|Letters to the Editor
Zimbabwe's Coverage Impeccable
Thanks folks for the impeccable and immaculate coverage of Zimbabwe in
this week issue of African Executive.
Chimurenga 11: The Only Option for Zimbabwe
Thank you for your views, Incur with you and call for ouster of Mugabe.
Memo to SADC
Probably the best article I have ever read concerning Zimbabwe. Succinctly put! I hope this article gets a wider audience.
Tanzanian Musicians and Sportspeople Need a Mental Overhaul
This article expresses the exact opposite of what African Americans
believe. Most African Americans believe that Blacks place much emphasis
on sports and entertainment, and not enough on law, medicine,
engineering, politics, and other areas.
In any event, is tardiness really just a flaw of Tanzanian culture? I
have been to Tanzania and found no difference in this regard to any of
the eight other African countries I have visited. Moreover, it is a
problem among African Americans and people in other parts of the world.
Norm R. Allen JR
The War on Science
No longitudinal research on GM crops, therefore too high risk.
Expanding agriculture is based on two important dimensions: fair
pricing and open markets.
Corporations are not amenable to this. I am saddened that an economics
professor is pushing biotechnology when so much vital research on its
long term effects is not forthcoming.
Reflections on African Lost Generation
Article seems to put blame on all the ills in Africa on Euros. That is
not much different that those that stand by in traffic Jam and observe
as others are robbed. After all we must focus on the road
Kenya Must Expand her Middle Class
A good number of Kenyans are being paid two hundred shillings a day,
and they must pay taxes as well. On the other hand people who earn
millions of shillings like Members of Parliament donít. How on earth
will it be possible for us to produce more middle class?
Itís just a mirage. I'm the coordinator of small company in Kenya that
produces documentary. I listen to poor people as they talk about their
challenges and when you look into their face that is when you get to
know what Kenyans undergo. Does anybody care?
Kenya Railways Can Tap into Greater Lakes Market
A very well researched article and I think the writer is a very intelligent person