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Imagine a Zimbabwe without Robert Mugabe

GO on, try it. Who’s in charge? How did they get there? Is it different? Is it better? John Lennon was wrong: it’s not easy, even if you try. NO one knows what a Zimbabwe without Robert Mugabe looks like, because there has never been a Zimbabwe without him. The …

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Libya President Muamar Gaddafi’s Prophecies

Muamar Gaddafi’s Prophecies: “I will not go into exile to any foreign country. I was born here in Libya, and I will die here. This country was a dessert, and I turned it into a forest, where everything can grow. No one Love this land more more than its citizens. …

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Is Julias Malema the South Africa version of Donald Trump?

So, recently the US presidential elections for 2016 came to a close. I hoped this Trump-induced hysteria could come to a close, but it doesn’t seem as if that will be the case. Yet South Africans should once again focus their attention on the local budding populist leader, Mister Comrade …

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Mugabe’s bond notes law: A legal analysis

President Robert Mugabe gazetted Statutory Instrument 133 of 2016, which provides a legal framework for the introduction of bond notes as acceptable legal tender in Zimbabwe. SI 133 of 2016, Presidential Powers (Temporary Measures) Amendment of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe empowers the central bank to issue out bond notes …

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Explained: How Zimbabwe Government Raided Citizen Bank Accounts and Stole US Dollar Balances and Now Wants to Replace with Worthless #BondNotes

Zimbabwe Government Raided Citizen Bank Accounts and Stole US Dollar Balances and Now Wants to Replace with Worthless #BondNotes How the Zimbabwe government stole the depositors US dollars in banks It is heartbreaking that the Zimbabwe government has, once again, pounced on property rights, this time, by seizing bank deposits …

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The Role of White Africans in Africa

Shortly after the first Dutch settlers made their home in the Western Cape some 550 years ago, they were visited by a senior member of the Dutch East India Company who used the Cape (and the services of local farmers) as a staging post and resupply depot. He argued that …

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