Clearly, the West is fine with other African nations adopting democratic governments, but any attempt to democratise the economy and the land is dealt with by NATO, the CIA, or economically destabilising sanctions. Nowadays, those same Western media houses and academics are admitting that Zimbabwe’s land democratisation programme has not only benefited over a million people, but also pioneered a more economically productive way of farming.
- Robert Mugabe landslide election win triggers trepidation in Zimbabwe (theguardian.com)
- Why a Robert Mugabe victory would be good for Zimbabwe | Roy Agyemang (theguardian.com)
- Uhuru, Zuma congratulate Mugabe on poll win (capitalfm.co.ke)
- Zimbabwe: What do elections in Zimbabwe really mean? (ionglobaltrends.com)
- A new economic model for Africa is Zimbabwe (spyghana.com)
- Tsvangirai vows to challenge vote (iol.co.za)
- Zimbabwe is booming – but its future lies in China’s hands (telegraph.co.uk)