Pages tagged with Zimbabwe

A brief explanation of how the Zimbabwean economy fell.
More than 300 people have been arrested in South Africa in connection with a wave of violence against immigrants from other parts of Africa, the minister of home affairs says.
This is an original story about how the soul of a dead warrior pleaded to be with his ancestors.
This is a story that is typical of real life in Zimbabwe
History is full of stories of people who step outside the “comfort zone” of their ordinary lives and whose actions come to have consequences of huge importance. Leander Starr Jameson, a medical doctor from Suffolk, falls into this category, as the instigator of the infamous 1895 ...
This is the story of an evening trek in the Zimbabwe countryside to deliver books to a rural school.
This is a story that reflects the dangers that many people face in modern Ziombabwe.
The early nineteenth century in Southern Africa was a period when kings fought for supremacy to maintain their political, military and cultural values. One such king was Mzilikazi, whose struggles for power, and his military and political influence, are well chronicled. Mzilikazi was ...
The short-lived kingdom of Matabeleland had two monarchs, its founder Mzilikazi, and Lobengula, whose fight to prevent the British from occupying his lands would eventually end in defeat after his own death.
A lament for what has happened to my country, Zimbabwe, during my lifetime.
The economy was bad, prices drove up, money lost value by the second. This is a description of the experiences of people during the time of hyperinflation until it was over.
Doing business is hard and at the same time easy. The thin line that separates them lies in the decisions of the business owner much of the time and to make it or not also depends on external factors most of which can be controlled. This page analyses some of the factors affecting eve...
WikiLeaks revelations published last week states that Zimbabwean Prime Minister, Morgan Tsvangirai and the leaders of his party were scheming with U.S. diplomats for Washington to create change in the leadership of Zimbabwe’s government by buttering the hands of the leaders of Zimba...
With all the attention focused on the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Korea since the attack of September 11th, Americans and much of the world seem quite confident where the next terrorist threat lies. We’re carefully watching Iran’s Ahmadinejad, Pakistan’s Zardari, India’s...
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