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Zim on the path to recovery
By Patience Rusare

“RATE rakamira sei? (What is today’s exchange rate?”) had become a common enquiry on social media platforms.
Exchange rates would leap twice or thrice a day.
Prices were increasing almost on a daily basis.
Salaries had lost their buying power.
The Zimbabwe dollar often referred to as the Bond note was shunned as retailers would not want anything to do with it.
But since the introduction of the foreign exchange auctions three months ago, the exchange rate on the black market has remained unchanged and in some instances declining significantly.
Though it is too early to celebrate, it seems Zimbabwe is moving towards economic transformations after several interventions were put in place to w**d out speculative economic activities as well as restore the confidence needed to grow the economy.
A raft of measures introduced by Government have managed to stabilise the exchange rate after introducing the auction system, which replaced the interbank and the temporary fixed rate regime adopted in March, and this has had a positive impact with the prices of goods and services now largely stabilised.
On June 23 the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe replaced the interbank market with weekly foreign exchange auctions to determine the Zim dollar exchange rate together with industry and commerce, and also to improve transparency and efficiency in trading of forex in the country.
Again in the same month, RBZ introduced other support measures such as tight control of money supply growth, caps on mobile money transfers, suspending or abolishing bulk payment mobile facilities and integration of all national payment systems with ZimSwitch.
The move was also meant to discourage the parallel market.
Choose day’s Auctions
The introduction of a Dutch foreign exchange auction trading system on June 23 2020, was met with mixed views from all economic agents.
Reservations were a result of past experiences stretching back to the early 2000s when the local currency was eventually demonetised due to some policies.
However the performance of the new system has already, in 15 auctions, demonstrated its sustainability going forward.
On Tuesday, the Zimb dollar marginally gained and closed the official forex auction stronger as it traded a few cents lower than last week’s official rate of ZWL$81,49 per US$1.
According to this week’s auction, the Zim dollar will trade at ZWL$81,4439 per US$1.

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Chamisa and Trump cartoon characters
By Eunice Masunungure

THE splits in the opposition MDC family, which started during the times of MDC- Tsvangirai, prompt one to see that besides reproducing itself into useless numerous cells, the opposition party is not making headway on anything except strengthening false belief in itself like the US President Donald Trump.
The fact that from the same family tree emerge applicants MDC-T and Morgen Komichi, seeking an order to evict the respondents- MDC Alliance secretary Chalton Hwede and MDC Alliance led by Nelson Chamisa from Harvest House, which they now call Morgan Richard Tsvangirai House, shows how broken this MDC family is.
Desperation seems to characterise both US President Donald Trump and Chamisa. Both Chamisa and Trump seem uncommitted to the basic tenet of democratic rule, that is the acceptance of the fact that power belongs to the winner of the day.
The winner in Zimbabwe is ZANU PF.
In the US, Trump is not confident he will win the next election.
This failure to accept defeat is a problem for both Trump and Chamisa.
The interesting analogy is as follows:
The US President Donald Trump’s refusal to guarantee that he will transfer power if he loses the November election, when he was asked about his commitment to the handover of power upon a change of president, during a White House press conference mid-September is telling.
“Well, we’re going to have to see what happens,” said Trump.
Trump refused to guarantee that he will transfer power if he loses the November election earning him a scorn from his Democratic challenger Joe Biden and even from within his own party.
Besides, Trump also has been uttering, daily, complaints about the fairness of the election.
He regards use of mail-in ballots due to the COVID-19 pandemic as vulnerable to fraud and rigging because he is desperate to win in unusual circumstances.
Said Trump:
“You know that I’ve been complaining very strongly about the ballots and the ballots are a disaster.”
Trump has no evidence and proof for this rigging and fraud but is desperate to trash in advance elections he knows a win cannot be guaranteed. Thus at the press conference, Trump seemed to suggest annulling what are expected to be the huge numbers of mailed-in ballots, noting that in such a scenario, he would remain in power.

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Over mediation
...the growing gap between messaging and engagement
By Dr Tafataona Mahoso

IN the last instalment I referred to Martin Kimani’s article in the Africa Report titled ‘The Revolution Will Not Come by Power Point,’ in which the author tried to get his readers to ask whose power actually occupies the tip of Power Point.
Recently there were three more articles which appear to underline and to widen the same issue raised by Kimani: That if we were to accept feminist philosopher Mary Daly’s cry that “… our struggle and quest concern Elemental participation in Be-ing,” then most mediation sponsored or owned by neoliberal capitalism should be seen at nest as a diversion/distraction and at worst as a deadly trap for would-be revolutionaries.
The three recent articles include:
l Russell Rickford’s ‘The pitfalls of African consciousness,’ being a critique of Beyonce’s Disney-funded combination of music video and movie called Black is King. The article was published by Black Perspectives.
l The Times Live story of Bokang Montjane-Thsabalala’s criticism of TV shows created for Africans which was titled ‘Shows created for black people stupid, pathetic,’ and republished in Zimbabwe in The Daily News on September 26 2020.
l The Times Live story of Mbuyiseni Ndlozi’s criticism of South Africa’s celebration of Heritage Day which was titled ‘South Africa’s Cultural Day was a ‘game’: EFF.’
Let me begin with the last story, Mbuyiseni’s Ndlozi’s criticism of South African’s celebrations of Heritage Day from the point of view of the African majority.
These celebrations or commemorations are paradoxical in that they show the white-dominated South African media’s happy commodification of stereotypes of the cultures of African nationalities as moulded and defined by apartheid; and they all miss the one fundamental truth that land was and is the elemental foundation for freedom of expression and heritage.
That land was stolen and lost to most Africans by 1913 and most of it has not been redeemed. So, Heritage Day becomes a commemoration of the African majority’s marginality inside an essentially white minority economy.
In that capitalist economy, racist domination has morphed into class domination founded on race and the racial distribution of land. The emergence of a small African middle class in that economy has not changed the foundations and the basic law of ownership.
The myriad of nationalities, African and other, celebrate their marginal existence as enclaves of the white minority economy in South Africa reinforced by Europe and North America.

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Lessons from Africa
...as COVID-19 outcome in Africa baffles science
By Catherine Murombedzi

SCIENCE had predicted dead bodies to litter the African streets, overwhelming the health delivery systems and leaving the Cradle of Mankind weeping.
The prediction had been based on ‘evidence’.
Africa has ‘second-class’ health delivery systems, has experienced massive brain drain and poor medication stocks, poorly equipped hospitals and a myriad of other challenges.
African trained health personnel are world class pundits, that’s not queried, the first world pitted the above challenges to be the precursor to COVID-19 wreaking havoc on the continent.
However, this did not come to pass, with the global infections at 33,4 million, recoveries at 23,2 million with a million deceased.
The World Health Organisation (WHO), keeps track of the global pandemic, giving apt advice.
It has been baffled by the outcomes of COVID-19 in Africa.
Studies are underway to have evidence based understanding.
With Zimbabwe having been spared the worst, WHO country representative, Dr Alex Gasasira said it is too early to celebrate.
“Many factors have been identified that maybe contributing to this situation in Africa, but it is too early to celebrate,” said Dr Alex Gasasira.
In a media briefing from Geneva on Thursday, last week, WHO had experts in the house.
“Africans may be twice as likely to experience COVID-19 without any illness, compared with people in the rest of the world, according to preliminary analysis by the African branch of the World Health Organisation.
“The results from several blood-sample studies in Africa could help to explain the low death rate that has confounded the early predictions of devastation on the continent.”
Asymptomatic
The preliminary analysis found more than 80 percent of Africans, who were infected with the virus were asymptomatic, based on testing in several African countries. This compares with an estimated 40 to 50 percent, who were asymptomatic in the rest of the world.
“This is reinforced by the fact that we have not seen health systems overwhelmed by very large numbers of cases, and we’re also not seeing evidence of excess mortality due to COVID-19,” said Matshidiso Moeti, the WHO regional director for Africa.
Africa, US, Europe comparison
Africa, with a population of 1,2 billion, has recorded about 1,4 million cases and fewer than 35 000 deaths from the virus far lower, than other regions of the globe. The US, with slightly more than a quarter of Africa’s population, has recorded 7,1 million cases and more than 207 000 deaths.
This shows Africa doing better in recording new infections.
Lower testing rates
The difference could be argued Africa’s testing rate is much lower.
Only one percent of the population has been tested for the virus. However, this fails to explain all of the variations.
“The missed COVID-19 cases are largely because they are asymptomatic,” the WHO Africa branch said.
“In addition, there is no evidence of miscalculation of death figures, which are more difficult to miss statistically.”
The fatality rate in Africa is 2,4 percent so far, significantly lower than the rate in most European and North American countries.

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Celebrating Being Zimbabwean

Operating as usual

[11/13/21]   Consolidate agric success

Editor's Note - with Professor Pfukwa

THE story in the agricultural sector is heartwarming and encouraging, it is one worth celebrating.
The agricultural sector has surpassed the initial 2025 target of US$8,2 billion per year as it hits US$8,19 billion in 2021.
It is reported that our agricultural industry grew by 36,2 percent in 2021 and plans are afoot to grow it by further 10 percent in 2022.
And this record growth is said to be one of the drivers of the country’s record-breaking annual growth of 7,8 percent predicted for this year.
As we celebrate this milestone, we call on all the stakeholders in the sector not to slacken but consolidate the gains we have achieved.
We call on the private sector to increase its footprint in the agriculture sector.
The private sector can help by investing funds and knowhow, taking into consideration the fact that the country’s potential for growth and its untapped arable land offer huge opportunities in spite of the so-called ‘risks’.
Public-private partnerships can unlock value and further accelerate growth of...
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[11/13/21]   Election field must be evened up

Editorial comment

MOST non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in Zimbabwe that masquerade as champions of ‘human rights and democracy’ have turned out to be fronts for Western donors determined to effect regime change in this country by hook or by crook
Over the years, so-called Private Voluntary Organisations (PVOs) have been working in cahoots with like-minded local political parties to achieve their aim.
The Western-created MDC, in particular, has become their bosom friend.
This is in direct contrast to their assumed mission of advancing democracy, good governance and social well-being of societies in which they operate.
Instead, it looks like funds earmarked for that purpose are being diverted to further the interests of a nominated political party.
This is unacceptable.
That is why we fully support the Government’s proposed amended law to ban funding of and lobbying for political parties or candidates by NGOs.
The PVOs Amendment Bill gazetted last week will be able to do just that when passed into law.
The new amended law will comply with the Financial Action Taskforce (FATF) recommendations which seek to stop non-profit entities from being infiltrated by terrorist organisations.
Such organisations may use NGOs as conduits for clandestine terrorist financing or money laundering. This should not be surprising as some PVOs are abandoning their mandates and have taken leading roles in destructive political activities using money dispensed by Western donors.
And all this on behalf of the MDC.
When the Bill becomes law, financing political parties will be in breach of the Political Parties Financing Act.
And Zimbabwe is not alone in controlling funding of political parties during elections.
In Britain, the Political Parties, Elections and Referendum Act (2000) prohibits foreign funding of British political parties.
Meddling in Zimbabwean politics by NGOs has been a common feature for...
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When Jongwe killed Rutendo

By Special Matarirano

LIKE the biblical Judas, the incarnation that has come to be associated with the name Learnmore Judah Jongwe has gained ‘a two dimensional’ symbolism. Just like Judas, Jongwe was an early propagator of a false, foreign-sponsored opposition political allegory which was, and still is, geared at selling a revolution for ‘30 pieces of silver’.
There have been commemorative functions organised by the MDC to glorify and remember Jongwe for his contribution to the party’s formation.
In doing so, the MDC Alliance and its bunch of power-hungry leaders have continued to vilify and deny Rutendo Muusha, the late Jongwe’s wife, a ‘back-to-humanity’ narrative of the events that took place in July 2002.
Within this token, Jongwe remains a pacesetter for having ‘two-sides-of-the-same-coin’ character that graced this plateau.
On one side, his colleagues in the MDC saw and viewed him as a vibrant asset while on the other, his wife and family viewed and saw him as representing a ‘social rights suppressor’, an oppressor of human and women rights, a beast who found bullying his wife as a suitable and personal enjoyment isometric.
The competing narratives of Jongwe’s murder of his wife and his subsequent death in prison remain shrouded in political connotations and contestations. The MDC today still chooses to ignore why Jongwe was put in remand prison and concentrate more on the conspiracies around his death in custody therein lies the dualism.
How absurd!
It’s both politically amusing and socially inexplicable while it remains morally indigestible.
The writer noted that the commemorative messages, from time immemorial, in solidarity with Jongwe’s life and death by most members of the opposition, ZINASU and other political sympathisers, suffer and cannot pass on a human and...
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Ban on NGOs welcome

By Golden Guvamatanga

THE gazetting of the Private Voluntary Organisations Amendment Bill last week is a stern statement of intent by Government that it will no longer tolerate the activities of NGOs that have been behaving like vigilante groups through their brazen endorsement of the opposition MDC and Western countries’ illegal regime change agenda in the country.
Since the ill-fated formation of the MDC on September 11 1999, Western countries have been stampeding to fund the opposition party anarchy using NGOs as conduits, in the process creating a wedge between the people and Government.
Since then, Harare has been under the cosh, reeling from open interference by Westerners who are fronted by NGOs acting as political commissars and spokespersons of the MDC.
Some of these NGOs have either openly endorsed the MDC or have seconded dubious characters for parliamentary and council elections in exchange for funding mainly drawn from countries like the US, Britain and the Netherlands.
That is set to come to an end as Government seeks to play its part in combating terrorism through passing the Bill into law in the next coming few weeks.
The Bill seeks to, among other things, comply with the Financial Action Taskforce (FATF) recommendations to Zimbabwe to curb money laundering and to ensure that PVOs do not involve themselves in political lobbying.
NGOs that fund or support certain political parties will face jail for violating...
Read more:https://www.thepatriot.co.zw/feature/ban-on-ngos-welcome/

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MDC Alliance at it again

By Eunice Masunungure

THE MDC Alliance, which is currently rejoicing that Zimbabwe will not feature at the Democracy Summit in the US next month, has once again penned another lie.
The opposition allegedly claimed their vice-president Tendai Biti had been abducted on November 8 2021.
The US will host the first two summits for Democracy from December 9 to 10 2021 and it is not surprising the MDC Alliance wants to create a background to democracy issues in Zimbabwe since they have neither been succeeding in stage-managing nor creating an updated document about democracy.
In fact, ‘democracy’ has proven to be a problem word for the opposition because they equate the word with their power ambitions.
The media was awash with fake abduction news and facebook flew a post on MDCA Western Cape Chamisa on November 9 2021 reading in part:
“Zimbabwe’s leading opposition party MDC Alliance says the whereabouts of its deputy party leader Tendai Biti are unknown after he was attacked and kidnapped at his Borrowdale home in Harare last night.”
After realising that their lie is too redundant since Biti was supposed to represent a client in court on the same day, the MDC Alliance changed their statement, with their spokesperson Fadzayi Mahere calling it ‘fake’ news and instead choosing to sanitise the lie by implying that 'Biti was being followed'.
This is the extent the opposition has gone in their failure to stomach the progress of the nation under the new dispensation.
There have been previous claims of abduction of MDC members meant to derail Zimbabwe's engagement and re-engagement efforts.
Zimbabwe has gone all out to ensure the success of engagement and re-engagement; an example being, meeting the Archbishop of Canterbury and...
Read more:https://www.thepatriot.co.zw/feature/mdc-alliance-at-it-again/

[11/12/21]   Black US Ambassadors accredited to Zim: Part Four...Lanpher represented white interests

By Mashingaidze Gomo

IT is David Coltart who brought the International Republican Institute evil into Zimbabwe.
And he did so under black US Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Edward G. Lanpher’s watch.
It has already been established that black US Ambassador to Zimbabwe in 1992, Lanpher, who was born on December 8 1942 was the same age mates with President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Both were born during the Second World War which became the Shakespearean ‘mirror up to nature’ regarding Anglo-American acceptance of the idea of the equality of men as self-evident.
It is the generation of their parents that fought in the Second World War in which both black-Americans and black ‘Rhodesians’ enlisted to fight N**I Germans in defence of universal human rights and democracy.
Both believed their supreme contribution and the inevitable triumph of ‘universal human rights and democracy’ would make those values inalienable to black people too.
But they were wrong.
The treatment black fighters received even during the fighting showed that the human rights and democracy they were championing for everyone would exclude them on the basis of skin colour.
The Jim Crow discrimination characterising black American civilian lives turned out to be more emphatic in the military.
Every aspect of their military lives emphasised racial segregation.
Both black-Americans and black ‘Rhodesians’ were subjected to continuous harassment by their white ‘comrades-in-arms’.
They trained in different bases with inferior facilities.
They wore different uniform, they had lower wages, they ate different food and they were treated in different hospitals with separate blood banks, wards and medical staff.
They were mostly deployed as labourers, loading and unloading supplies, digging trenches, clearing roads and more critically, as cannon fodder shielding white units from the worst of enemy fire power.
Black-American women who joined the services were equally abused and the care of wounded enemy prisoners of war was made their responsibility.
At the end of the war, black-Americans returned not to a hero’s welcome, but worse segregation translating to unemployment and lynchings.
The black Rhodesian war veteran returned to more confiscation of land and livestock that was then used to pension-off white Rhodesian soldiers as well as British soldiers who wanted...
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12/11/2021

No to drug abuse

Letter of the week - published by admin

EDITOR – DRUG and substance abuse continues to rise in Zimbabwe.
Each day we come across sad tales of youths who have lost their lives due to drug abuse.
Others have had to be committed to psychiatric care as a result of the cruel side effects of drug abuse.
Drugs are altering our children’s behaviour and they have become strangers before our eyes.
We see some becoming a menace to society, stealing and even committing murder while under the influence.
Children as young as 14 years are taking drugs.
The prevalence of drug abuse is said to be at 57 percent among young people.
Crystal m**h, co***ne, broncleer, ma*****na and alcohol are among the most commonly abused drugs and substances. Apparently 65 percent of mental health cases in the country are related to drug abuse, according to research by medical experts.
Drugs have become an evil that requires collective efforts to rid society of it.
This starts with ensuring that those supplying the drugs are tracked down and arrested.
Their businesses are booming at the expense of young bright lives.
We cannot continue to take the backseat as we watch generations getting destroyed by drugs.
We must put an end to this rot and say no to drugs.

Shepherd Mushove,
Harare.

No to drug abuse

Letter of the week - published by admin

EDITOR – DRUG and substance abuse continues to rise in Zimbabwe.
Each day we come across sad tales of youths who have lost their lives due to drug abuse.
Others have had to be committed to psychiatric care as a result of the cruel side effects of drug abuse.
Drugs are altering our children’s behaviour and they have become strangers before our eyes.
We see some becoming a menace to society, stealing and even committing murder while under the influence.
Children as young as 14 years are taking drugs.
The prevalence of drug abuse is said to be at 57 percent among young people.
Crystal m**h, co***ne, broncleer, ma*****na and alcohol are among the most commonly abused drugs and substances. Apparently 65 percent of mental health cases in the country are related to drug abuse, according to research by medical experts.
Drugs have become an evil that requires collective efforts to rid society of it.
This starts with ensuring that those supplying the drugs are tracked down and arrested.
Their businesses are booming at the expense of young bright lives.
We cannot continue to take the backseat as we watch generations getting destroyed by drugs.
We must put an end to this rot and say no to drugs.

Shepherd Mushove,
Harare.

12/11/2021

COP26: What the media will not tell us

By Golden Guvamatanga

THE attempt by social media trolls, opposition activists and their handlers, like the former British MP for Vauxhall, Kate Hoey, to dilute the impact of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s recent visit to Glasgow for the Conference of the Parties (COP26) Summit is a manifestation of the divisions that have been sown by the West’s brutal attempts to paralyse Zimbabwe.
President Mnangagwa went there with two specific objectives.
First, to present Zimbabwe and Africa’s position on the measures that his country has taken to curb the vagaries of climate change which have been brought about by the excesses of highly industrialised Western nations in polluting the earth.
The world is seeking to avoid temperature rises of 1,5 degrees Celsius and we are currently at 1,2 degrees Celsius.
The gathering sought to put to an end to deforestation, use of coal (which will severely affect countries like Zimbabwe which holds reserves that can last up to 800 years), greenhouse m**hane and use of fossil fuel funding.
President Mnangagwa did that with resounding success but the silence from the media has been nothing but deafening.
“It is most unfortunate that the impact of climate change is disproportionately borne by vulnerable communities that have contributed the least to the current stock of atmospheric carbon,” said President Mnangagwa.
“Vulnerable countries must, therefore, be capacitated to mitigate, adapt and build resilience to climate change. The expectation is that the major emitters will scale up mitigation action and show...
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COP26: What the media will not tell us

By Golden Guvamatanga

THE attempt by social media trolls, opposition activists and their handlers, like the former British MP for Vauxhall, Kate Hoey, to dilute the impact of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s recent visit to Glasgow for the Conference of the Parties (COP26) Summit is a manifestation of the divisions that have been sown by the West’s brutal attempts to paralyse Zimbabwe.
President Mnangagwa went there with two specific objectives.
First, to present Zimbabwe and Africa’s position on the measures that his country has taken to curb the vagaries of climate change which have been brought about by the excesses of highly industrialised Western nations in polluting the earth.
The world is seeking to avoid temperature rises of 1,5 degrees Celsius and we are currently at 1,2 degrees Celsius.
The gathering sought to put to an end to deforestation, use of coal (which will severely affect countries like Zimbabwe which holds reserves that can last up to 800 years), greenhouse m**hane and use of fossil fuel funding.
President Mnangagwa did that with resounding success but the silence from the media has been nothing but deafening.
“It is most unfortunate that the impact of climate change is disproportionately borne by vulnerable communities that have contributed the least to the current stock of atmospheric carbon,” said President Mnangagwa.
“Vulnerable countries must, therefore, be capacitated to mitigate, adapt and build resilience to climate change. The expectation is that the major emitters will scale up mitigation action and show...
Read more:https://www.thepatriot.co.zw/columns/cop26-what-the-media-will-not-tell-us/

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