Archive | November, 2004

Agrarian reform has disempowered today’s farmer

By John Robertson AS Zimbabwe’s remarkably good 2005/6 rainy season moves into its final phases, evidence is growing that food production will yet again fall well below the volumes needed.  Bruce […]

It’s a huge leap of faith

Candid Comment with Joram Nyathi LAST week I wrote about Zimbabwe’s dubious distinction in winning an award for agricultural production. There has since been a consolidation of that record with […]

Lepers struggle to cope in worsening economic crisis

HARARE – Life is never easy for people afflicted by leprosy, but Zimbabwe’s fast deteriorating socioeconomic conditions have made it even more challenging. At the Mutemwa Leprosy Settlement in Zimbabwe’s […]

Dubious distinction

Joram Nyathi ZIMBABWE has gained another dubious distinction. Four times it has been awarded a prize for outstanding performance in agriculture in recent years. The latest is a gold award […]


Let Mugabe name witches haunting State House DESPITE spirited denials by government apologists, there is more than just smoke about the state of corruption in the country. This week it […]

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