US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations backs ambassador Brian Nichols after Zimbabwe government threats
Op-ed by Ambassador Brian A. Nichols first published on October 24, 2019///CRIMSON TAZVINZWA
Harare- October 24, 2019– Blessed with abundant mineral resources, rich farmlands, ideal weather, stunning national parks, and a well-educated, industrious people, Zimbabwe should be the economic powerhouse and the breadbasket of southern Africa, and even more popular as a tourist destination and business investment opportunity, as it once was.
Dear Zimbabwe 🇿🇼
You don’t have to be Zanu PF to love and defend Zimbabwe
You don’t have to be MDC to love and defend Zimbabwe
You just have to be a Zimbabwean to love , defend and work for your country.
Your political party is not Zimbabwe. #VivaZimbabwe— Trevor Ncube (@TrevorNcube
Zimbabwe has the potential to be the World’s bread basket, the country has lots of fertile land, good weather, lots of hard working Zimbabweans. With a properly managed agricultural system in place there is no reason why the country cannot feed the world. Journalim Lecturer and Human Rights Law Student Crimson Tazvinzwa caught up with News of The South in Leicester city. Tazvinzwa shares his thoughts on Zimbabwe’s agriculture, planting season and Zimbabwe’s economy
Down the yellow sandy road, over the hump, round the dusty corner and I was face to face with the luscious eyelashes of a giraffe. Luscious eyelashes hiding hungry eyes in our parched land where we are all reduced to being watchers, waiting for something to happen. For the past fourteen months, since election 2018, we’ve been paralyzed, helplessly witnessing the government converting our US dollars into useless Zim dollars, watching the loss of our savings, erosion of our incomes, soaring inflation and a new frenzy of looting and corruption.