Zimbabwe Miners vs. Chinese Nationals

In a previous post, I advised that many on the African continent are saying, “enough is enough.” No more disrespect, no more talking. And additional news coming out of Zimbabwe further supports that sentiment. According to the Centre for Natural Resource Governance (CNRG), four Chinese nationals got into a physical altercation with artisanal miners over…

Zimbabwe Deports Chinese Miner

China’s disrespect of the African continent has been highlighted several times throughout this blog. Well, it looks like many are finally saying, “enough is enough.” According to Bulawayo 24 News, Chinese miner Zhang Zhongyi, who was recorded assaulting his employees in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, has been ordered to leave the country. Bulawayo magistrate Mr. Stephen Ndhlovu…

Chinese Mining Firms Threatens Zimbabwe Wildlife

China’s behavior and disrespect of the African continent is no secret. So it’s only right that I keep you updated with more foolishness. The following information comes from The Guardian. Zhongxin Coal Mining Group and Afrochine Smelting, two Chinese mining companies, have been permitted to start impact assessments for drilling, land clearance, road building, and…

White Farmers in Zimbabwe Will Receive $3.5bn in Land Compensation

More conflicting news coming out of the continent has left me scratching my head. The following information comes from Aljazeera. The Zimbabwean government has agreed to pay $3.5bn (billion) to white farmers whose land was taken away during Robert Mugabe’s presidency. Mugabe’s government evicted 4,500 white farmers and redistributed the land to 300,000 Black families…

Words From The Wise: Professor Arthur Mutambara

“Sovereignty is the big issue. People emphasize national sovereignty. ‘My country, my Nigeria, my Malawi, my little Zimbabwe.’ We must think about the continent.” – Professor Arthur Mutambara   Thanks to the 2nacheki YouTube channel, I was introduced to a scholar whose message I had to share with you all. Professor Arthur Mutambara. Professor Arthur Guseni…

Man-Made Starvation in Zimbabwe is a Global Crisis

My good mood could only last so long, I see. The following information comes out of Africa News. Zimbabwe is on the brink of man-made starvation. Hilal Elver, a United Nations special expert, advised that she found stunted, underweight children, mothers too hungry to breastfeed their babies, and medicine shortages in hospitals during a 10-day…