Sanctions are real but… (Part 2)

By Prosper Chitambara Development economics is filled with case studies of countries that have successfully busted economic sanctions and trade embargoes. For instances, following the Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI) by Ian Smith on 11 November 1965 Great Britain immediately announced the imposition of sanctions, including the freezing of Rhodesian assets. Shortly thereafter, the UN …

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Show us the money, then we licence you says BAZ

By Joel Mandaza The Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) says it will only issue community radio licenses to those who show the financial capacity to run the stations. This comes on the back of increased calls for the government to license community-based radio stations since the appointment of the new BAZ board this year. Speaking …

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A leadership premised on envy

By Anonymous By now it must be clear that conversations around the new dispensation were just tooth fairy tales. True only to those whose minds are yet to develop. Even those behind the idea laugh at those who genuinely believe in it. A case of a poisonous concoction getting willing swallowers. The man who became …

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We don’t care about criticism; we have done the most for Zimbabwe says China

By Staff Reporter Chinese Deputy Ambassador Zhao Baogang says he doesn’t care about criticism levelled against his country both in and outside Zimbabwe adding that China is the only country that has done the most for Zimbabwe. Speaking during the 11th NGO Directors Summers School in Kadoma, Baogang said China is different from other countries …

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