This CNN interview with the Zimbabwean president Emerson Mnangagwa Is right up there with Cathy Newman V Jordan Peterson Interview. The conversation was done during the recent economic forum in Davos Switzerland. The worldview difference is glaringly apparent in the interview, putting aside your views on the content of the video. This interview was supposed to… Continue reading CNN’ s Interview with Zimbabwean president Highlights the worldview differences between Africa and Western countries
Brief History Robert Mugabe came to power when Zimbabwe gained official independence as Zimbabwe in 1980. He was one of the long-serving leaders until last year when he was ousted by his party. Robert Mugabe was a teacher and political prisoner; he spent 11 years in prison under Ian Smith Rhodesian government. Robert Mugabe graduated from… Continue reading Will Robert Mugabe be remembered as a Hero Or Villain?
It has been over a month since Mugabe was removed from power, in a coup ended almost 40 years of Mugabe's rule. Mugabe had managed to turn an economy that was doing well economically, to one of the poorest countries in the world. Mugabe shut down dissenting voices and destroyed the three pillars of a… Continue reading Opinion |Analysis of Zimbabwe after Mugabe
According to Africa News, 45 people have died as a result of ethnic fighting, the attack against the Ruop was carried out by the Pakem fighters in retaliation for the attacks that were carried out by a group of Ruop youths. The fighting was very heavy, it left more than 45 people dead and much more… Continue reading Opinion|Tribalism remains the biggest threat to peace in Africa
Robert Mugabe will not be in power anymore and I am sure most Zimbabweans will not miss him judging by the dancing in the streets of Harare. Mugabe came to power in 1980 after Zimbabwe got its independence from Britain, Zimbabwe for such a long time was known as the food basket of southern Africa.… Continue reading Looks like Mugabe is on his way out, WHAT NOW FOR ZIMBABWE?
Reports coming out of Zimbabwe are that Mugabe is about to step down as president and that he is negotiating grace to leave the country. Two journalists have reportedly been assaulted as they tried to cover the events as they unfolded. Some sources say that violence is highly unlikely as only the army and the police… Continue reading Tense times right now in Zimbabwe – Mugabe Reportedly under heavy guard