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Matabeleland should believe in herself

Now Matabeleland has to challenge herself: why is it that the oppressor has just the same number of hours as us to execute her plan yet she has made massive progress, we have not? 410 more words

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Change of attitude essential for Matabeleland nationalism

While the biggest threat to Matabeleland nationalists is internal conflict and public apathy, the biggest responsibility for nationalists is a deliberate, persistent and pointed engagement with the public. 460 more words

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Devolutionary Effects on Scottish Policy-Making: A Brief Glance (From 2013)

The Start of Things to Come

In the 1997 referendum on devolution, 74.3% of those that turned out voted for a Scottish Parliament, with The 1998 Scotland Act establishing a Parliament and an Executive (Yonwin and White 2004: 3). 1,382 more words

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WHY THE RECENT POLITICAL CLAMOUR IS THE BEST REASON TO SUPPORT DEVOLUTION

Rev. Timothy Njoya, one of the chief architects of the original SabaSaba rally, in a recent interview coined a very articulate metaphor to describe the political situation that we as a nation are witnessing today. 430 more words

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