Tag Archives: Zimbabwe

LAND REFORM AT THE CROSSROADS

Land Reform Land Reform Zimbabwe is definitely not an example of where everything is going perfectly well, but they are getting very good mileage out of their national consensus on land reform and rural development. As things stands,

THE MEDIA MUST STOP SOWING SEEDS OF AFROPHOBIA AND AFRICAN DISINTEGRATION

There is this malicious journalistic practice perpetuated in Ghana and many parts of Africa which is essentially working for African disintegration rather than unity and integration. How many times have you read and heard about captions in Ghanaian media and other

BOTSWANA, LESOTHO AND SWAZILAND UNDERMINES AFRICAN SOLIDARITY IN FAVOUR OF EUROPE

Three land-locked countries, Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland who are members of the South African Customs Union (SACU) recently signed an economic partnership agreement with the European Union (EU) without taking into their confidence fellow members of SACU, Southern African Development

ADDRESS OF THE PAN AFRICANIST YOUTH CONGRESS (PAYCO) ON THE OCCASION OF JUNE 16 1976 SOWETO UPRISING COMMEMORATION RALLY HELD ON TUESDAY 16 JUNE 2009 AT OURAAD SAAL IN THE CITY OF TSHWANE

It is exactly 33 years today since the heroic events of June 16 1976 Soweto Uprising unfolded. These events which spread throughout the whole country revived the militancy and vibrancy of the revolutionary struggle against minority white settler colonial