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  • Future-ready youngsters: building critical thinking skills

    Youngsters are an integral part of our society today and into the future hence the 15th Century English proverb that says, ‘Children must be seen and not heard’ is hopelessly out of tune now if we are to secure the future of humanity. Children are the future, to secure the future, we must build future-ready […]

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  • Moral decadence and Zimbabwe’s political failings

    Greed, supremacism, arrogance, selfishness, and intolerance have destroyed Zimbabwe. But we can trace all that back to pre-independence; gigantic errors and misjudgements were committed when the liberation movement waged an armed struggle against colonial monsters, we did not invest in lessons on how not to be a monster. We were taught to fear the white […]

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  • Defeat ethnocentrism for a stronger Matabeleland

    Deepening insularity poses real and ongoing threat to growth and progress in the political space of a multicultural Matabeleland society; we are witnessing many walls being built and not enough bridges due to growing insularity overtures. Insularity is the foundation of ethnocentrism and intolerance. We define ethnocentrism as the belief that one’s own culture is […]

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  • Protecting citizens against state violence

    Extraordinary levels of state violence against certain population groups characterise the independent Zimbabwe state under ZANU PF rule. Citizens from minority population groups are quite deliberately exposed to disproportionately high levels of insecurity and violence at the hands of state and non-state actors. Matabeleland people’s first experience was in the early 1980s in the form […]

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