Climate Change in Africa
This year, we are on our own, aid agencies do not have the budget to help, our government does not have the capacity to step into the breach and the private sector is as broke as everyone else.
It is a sad fact indeed that Africa is practically in the technological and industrial stone age of the twentieth century. Our political architecture has failed to create developmental states that deliver the best socio-economic experience on the African soil. That has to change
A warm welcome to the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (English: Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation) in Zimbabwe. From its Harare office the Foundation coordinates a wide range of activities that aim to assist Zimbabwe in its process of democratic consolidation.
|Oct. 6 - 7
Fully bookedStudy and Information Program
By E.G. Cross
Every decade or so we have a regional drought – the last really serious one was in 1992 when I can remember temperatures in the mid 40’s and virtually no rain over vast swathes of the country. Rivers dried up, the sugar cane in [...]
By Vince Musewe
“Africa hasn't taken advantage of the social, human, technological and industrial changes that have taken place over the past 57 years. We are the only continent except South Africa which does not have major industries as those [...]
© Zimbabwe Democracy Institute & Nehanda Radio
The orderly transfer of power from one political leader to another is a litmus test for the stability and legitimacy of a political system and the success to which the transfer is orderly conducted posits the maturity of the [...]