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Are Zanu PF and MDC Shameful Governance Failures Proving Rhodesia’s Smith Right That Blacks Not Ready to Govern Themselves?
Black columnist speaks the truth about Zimbabwe.
Happy Zimbabwean Independence Day.
Black attackers spared a Zimbabwean excavator driver.
No country for white men.
Mostly white farmers union calls it "a miracle."
Now the government has to find a way to come up with the money.
Government is encouraging vigilante action against its critics.
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Should they be invited back?
Tales of struggle and survival.
Today marks the 40th anniversary of Zimbabwean independence.
Ironically, Zimbabwe just (officially) reversed its land grab policy.
Whitey come home!
South Africa now has around four million immigrants.
Just as American blacks blame whites for their failures, Africans deny responsibility for the misery they bring on themselves.
African Continental Free-Trade Agreement not working as hoped.
South Africans don't like illegal immigration any more than we do.
There’s something very disturbing happening.
And inflation in Zimbabwe is only 300 to 400 percent.
At the main reservoir, plastic bottles, vehicle tires, and algae float in the shallow green water.
Mugabe: “Only God will remove me from office.”
“Zimbabwe is poor because its rulers are predatory.”
Country's inflation rate is 558 percent.
Inflation is reaching 100 percent and there are bread and gasoline shortages.
Happy Zimbabwean Independence Day.
But only for infrastructure and improvements on farms and not for the land.
"There used to be lots of bread."
The country is “in the grip” of a drought and a bad economy.
An accidental white advocate.
South Africa helped Zimbabwe swindle white farmers.
Taking white farms will plunge the country into poverty.
"Yes, we kept our Zimbabwe but what kind of Zimbabwe did we keep?"
New administration will give $9 billion to help restore investor confidence.
"If you tolerate this, your children will be next."
The fighting doc: John Alan Coey.
Which way for the Boers?
It’s part of a plan to revive the nation’s agriculture.
White farmer had supported the guerillas during the war.
New president has “all but scrapped the indigenization policy.”
"[T]he government of Zimbabwe — and others across Africa — doesn’t stand apart from the governed; it reflects them."
Have whites learned anything?
And now Zambia sends food to Zimbabwe.
Watches, parties, and a Batmobile: What happened to the wealth of Rhodesia.
The despot is out after 37 years in power.
Impeachment proceedings now probable.
Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe and Wife Grace ‘Insisting He Finishes His Term’, as Priest Steps in to Mediate
Mugabe and wife continue to resist “graceful exit” after coup.
Overnight “bloodless correction” may bring Mugabe's rule to an end.
‘We Need Whites to Come Back and Rebuild the Country Because the Current Government Has Failed,’ Says War Vets Leader
Veterans of the Liberation Army want white expats to "learn to forgive."
Even Justin Trudeau calls appointment “a bad April Fool’s Joke.”
The truth about our civilization and its enemies.
Critics are unconvinced.
While in South Africa, she whipped another woman with an extension cord — diplomatic immunity may be rescinded.
The UAE asked them to leave earlier this year.
Wife of President Mugabe is pleased.
Purchasing power is one of the few powers left to whites.
Says South Africa won't become another Zimbabwe.
Tales of survival from Zimbabwe.
The Left's eliminationist campaigns didn't stop last century.
President is worried whites are taking over the country.
"[T]hey survived kidnapping, torture, imprisonment, eviction attempts and criminal accusations."
Even blacks are at risk.
Africa could collapse into Malthusian catastrophe.
Zimbabwe's economy is in shambles and Mugabe's party may even force him out.
Worrying about a dead lion is a "First World Problem."
Keeping white ownership for some farms is "of strategic economic importance."
ICC nearly nabs Sudanese head of state. Mugabe is outraged.
The fruits of black rule.
Dan Roodt describes a growing crisis.
When he saw a reporter he didn't want to talk to.
"Whose heritage are we preserving?" blacks ask.
There are still 300 white farmers in the crosshairs.
He says Zimbabwe's "land reforms" are a model for the continent.