Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Imagine a One-Language-Africa for entrepreneurs, artists, musicians, film makers, educationists, researchers, technologists, industrialists.

Africa now has 1billion+ inhabitants making her a huge market for her
entrepreneurial sons & daughters.
The major obstacle, however, is the language barriers that leave the
continent fragmented.

Imagine a one language Africa where there are no language barriers;
(a) artists (musicians, movie makers, poets & writers) will traverse
the continent unhindered,

(b) educational material will be easily exchanged amongst countries,

(c) inter-regional trade and intra-continent investment will increase
as entrepreneurs easily reach an understanding,

(d) progress in scientific research and technology is accelerated as
researchers quickly find a home-grown common language to share ideas,

(e) the ethnic, tribal and linguistic divides that fuel wars, will be
eliminated as Africans begin to understand each other,

These are some of the benefits of living in a One Language Africa.

For the Good of the Republic!

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Ittai Bryan
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F.E.A.R Group Press Release #Zimbabwe #Hardships #Zim_ASSET #Sanctions #Corruption #Poverty

Group Statement
20 November 2013


We note with concern the deteriorating living standards for
Zimbabweans in general.
The Charities & Social Responsibilities committee has been working
with community based organisations in identifying the challenges faced
by Zimbabweans in general.

The results of the research will be analysed and the Charities &
Social Responsibilities committee will come up with comprehensive
document that will be tabled before an all stakeholder panel on the
way forward.

The group has identified 5 sectors that need intervention;
1. Food Security/Agriculture
2. Energy
3. Engineering/Manufacturing
4. Education/Career Guidance/Empowerment
5. Health

You are not alone people of Zimbabwe.
We share not only your suffering, pain, disappointment, hardships but
your passions, dreams and yearning for a better future.

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Kind Regards

Ittai Bryan
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Monday, 18 November 2013

F.E.A.R Group End of year statement

Thank you all for your continued support in this cause throughout the
year in our endeavours to rescue the young people and the world at
large from mental poverty.

We have achieved a lot and learnt a lot over the past year and we look
forward to reach other monumental milestones in the coming year.

We remain motivated by the desire and passion to do good and never by
fear of failure.
We remain guided by the principles of technovation, creativity and charity.
We have stepped up our volunteerism initiatives in working for the
upliftment of society.

Thank you to our clients, associates and partners.

Hoping for a more prosperous year ahead.

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Ittai Bryan
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Friday, 8 November 2013

The Mudzuri Scenarios: Analysis

Controversial as it may seem, the article by Elias Mudzuri concerning
the future of MDC-T leader and party president Morgan Tsvangirai,
shows the depth within the party leadership.

Mudzuri's scenarios are all possible in an atmosphere of confusion
regarding the role and significance of opposition parties in the next
5 years.

The MDC-T is safest under the current leadership as it stands but
there's need to start work on nurturing new leaders to take over in
2016.
Tsvangirai has done his part and like the biblical Moses, he will have
to let someone take the people into Canaan.
There's no doubt that he's contribution to Zimbabwean politics is significant.
He clearly defeated Mugabe in 2008 though like Joshua Nkomo in 1985,
he was robbed of his deserved victory.

Tsvangirai is to be given his iconic status as godfather of the
movement whilst the party elects a new leader to tackle either Mujuru
or Mnangagwa in 2018 (an easier task).
Tampering with the party constitution to give him another term in
office is clearly a recipe disaster as it sets a bad precedent for
future party leaders.

MDC-T needs to reconcile with fellow fighters like Madhuku, Sikhala,
Coltart, etc and start working on a grand coalition that will contest
in 2018.

The party seems to have taken lull.
Militant activism that characterised the party's first decade has
since disappeared.
Instead of complaining, the MDC must tackle government head on with
clear demands in uncompromising fashion.
The leadership must not only issue public statements at Harvest House
but must be visible and participate the daily activities in
communities.


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