plot to block Chamisa      Cache   Translate Page      

WAR veterans are plotting to force the ruling Zanu PF party to make a constitutional amendment that will raise the age limit of presidential aspirants from 40 to 52 years, which would effectively block opposition leader Nelson Chamisa (pictured) from contesting against President Emmerson Mnangagwa in the 2023 general elections.

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          Zim in diamond policy shift      Cache   Translate Page      

GOVERNMENT will consider allowing foreigners to control diamond mining operations as part of the new policy shift designed to increase investment in the sector, acting Information minister Mangaliso Ndlovu said yesterday.

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          National hero status requested for Makhurane      Cache   Translate Page      

ZANU PF Matabeleland South province has requested national hero status for the late distinguished educationist and former National University of Science and Technology (Nust) vice-chancellor Phineas Makhurane.

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          National Foods switches off wheat milling machines      Cache   Translate Page      

ONE of the biggest millers in the country, National Foods Limited (NFL) says it will today switch off its wheat milling machines, citing non-payment of its foreign suppliers, with the country facing possible flour and bread shortages as the foreign currency crunch continues to bite.

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          Young Warriors target quarter-finals      Cache   Translate Page      

THE Zimbabwe national Under-20 side will be looking to seal their place in the quarter-finals of the Cosafa Cup tournament that is taking place in Zambia when they take on Lesotho at the Shinde Stadium in Kitwe today.

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          Zanu PF Byo province endorses Mnangagwa for 2023 elections      Cache   Translate Page      

THE ruling Zanu PF Bulawayo provincial leadership has endorsed President Emmerson Mnangagwa as the party’s presidential candidate for 2023 and told off opposition leader Nelson Chamisa for demanding talks to help arrest the deteriorating socio-economic situation in the country.

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          Antipas pushes refresh button      Cache   Translate Page      

CHICKEN Inn coach Joey Antipas is concerned with the 21-point gap between his side and champions FC Platinum at the end of the just-ended Castle Lager Premier Soccer League season and wants to bring better quality in a bid to try and bridge the gap nest season.

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          ‘Economy should grow by 7% to meet SDGs’      Cache   Translate Page      

ZIMBABWE’s economy needs to grow by 7% in order to meet the sustainable development goals (SDGs), Ministry of Finance officials told Parliament yesterday.

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          Byo residents complain over mayoral perks      Cache   Translate Page      

BULAWAYO Progressive Residents Association (BPRA) has questioned the city council’s decision to award former mayor Martin Moyo a mayoral car as part of his exit package.

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          Outrage as school demands rentals from teachers      Cache   Translate Page      

A STORM is brewing at the Anglican Church-run St Anne’s Goto Mission in Wedza after schoool authorities demanded rentals from the teachers and threatened to evict them if they fail to pay.
It is reported that the school is demanding rentals backdated to January this year.

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          Chinese businessman acquitted of threatening to shoot employees      Cache   Translate Page      

A CHINESE businessman who was accused of pointing a firearm at his three ex-employees in a labour dispute has been acquitted by a Harare Magistrate for lack of evidence.

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          Gweru, Zesa ink power line deal      Cache   Translate Page      

GWERU City Council has struck a deal with Zesa Holdings to install a second power line to the city’s major water reservoir, Gwenoro Dam, to curb the power cuts affecting water supplies, mayor Josiah Makombe has said.

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          Residents cry foul over council tariff hikes      Cache   Translate Page      

HARARE residents have questioned the logic behind council’s rates and tariffs hike when most ratepayers are failing to settle current bills even after the 50% discount promotions that are currently on offer.

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          Zimbabwe: Zimbabweans Clash in Telkom Knockout Final      Cache   Translate Page      
[The Herald] There will be a Zimbabwean flavour in the big Telkom Knockout Cup final in South Africa on Saturday as Soweto giants Orlando Pirates face Baroka at the Nelson Mandela Bay in Port Elizabeth.
          Zimbabwe: Twilight Trip Wins Gold Cup      Cache   Translate Page      
[The Herald] Twilight trip was crowned the 2018 HRIB Gold Cup Sprint grade three race at Borrowdale Racecourse over the weekend.
          Zimbabwe: Wheat Shortage Fears Allayed      Cache   Translate Page      
[The Herald] Zimbabwe has enough stocks of wheat to cover the next four months, Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Acting Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu said yesterday. Responding to questions from journalists after yesterday's Cabinet meeting, Minister Ndlovu said Zimbabwe's wheat supply was stable.
          Zimbabwe: President Vows to Recover 'Looted' Roads Agency Funds      Cache   Translate Page      
[The Herald] Government will recover all the money looted at the Zimbabwe National Road Administration, President Mnangagwa has said.
          The changing world (266) Apr-Jun 2003      Cache   Translate Page      
Apr 5th To a cottage in Instow Devon with JMB.
6th         Parish church 1662 communion enjoyable despite having female celebrant. To the other side of the estuary on a toll road.
7th         Bideford, Clovelly, Atlantic Village, Appledore.
8th         Bideford and walk by Torridge.
9th         Morwenstow. hawker's hut, church, Duckpool, Bure. Bagdad has fallen and saddam's statue toppled.
10th       Ilfracombe. Hair raising drive round edge of cliffs to lee Abbey. Walked from Lynton to Lynmouth seeing the flood memorial exhibition. Exmoor.
11th       Torrington and 1646 exhibition walk about the fall of the town to Fairfax. South Moulton honey farm.
13th        Preached for Palm Sunday. D&E arrived and announced her pregnancy.
17th        Session discussed handover NP to PL. He should be a breath of fresh air.
19th        Paid £2600 for paving and front wall.
20th        Preached Easter day evening.
26th        With G&S to Bourton on the water, an expensive tourist trap.
27th         Evening preaching Jud 17-18.
May 1st   Fiddler on the Roof at Questors. Conservative gains in local elections.
3rd          To The Knave, Stone, Dorset. To village evacuated for the army in 1943.
4th           C of E common worship which s dumbed down 1662. Worth Maltravers. St Anselm's head. Wareham.
5th           Weymouth. Parkland. Home.
6th           Joint elders and deacons. Interviewed Larsons about Afghanistan. Budget.
7th           Not happy NP leaving sooner than expected so I will have extra work.
11th         St Mary's Bredin. Not my cup charismatic tea. Home.
15th         Katy told chronic arthritis in her neck is the cause of the headaches.
16th         Kabiru Mohammed from Nigeria came via HOST. Conversation hard.
18th         Preached last three chapters of Judges pm.
20th         Last session chaired by NP. Not organised as usual. PL present.
22nd        Police block off tally Ho due to bomb scare at Chief rabbi's office.
23rd         Huis from LA to dinner.
24th         To Lords with Kunars. Zimbabwe went form 41 for 1 to all out for 144. Follow on and all out giving England an innings and 100 run victory.
25th          To Wilmslow. Took Luck to see Joe in stoke unit Macclesfield Hospital. To Bowes Moor Hotel. Not impressed.
26th           Barnard Castle steam fair. Otter sanctuary. Tan Hill.
27th           Richmond. Dorothy's new flat. With G&S to Thwaite, Ambleside, Grasmere, Ullswater. Halletts are at our hotel now.
28th           Beamish open air museum. Crowded. Ride on Locomotion replica. Back via Weardale and Teesdale.
29th            Richmond. Took Dorothy Redcar, Brunswick bay,Whitby, Ravenscar Pickering.
30th            Teesdale, Cow Green reservoir, Caudron Spout,Alson, Hadrian's Wall.
31st             Middleton, High Force, Teesdale reservoirs, Balderhead, Brough.
Jun 1st        Home via a friend of Katy's Hustwaite. David will go for FIEC ministry as he fell out with the Anglican bishop who refused to sign the IVF basis of faith. So David did not allow him to speak at a CU.
2nd             IPC AGM. Farewell to emotional NP. I thanked him on behalf of the church but am not sorry he is going.
8th              Not encouraged by lack of response to first sermon on encouragement. After DB led evening prayer went home with him to pray for Lesley who is acutely depressed.
9th              Brown says no to the Euro at present.
12th            Katy to huge Jonny Walsh RC funeral. Where were they all when he was in prison?
14th            To Isle of Dogs for synod. Saddened by only two Koreans there. They have lost three congregations. Agenda BCO, seminary, City of Peace. Val Denham 40th at IPC.
15th            Response to second encouragement sermon more encouraging.
18th             Deb's college exhibition. She will get a distinction.
21st             To Hampton Court for Grand Turk river boat reception for helen Wells wedding. Good buffet. Free bar. Home to next door's SA brie.
22nd            Third encouragement sermon. PCA Chatanooga team there. To Liss AGM. Is the St Peter's scheme foolhardy?
28th             Sunburned at the Oval. Kallis century in SA 255 for 6. Then England record 200 opening partnership by Solanki and Trescothick. Kunars, Chris and Trevor there.
29th             Fourth sermon on encouragement. Troubled by LB's continued depression.

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