• Pandemic Leaves Schoolchildren Vulnerable

    Pandemic Leaves Schoolchildren Vulnerable

    We are doing what we have to do to survive the Covid-19 pandemic, however, we will be self-sabotaging if we didn’t recognise the fruit of our self-preservation may as well cause further disaster. Lockdown restrictions disrupted several things, the economy, and work and life routines among others. However, the most disrupted group in our society

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  • Prof. Mutambara: Why Do We Need A Booster Shot?

    Prof. Mutambara: Why Do We Need A Booster Shot?

    By Professor Arthur G.O. Mutambara There are current discussions in the United States and Europe about the need for a Covid-19 booster shot after one is fully vaccinated. There has not been enough interrogation of the meaning of this new development. 1) When the position that after two vaccine jabs (one jab for Johnson &

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  • Phoenix Murders: Prince Says ‘My God Is Great’

    Phoenix Murders: Prince Says ‘My God Is Great’

    Over the past few days, the IFP’s leadership has been working day and night in the community of Phoenix to stop the despicable vigilante violence that is targeting black people.  We are devastated by the murders and vicious attacks, and condemn what is happening in the strongest possible terms. With the situation still highly volatile

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  • Big Data And Hyper-Automation: New Business As Usual

    Big Data And Hyper-Automation: New Business As Usual

    The Internet revolutionised the world and has infiltrated nearly every aspect of our daily lives.  More applications – e-commerce, social networks, communication platforms, banking, etc – motivated more people to get “connected”.  Smartphones brought with them another giant leap forward, making the web accessible on devices that could be kept in our pocket, and with

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  • Democracy and Constitutionalism Implications

    On 20 April 2021, Zimbabwe’s House of Assembly (the Lower Chamber) passed the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 2) Bill by a two-thirds majority vote of 191 to 22 Members of Parliament. On 4 May 2021, this legislation went through its third and final reading in the Senate (the Upper Chamber) where it was passed

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  • How Zimbabwe Ruined Whatever Was Left Of Rhodesia

    How Zimbabwe Ruined Whatever Was Left Of Rhodesia

    Ever since Ian Douglas Smith capitulated and handed over power to the natives in Rhodesia, later to be renamed Zimbabwe “the house of stones” things have been going backward towards ruin. In just four decades Zimbabwe has reduced Rhodesia to a heap of stones – hungry and angry people are fed up. The government led

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