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Dinner in Harare

One of things in Harare up to now is that the food is natural, if you can get food from Zimbabwe and not imported food of course. Why is it natural, the government has not officially accepted Genetically Modified Food into the "legal" food cycle.




Its now 2020. There has been a total takeover by the persons that have been using GMO food, cause its cheap and a very fast way of making cheap money. I am in a restaurant in Enterprise Road. I have a big chicken…
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Posted on May 2, 2010 at 8:16pm — 6 Comments

Supply of seedlings

I have found in my city this place who sell seedlings that seem to do very well. At least they have been doing very well in my garden and I am not much of a gardener.

I have undertaken and already have done it with one person, to purchase the seedlings and supply to them as the yield should "give some level of food security".

Posted on May 2, 2010 at 7:43pm — 1 Comment

Who am I following

I understand this website,http://appfrica.net/blog/, has issues on ICT development in Africa. My aim at the moment is to start and understand more the landscape around me. In a few weeks/months I will then expand it to some blog that is following ICT innovation in other regions. Eventually, soon, I should have a good handle of innovation in the wh*** globe

Posted on March 11, 2010 at 3:13pm — 2 Comments

My Story - Keeping an Institution Afloat

The University of Zimbabwe is/was/will always be the largest and most prosperous academic institution in Zimbabwe. When things were falling apart in the hosting country critical institution had to be kept afloat. The team which I headed (which means they did the work and I took the credit) put up a state of the art Campus Wide Computer Network.


Operating in a limited resources environment requires innovation. However, the bottom line is that the system has to be…
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Posted on March 11, 2010 at 2:30pm — 3 Comments

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