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ZEC's Delimitation Report: Understanding the Import of the Arithmetic of Section 161 (6) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe

The Mangoma and Veritas interventions are saying the same thing. These two positions are essentially correct.
By Arthur Mutambara Jan. 10, 2023

Artificial intelligence and robotics: Great expectations and daunting existential risks

This capability is in contrast to the natural intelligence manifested by humans and other animals.
By Arthur Mutambara May. 6, 2023

Of insecure sycophants, falsified intelligence

Next, use this local currency to buy – through your connections at RBZ or your links with the political establishment — the rare US dollars at the official rate and produce US$100 000.
By Arthur Mutambara Aug. 4, 2023

Liberation struggle: Zanu PF’s modus operandi

For the Zanu PF functionaries to dish out these charges against Mugabe after havingworked with him as their leader for 40years, from 1977 to 2017, is beyond absurd.
By Arthur Mutambara Aug. 18, 2023

Dynamics of the GNU principals’ meetings

The worst aspect of the prime minister’s advisers is that they give him complete documents to read in our meeting of only three principals.
By Arthur Mutambara Aug. 25, 2023

Africa must have a new strategic approach to China

In our bilateral discussions, we cover a broad range of issues.
By Arthur Mutambara Sep. 1, 2023

Adoption of the 2013 Constitution of Zim

The fourth phase is completed by the agreement of January 17 2013, discussed above.
By Arthur Mutambara Sep. 15, 2023

Politics of ethnicity: Jumping from the pan into the fire

“This was the Zezuru position after all the Zanu infighting in Zambia, which led to Herbert Chitepo’s death on March 18 1975.
By Arthur Mutambara Sep. 22, 2023

Nationalists and their sordid escapades

According to Bhebhe, Tekere and Nkala were always feuding and insulting each other ad nauseam.
By Arthur Mutambara Sep. 29, 2023

Mugabe, Zipa and Mujuru

Beyond the tribalism predilection, the Zipa commanders have other serious reservations about Mugabe as a leader.
By Arthur Mutambara Oct. 6, 2023

Tongogara and Mugabe: The fallout

In the main conference meetings, he does not toe the line and sometimes challenges Mugabe’s averments.
By Arthur Mutambara Oct. 20, 2023

Mugabe versus Solomon Mujuru (Part I)

Gumbo is critical of Tongogara’s brutal methods, and his wielding more power (through the defence department) than the central committee.
By Arthur Mutambara Oct. 27, 2023

Mugabe versus Solomon Mujuru (Part II)

Was Mugabe waiting for a strategic opportunity — a Machiavellian moment — to strike during the stability of the GNU (government of national unity)?
By Arthur Mutambara Nov. 3, 2023

Persuading Mugabe to write his memoirs

On our flight back from Angola, we are joined by Emmerson Mnangagwa — minister of defence — who (as explained earlier) is away in Luanda when Mujuru is killed.
By Arthur Mutambara Nov. 10, 2023

On Emmerson Mnangagwa

Mugabe’s description of Emmerson’s ascendancy is a clinical and correct narration of what transpired, uncoloured by these later events.
By Arthur Mutambara Nov. 17, 2023

AWS: The dark side of AI (I)

Autonomous weapons systems (AWS) consist of combat equipment or technology that can identify, target, and engage the enemy without human intervention.
By Arthur Mutambara Apr. 5, 2024

AWS: The dark side of AI (II)

The unrestrained race for AI supremacy among Chinese, Russian and United States researchers does not augur well for cooperation.
By Arthur Mutambara Apr. 12, 2024

Developing and adpoting A1

Each basic infrastructure listed above is critical in supporting sustainable socio-economic development and technological innovation.
By Arthur Mutambara Apr. 19, 2024

Developing and adopting AI (II)

Countries and organisations must not put the cart before the horse when developing and adopting AI.
By Arthur Mutambara May. 3, 2024