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BOAF – Commemorating Human Rights Day

The 21st of March is Human rights day in South Africa. A day for individuals to reflect upon the role that they play in society towards building just and equitable communities that work for all. All men are by nature equally free and independent, and have certain inherent rights of which they cannot deprive or divest their posterity; namely, the enjoyment of life and liberty, with the means of acquiring and possessing property, and pursuing and obtaining happiness and safety. “The right to private property (is) a logical extension of…

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Connecting Africa – Active Citizenship interrogated with Hon SV kalyan

NOW LIVE on The 1873 FM – Connecting Africa – Active Citizenship interrogated with Hon SV kalyan and Miriam Mutizwa, MC Wildfire and Nattaley Otto.  Connecting Africa – Active Citizenship interrogated with Hon SV kalyan and Daniel Kuzozvirava Shumba MC Wildfire Nattaley Otto Mutumwa D Mawere Koenaldinho Makgato Posted by The 1873 FM on Tuesday, 26 February 2019

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Banking on Africa’s Future – Towards the 10000 target

What is a bank other than a store of value? Would anyone store anything that has no intrinsic value? When it comes to the power of connections and networks, it is often the case that human beings are not alive to the importance of building networks of value from which opportunities that life offers can best be unlocked. It is the case that connected people have a better claim to opportunities yet most of our links are not aggregated, optimized and provide no bridges to acceleration, a critical variable in…

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Agricultural innovation providing individuals in Africa opportunities to grow

In South Africa, the government listed 20 occupations in the agricultural sector as critical skills. Each occupation is linked to several areas of specialisation, resulting in hundreds of related job opportunities. Amongst these scarce skills are soil and pasture scientists, seed research technicians, irrigation engineers, agrochemical spraying operators and abattoir veterinarians. While the spectrum of opportunity is vast, the role of soil scientists, particularly in Africa where farmers are faced with serious health issues, remains critical. The United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) estimates that more than 50% of…

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Democratic Alliance: On The Rule of Law in Africa

When it come to opposition parties in the country a lot is expected from the parties in terms of them showing that they will be a breath of fresh air when they get into power. On the 1873 Drive Wildfire Deejay had a conversation with Stevens Mokgalapa who is a South African politician and member of the Democratic Alliance. He is currently serving as a Member of the National Assembly and Shadow Minister of International Relations and Cooperation. ” Democracy on the books seems like a reality but when we get on…

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Ms. Miriam Mutizwa on Strive Masiyiwa myth and reality

On 2 January 2019, Mr. Tichatonga Mutyambizi aka Mwanawevhu posted his facebook wall a conversation between him and Mr. Tawanda Nyambirai, a prominent Zimbabwean lawyer and businessman who is closely linked to the Econet story, titled STRIVE MASIYIWA MYTH AND REALITY!, to try to clear the air on what Mr. Nyambirai regards as: “All the noise being generated around Econet shares is mere froth and fume. There is no substance to it.” I have followed from the terrace as allegations and counter allegations have been made regarding the facts surrounding…

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Ms. Miriam Mutizwa on her take on the Great Sanctions Conversation

Ms. Miriam Mutizwa, a human rights activist, called yesterday to give her deposit on whether sanctions imposed primarily by the US government since 2001 should be removed or should remain as leverage to lift Zimbabwe out of its current political and economic mess. A dispute seems to be in existence between the US administration and the Zimbabwean government as to whether the conditions set out in the ZIDERA Act and its subsequent 2018 amendment have been met. President Mnangagwa has made a number of positive and encouraging pronouncements since assuming…

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Putting the interests of Zimbabwe first by Miriam Mutizwa

Reflections of Ms. Miriam Mutizwa, an activist based in the UK on whether the interests of Zimbabwe are sufficiently shared to provide a glue that should unite this divided and polarized nation: “Today is the last day of the year of the Lord, 2018. As I look back at the events of the year, I saddened that Zimbabwe remains a divided and polarized nation. The elections have come and gone yet the contestation for public office positions remains alive as if no elections have taken place. I like many of…

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