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Sishuwa Sishuwa 17h
What has independence brought to ? There is an absence of racial discrimination, but what else? Most Zambians still live on the margins of society, lacking education, jobs, food, housing, healthcare, clean water. Their basic rights are still denied.
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Deprose Muchena 11h
Replying to @IMuserere
Well done, mudzidzisi.
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Geshem Mutsatsa 14h
Brilliant instalment as always. I found the suggestion for a recall option in African constitutions persuasive, especially if shorn of obfuscation clauses/language. It boggles the mind why our leadership shows scant regard to the sanctity of life. Zvichapera rinhi izvi?
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Zenaida Machado Oct 21
Since Saturday, over 2,000 people arrived on a beach in Pemba, from villages across Cabo Delgado, where insurgents are killing people, torching homes, chasing villagers away. Many used their own clothes to pay for the boat ride -they had no money. This beach is all they have now.
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Deprose Muchena 14h
Replying to @vanyaradzayi
Nice....👌
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Deprose Muchena 14h
see this piece in which pays tribute to your own people's struggles while discussing the plight of citizens who face unrepentant regimes causing havoc in their lives.
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Alex T Magaisa 🇿🇼 15h
Replying to @DeproseM
🙏🏿 thank you Dziva. Our stories are the same, the boundaries notwithstanding.
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Deprose Muchena 14h
Opinion | Trump Is Bullying Into Embracing Israel. It Won’t End Well writes ~
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Brian Tamuka Kagoro 15h
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Deprose Muchena 15h
Replying to @Wamagaisa
Brilliant installment, Save. has indeed gone continental. It has gone international, with trademark conviction, clarity and purpose. 👏
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Deprose Muchena 15h
African citizens are losing confidence in formal networks of cooperation at the state level becoz they usually bend towards interests of political leaders, not the long-suffering citizens writes in his latest brilliant instalment~
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Eyob Aselefech Balcha 22h
...either its presence or absence matter. There is no idealised optimal flow of resources that strong & dev'tal state distort. The market is inherently unfair. Strong & dev'tal states need to cause 'distortions' to address structural bottlenecks and to ensure equity & inclusion!!
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Omano Edigheji, PhD 19h
As Thandika Mkandawire captured it, a developmental states has to mesaured through its institutional architecture and ideological orientation.
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Omano Edigheji, PhD 19h
In effect, both the capacities - independent variable - and development outcomes - dependent variables are key in looking at the state. The capacity must be measured in terms of outcomes.
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Omano Edigheji, PhD 19h
The point is not to look at the state through its capacities alone. Rather one needs to look at its through its purpose. The concept of a democratic developmental state focuses on both the institutional capacities and developmental orientation of the state.
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Deprose Muchena 18h
Replying to @agribusiness110
Keep going.👏
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Alex T Magaisa 🇿🇼 Oct 23
Some say mukoma, I’m waiting for the book. I write a chapter every week! The is your book!
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Brian Tamuka Kagoro Oct 23
"We must take the initiative; we must be permanently on the offensive. It is the battle of class struggle. We must keep the enemy always on the defensive". Samora Machel
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Deprose Muchena Oct 23
Yet the "offensivas" were offensives against more than just bad behaviour & misunderstanding of what it meant to be a revolutionary. They were targeted at corruption, "oportunismo" & criminal activity of all sorts! & they looked forward to a better future for every1
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Deprose Muchena Oct 23
No. This one is new. That was terrible.
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