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Thursday, 17 April 2008 15:41

Mugabe's men take their revenge

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IT IS called Operation Makavhoterapapi ? Shona for "Where did you put your cross?" ? and it descended on 15-year-old Privilege Chikwana as she was doing her homework Privilege was too young to have voted in Zimbabwe's still unresolved election but her mother did, and the men at the door suspected she voted the wrong way. So they took the child back to a school in Chiwaka village, where Zanu-PF activists were holding opposition supporters prisoner, and started beating her. (Source)
Thursday, 17 April 2008 15:38

Flood of cheap PCs puts Linux in box seat

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Linux seems to be on its way to becoming mainstream. According to an article: "The free Linux operating system handles big tasks like running supercomputers and ATMs. Now Linux has a chance to finally crack Microsoft's hold on computing's most visible domain - mainstream PCs - because of the rise of innovative, inexpensive machines. " (Source)
Thursday, 13 March 2008 08:33

Finding Yourself In A New Country

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For a couple of days I went around London using its public transport system. I missed out on this pleasure the first time I came here. Apparently it is the best way to get around the city if one intends to live and work there. I must say that it is. All you need is to map out your journey first. I used the tfl.gov.uk website to do this and it is fantastic. After you have mapped out your journey, you stick to your plan... just like in trading. After spending some time in non-english countries, this experience made me appreciate the fact that I was able to speak the language of the country. At a certain level the brain is able to absorb so much more environmental information unconsciously when you are able to communicate with people, read signs, maps and billboards. Tourists and other travellers must have thousands of very interesting and funny travel stories to tell. I really respect immigrants who manage to succeed in their newly-adopted country even if they begin with nothing, speak little of the language whilst being humble enough to adapt and challenge pre-existing religious beliefs and cultural practices so they can co-exist with everyone else in their new country.
Saturday, 23 December 2006 09:09

Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year!!!

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A year and two days ago, I started this blog. I did not know what I could possibly write about and I wouldn't have thought that I would end up actually posting 295 posts by the end of it. Over the past couple of weeks, I have just been frantically running around trying to squeeze more out of the year before it finishes. But with only two days before Christmas, I am quieting down now. Maybe it is the same with you too.

I would just like to take this opportunity to thank you for reading my blog. If you want, you may say hello by posting a comment on this blog entry stating your name and other details you want to mention like where you're from, what you do for a living, what brought you to read my blog, so I can get to know you a little bit.

Merry Christmas to you and your family. Have a joyous and safe holiday. After working hard all year, we all deserve it!
Tuesday, 28 February 2006 22:18

Tourists To Avoid Sabah Malaysia

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The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade warns: "Terrorists have, in the past, kidnapped foreigners from the eastern coast of mainland Sabah (Malaysia), and from the islands and sea off its east coast.*"
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