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Diaspora Opportunities


If you have no access to opportunities in Zimbabwe then you are at a great disadvantage! If you do not know where opportunities are, how to access them and when-then you will forever be behind as those who have mastered the art of knowing opportunities rarely share information that gives them competitive advantage.

One of the disadvantaged communities is our friends in the diaspora. You are not likely to find opportunities information on the internet which is your only connection with Zimbabwe. Most of the opportunities information is found in hard copy and our forum has come in inorder to plug the gap of information asymmetry.  We would like to thank the Diaspora community for supporting our book. Thank you very much, the book has been placed on our forum shop o the link We are glad that a lot of you are interested in tapping into local opportunities that are emerging in the economy.

The first stage in benefiting is to register a company in a field of your interest. Register a company and start operations on a low basis and build it up over time. We covered this on our book on  the section of why you should register your business. Only registered companies are going to win big in Zimbabwe! Get registered, sort out the paperwork and scout for opportunities.

As a thank you to those who supported our book, we have captured an advert in The Herald for your attention. What should be of interest to you is the construction or repair of roads is providing opportunities for many sectors of the economy. From engineering companies, security companies, Solar energy companies, printing companies, branding companies. Even hard ware shops are benefiting!

Now look at the bad shape of the state of most roads in Zimbabwe and ask yourself the opportunities that will come from the repair and construction process?  How many solar companies will benefit? How many printing companies will benefit? For engineers who had migrated to other countries-you can ignore local opportunities at your own peril.


The advert by Intertoll Zimbabwe (Pvt) Limited is a call for expressions of interest looking for suitable contractors and suppliers who wish to participate in provision of various goods and services for the maintenance of the R2 and R5 routes (Plumtree-Harare-Mutare). The EOI sought are relative to the categories listed below:

Provision of Road Maintenance Services

  • Maintenance of Road Signs
  • Permanent Road Marking
  • Maintenance of Guard Rails
  • Drainage Maintenance
  • Vegetation Control
  • Small Concrete Works
  • Stabilisation of Slopes

Supply of Road Building Materials and Plant Hire Services

  • Supply of Aggregate
  • Supply of Bituminous
  • Plant hire services
  • Vehicle recovery services

Provision of Road Maintenance Consultancy Services

  • Professional road engineers
  • Surveying services
  • Road construction testing

Supply of parts and/or services for vehicle maintenance

  • Provision of spare parts
  • Specialist vehicle repairs
  • Supply and fitment of tyres
  • Provision of staff transport

Toll Plaza Maintenance

  • Solar sevices
  • Generator repairs and services
  • CCTV installations, repairs and services
  • Electrical fence maintenance and repairs
  • Plumbing, painting and general maintenance
  • Steel structure maintenance and repairs
  • Other Goods and Services
  • Printing and Stationery
  • Fire protection services
  • General Hardware
  • Branding


  • Company profile and 3 traceable references
  • Proof of registration as a Zimbabwean company
  • Proof of compliance with statutory requirements
  • VAT certificate if any
  • Letter from bank confirming banking details
  • Available manpower (applicable to subcontractors)
  • Available equipment (applicable to subcontractors)
  • Proof of insurance (applicable to subcontractors)
  • Capability and capacity (applicable to particular offering)

Geographical area of operation-applicants based in Plumtree, Bulawayo, Gweru, Kwekwe, Kadoma, Chegutu, Ruwa, Marondera, Rusape and Mutare encouraged to apply.

General Terms and Conditions

  •  Intertoll Zimbabwe (Pvt) Ltd not bound to approve any company as a suitable contractor or supplier, and shall not be obliged to furnish reasons for rejecting any application/expression.
  • Intertoll Zimbabwe shall not be liable for any costs incurred in the preparation of the application/expression
  • Intertoll Zimbabwe reserves the right to amend, modify or cancel the requirements ad deliverables of the expression.

Applications/expressions shall be submitted by the 13th of April to the procurement committee, Intertoll Zimbabwe (Pvt) Ltd, 15 Fleetwoord, Alexandra Park, Harare.

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Free Version of 2018 Business Opportunities Book For Download


The reason why this book is trending in Southern Africa is a simple one-it covers a lot of business opportunities in the region such as Angola, Malawi, Zambia, Mozambique, DRC, South Africa and Zimbabwe. It also captures researches and and business tours to Lesotho, Botswana, Namibia and Swaziland. The name of the book is Business Opportunities for Zimbabweans but opportunities and skills covered benefit every citizen of Southern Africa.

The revised version is coming and will be distributed for free to those who purchased the initial version. The second book we are compiling is titled Business Opportunities for South Africans and our sister organisation in South Africa will be handling the compilation of the book.

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ZBIN , The Church and Youths


Are youths in your church business savvy? Are they up to date with business information? Do they have skills on business opportunity identification? Are they up to date with available funds from Government and other sources? Are youths in your church forming companies? Do they know how and why? Do they know how to apply for tenders? Are they aware of opportunities that do not require a lot of capital?

The Good News
ZBIN is a Christian friendly forum and we have helped inspire hundreds of members from the Christian community. We have carried out church outreach programmes to the Christian communities in Harare and Chitungwiza. One worrisome trend we established was lack of entrepreneurship information! Few are reading newspapers, few are following local news…..the church community is out of touch with business!

In order to help plug the information gap, we have joined church groups to the ZBIN Whatsapp platforms with the first being Holiness Revival Church in Chitungwiza. They have been able to get latest information which we post on many groups on our platforms. We have made sure when we create new inspirational business groups such as the Chicken layer groups, they get first preference before groups are filled by others!

Your church can benefit too
Simply talk to your church leadership and create a business group and then add us and we will distribute freely business tips and information. Do not be left out, Zim is now Open for Business and churches should be open for business too!
This is a free service from the Zimbabwe Business Ideas and Network.

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Crowdfunding for Small Businesses in Zimbabwe


The number of business ideas from the forum is very high-a lot of innovative ideas from Zimbabweans based locally and abroad. Our forum with 34.000 members is growing everyday and every week close to 12.000 active members participate on our Facebook Digital Platforms and over 8.000 on our Whatsapp platforms helping to create a rich entrepreneurship society in Zimbabwe!

Our model, the first of its kind in Africa harnesses all digital platforms so that information is always flowing from one platform to the other. For instance discussions on our Whatsapp platforms help to shape content for discussions on the Facebook platform, the information is then stored on the website for future reference. Information can flow from the website to Facebook and Whatsapp or vice versa. Every minute a business discussion is going on, every minute an entrepreneur is getting useful advice on business opportunities in Zimbabwe and the region.

One of the major problem encountered by entrepreneurs is access to capital finance and in order to help members we will be introducing an innovative approach called Crowdfunding. Crowdfunding enables people with viable business ventures to showcase them and attract funders. If your project is good enough, funders will provide funding and this has been working across the globe with up to $34 billion raised across the globe in 2015 according to

The concept is still in its infancy in the country with only one platform doing crowdfunding on a small scale. There is no crowdfunding platform for the SME sector and ZBIN is therefore filling this void. So do expect more information as we help our members to have access to funding for their viable business projects.


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Chunky Wool Opportunity


Having introduced the carpet making programme which was oversubscribed, one area of concern has cropped up-material! We started with reliable suppliers of wool or chunky wool which is used in knitting carpets but of late they have run out due to excessive demand. Great chance for entrepreneurs to source it from China at 25 cents per ball and sell it locally at $2 per ball and not be able to meet demand. Our organisation will help you in free promotion.


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Special Arts and Crafts Supplement


We would like to thank hundreds of people who have ordered our book. Thank you for the support and because of the massive support, we are going to be sending you a free supplementary chapter on Zim Arts and Crafts. Great opportunity for you to take advantage of the talent that our country possesses. We will share where regional markets are and how to tap into them.

Muito Obrigado

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Digital Marketing Plan Template For Zimbabweans


Digital Marketing is a key theme for ZBIN this year. Our members and followers should be experts on digital marketing! Zimbabwe currently has a population of 15 million and half of the population is connected to the internet. The good news is that the number of people joining the internet especially digital platforms such as Social Media is increasing everyday. When the economy recovers and start improving guess what will happen? An explosion upward with many millions being added!

This helps to explain why Dr Strive Masiyiwa said the internet will be more valuable than real estate. Do you want more evidence? Look at who is now the richest person on earth? Jeff Bizos of Amazon, you want to know who occupies the second spot? It is Bill Gates and how about Zimbabwe? It is our own Dr Strive Masiyiwa! ICT is therefore where the opportunities are across the globe, so you cannot afford to ignore its growth and increased influence.

We have covered interesting basics on Digital Marketing in our book. It shows how we potentially set a regional digital marketing record which resulted in us touring the region and helping to inspire thousands of entrepreneurs from Malawi, Swaziland, Lesotho, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and South Africa. We covered Zimbabwe last because the purpose of the project was to establish whether Zimbabweans can unlock opportunities across the region and be accepted.

Below we have posted a Digital Marketing Plan Template to assist you in your strategic planning. Assess how your strengths and weaknesses in terms of this crucial sector and then develop a plan for your organisation. Digital Marketing is the new competitive advantage!


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The Zed Farmer who Grosses over $500 daily


Name: Maria Zileni Zaloumis
CEO/Founder: Tuzini Farms Ltd
Age: 33
Nationality: Zambian
Educational Background:
She has a:
▪Bachelor of science degree in Nursing from Australian Catholic University
▪Masters of science degree in Cardiology from Wesley hospital in Brisbane
▪She plans on pursuing a Degree in Agronomy
Her farm employs over 62 jobs and generates a Gross daily income of over $500

Background story:
She is the last born in a family of 3.
In 2003, she travelled to Australia to pursue a Bachelor of science degree in Nursing from Australian Catholic University. While in Australia, she worked for 12 years as a nurse and also earned her self a Masters degree in Cardiology from Wesley hospital in Brisbane. She started working when she was 18 and raised $30,000 start up capital through savings.
In 2015, she returned to Zambia from Australia to settle. She found
her father ill with an incurable disease called Alzheimer’s disease,a disease that affects the brain functions. He started farming on a small scale but couldn’t continue farming due to the condition.
In August 2016, Maria took over the farm and started with half a hectare of tomatoes and has expanded to over 13 hectares. From the 13 hectares she harvests between 250 and 400 boxes everyday giving her approximately daily revenue of $500 (Kr5000) at the lowest price of K50 per box.

Her farm Tuzini Farms LTD, is located in chisamba on the northern side of Lusaka.
When she started, she used to selling her tomatoes at Soweto market in Lusaka and has grown to become the major supplier of tomatoes to Freshmark(SHOPRITE) country wide , also supplies tomatoes to Ndola’s Masala market , Kitwe’s Chisokone market, which is one of the biggest markets in Zambia and also supplies her tomatoes as far as Kasumbalesa boarder post.
Tuzini Farm produces over 300 boxes of tomatoes per day.

How she gives back to the community:
▪On weekends, her workers enjoy the privileges of a literacy program at which many of them are taught how to read and write .
▪She also supports kids who are under the care of the Mwachikoka Baptist church in Lusaka.
▪She mentors 20 Youths at Kabwata Methodist Church once a month for free
▪She employs local youths who are on holidays from school at her farm to keep them busy and have them earn some money as they prepare to open their school .

▪Maria broke records when she became the youngest to sit on the Zambia national farmers union board (ZNFU), which eventually saw her becoming the youngest Director of the farmers union after she was voted into that position by the farmers .
Apart from being CEO at Tuzini Farms , she also serves as the
▪Young emerging farmers initiative ambassador ,
▪ African pride insurance Ambassador and
▪National Chairperson for Fruit and Vegetables under ZNFU.

Projects on her Farm:
▪She won a grant for a green house from MRI seed and has now expanded to build more green houses for the onion,cabbage,tomato seedlings.
▪She has 4 green houses for onion
▪She has a pilot project for MRI seed for cabbage and seedlings
▪She recently launched a new variety of tomato seedling called Naetenella from Israel
When asked what are some of the major challenges she has faced as a farmer, Maria said the fluctuation in the price of tomatoes is a major challenge.
“Fluctuation in the price of tomatoes has been a major challenge for me as you can not project the income for the coming months”
In the next 5 years,she sees herself
▪Venture into farm produce value addition by processing tomatoes and sun dried tomatoes which will be exported to the international market.

▪Green housing over 50 hectares for growing organic ginger and avocados which will also be exported into the international market
▪She sees herself impacting and empowering Zambian farmers by establishing an outgrower scheme countrywide for export,which will boost the Zambian economy .

▪She sees herself also reducing through levels of unemployment by empowering and creating over 1000 job opportunities
She struggles with depression and is on medication.She would like to encourage someone whose depressed, to still believe they can achieve their dreams and impact lives despite the condition.
She attributes all the glory and success which have made her the youngest commercial tomato farmer in the country in less than a year of venturing into the sector to passion, hardwork and faith in GOD. She vividly remembers when she started in August 2016,she commited her plans to God and asked God to help her become the youngest commercial farmer in Zambia. Her focus was not on making money but making a difference in the lives of many through Agriculture.

What advice would you give a youth trying to pursue their dreams in Africa despite the conditions around them

“Be realistic about your Dreams. Donot be afraid to make mistakes,learn from your mistakes and look forward. Remember, to be disciplined and use the resources around you. Never give up on your dream,Never Quit. Finally, always develop your self by reading the right books, sharpening your skills and above all investing in your relationship with God”

Personal statement:

“Do not wait for opportunities,Create the opportunities. Do everything with Passion or not at hard dream big.
Success depends on the second letter “u”
Success is not in the amount of money you make but in the difference you make in people’s lives

You can buy your seedlings and receive full support of your crop from team Tuzini
Cell: 0978320593.
Facebook: Tuzini Farms Ltd
Or you can visit Tuzini Farm Ltd at
Plot No. 12530,Chikumbi Road Chisamba, Lusaka.

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Weekly Update: 2018 Business Opportunities Book Out


Business can be divided into 2 areas, the art of managing money and the art of making money. the art of managing money is a simple one because you learn about it right from high school. Subjects such as Accounting, Commerce, Economics and Business Management help to prepare students in managing finances or managing money. Commercial subjects at under and post graduate levels also significantly help in producing or preparing students for life in managing well business (finances). So what is missing from most people who have done finance subjects? It is the art of making money!

The art of making money is rarely covered and one has to ‘learn by doing’ or learn by observing others. The art of making money or entrepreneurship is a practical subject which was  introduced a few years ago at most tertiary institutions as a standalone degree program from undergraduate to post graduate level. Because it is a recent subject, there are few books written about the subject by  local writers.

Our organisation has therefore compiled a book on entrepreneurship focusing on two key areas:

  1. Available opportunities for Zimbabweans and covers more than 50 opportunities.
  2. Analysis Skills to empower Zimbabweans to identify opportunities and take advantage of them.

We have avoided the art of managing money because this is comprehensively covered by the current curricular. It is the art of applying for tenders that the current education standards do not cover, preparing your business plan, why you should register your business, how to effectively use digital marketing with practical real examples of success, how to identify opportunities and see the forest from the trees, how to take advantage of opportunities on ‘Virtual Zimbabwe’ by using eCommerce etc

Simply listing investment opportunities by saying there are opportunities in Agriculture, Mining or Tourism is not enough, we wanted the skills so that a reader can apply the skills in other areas. The art of following the money empowers one with skills to identify where money coming into the country comes from, how it is spend and how to take advantage of opportunities coming with money flow. This is not something you will find in your usual finance or business books. We have also studied hard working entrepreneurial communities  such as Indians and the Jews in order to document traits that make them successful entrepreneurs. We also covered our own Dr Strive Masiyiwa, how he is using certain skills to expand his business empire in certain areas.

We have also included an analysis of certain areas, those expanding and providing opportunities for the future. It is therefore crucial for anyone interested in learning new skills on entrepreneurship. We compiled it with youths, women, locals, diasporans and foreign nationals interested in practical skills and opportunities in Zimbabwe.

We avoided naming it opportunities in Zimbabwe because we should be focusing beyond the borders and this is why we included Malawi, Zambia, Angola, Canada, Dubai, DRC,South Africa and Mozambique. Little is written about Mozambique opportunities and yet our organisation has conducted 3 business tours and clinching a purified water deal in the process! Why Mozambicans in Tete import vegetables from South Africa whilst our farmers in Mutoko do not benefit defied logic, why no Zimbabwean entrepreneur never thought of setting up a business in Musina inorder to ‘follow the money’ also defied logic. These are some of the challenging questions that we ask in the book and help inspire readers to think in other terms and take advantage of opportunities.

We list opportunities, we ask questions, we cover our experiences such as trainings and tours, we also cover inspirational stories from the community and above all-we cover necessary skills that we should have learnt and mastered during high school!

Edited by Fungai Mauchi Furusa, an Entrepreneurship Lecturer at  Bindura University of Science, we would like to thank everyone who has supported the compilation of the book. It was not easy to compile a book in a format never done before but we are happy that finally it is out and we hope it will reshape how we view and appreciate entrepreneurship across the region.

The book will be uploaded on the site for ease of purchase. Before uploading, you can get a copy for $25 for soft copies and $35 for hard copies and our contact numbers are +2634339454+263774081808 or +263773055063. You can access hard copies from No 34 Quendon Road, Monavale, Harare Zimbabwe.

Summary of Chapters

Chapter One: Investment Preparation
1.1 Our Regional Success Story
1.2 Key Themes in this Book

      Covers 5 extra topics which helps one to appreciate opportunities at a bigger scale and latest world trends.

Chapter Two: Farming Opportunities
2.1 Agriculture in Zimbabwe
2.2 Global Trends in Agriculture
2.3 Top Agriculture Opportunities
2.4 Agriculture Expert Emmanuel DN Dube

      Covers 9 extra topics with practical ‘how to guidance’

Chapter Three: The Services Industry
3.1 Real Estate opportunities
3.2 How to invest on the Stock Exchange
3.3 Tourism Sector Opportunities

Covers 14 extra topics.

Chapter Four: Digital Marketing-Competitive Advantage
4.1 Online Zimbabwe Key Statistics

     Includes 3 other topics and also covers eCommerce.

Chapter Five: The Competitive Advantage
Our best chapter of the book, closely linked to the previous chapter.
Chapter Six: Cities and Towns Opportunities
6.1 New Suburb and New Opportunities
6.2 Business Opportunities in Malawi and Zambia
6.3 Harare City Investment Opportunities

    Covers 7 extra topics.

Chapter Seven: Opportunities for women in business
7.1 Young Entrepreneur Profile: Pauline Mawoneke
7.2 Cross Border Advice: Buying Goods in China for Resale

   Covers 7 Extra topics.

Chapter Eight: Investment Resources and Options
8.1 Why you should formally register your business
8.2 Importance of Business Plans
8.3 The Art of Winning Tenders

   Covers 7 extra topics and helps entrepreneurs interested in starting business and not aware of areas to pursue. A lot of advice from the ZBIN community by more than 30 members

Chapter Nine: Star Investments
9.1 Star One: Super Solar Energy

 Covers 9 extra topics –highly recommended as it includes areas we have not covered before. *The bonus is on money making skills for recent graduate.

9.11 Harare Scammers

How not to lose money when buying residential stands is our chosen best tip.

10. Annex :Funds Available for Zimbabwean Entrepreneurs

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Why are Jews so successful?

 Have you noticed many brilliant students of your class wear glasses? Most possibly they have myopia, an eye condition where eyeball becomes too long. Both hereditary and environmental factors are believed to be responsible for myopia. Interestingly the gene that controls growth of eyeball also controls growth of neo-cortex of brain and it explains higher percentage of myopia in high IQ people. Among all races, the rate of myopia is highest among Ashkenazi Jews, one of the four sub-groups of Jewish people. Many of the Nobel Prize winners, Chess grandmasters, top mathematicians and international bridge players are Ashkenazi Jews; these four areas are often considered to measure intellectual achievements of a race.

How successful are Jews?

There are four sub-groups of Jews. If you consider average native British IQ as 100 then Jewish IQ looks like; 110 for Ashkenazim Jews (German Jews), 99 for Sephardim Jews (Spain and Portugal), 91 for Mizrahim or oriental Jews(Arab Jews) and 66 for Ethiopian Jews. There Verbal and visualization-spatial IQ are 12 to 20 points higher than native population of a country.

Jews make up less than two-tenths of a percentage point of the world’s population, only .02 percent but they represent 10 percent of the Forbes 400 list of the world’s wealthiest people, more than 10 percent of the Fortune listed top CEOs, and 30 percent of all the Nobel Prize winners.

Over the years of 1901 to 1985, 541 Nobel prizes were awarded and 91 were won by Jews. Another way of describing it is, the rate of prize winner for European natives is 75 per 100 million populations, and the rate is 667 per 100 million for Jews.

Of the 200 American Nobel Prize winners 62 have been Jewish (31%) (data upto 2008). 21 of 89 German Nobel laureates are Jews. 3 of the 7 German and 6 of 16 US mathematicians who have won Wolf or Field Prize are Jews. 45% Nobel Prize winner economists are Jewish.

55 of the 156 top rated bridge players are Jewish (33%). Thus Jews who represent only 2% of American population produced 31% Nobel laureates and 33% top bridge players.

44% top Russian chess grandmasters are Jews (data upto 1975). Guess the religion of Gary Kasparov and Boby Fischer.

Top scholars of physics, chemistry, mathematics, medicine, law, and economy are they. Music and literature are their other fields of expertise; 52% of the Pulitzer Prizes for nonfiction, 15% of the fiction, 20% of the poetry, 34% of the drama, Jews have won. Joseph Pulitzer himself was a Jew.

Note that most of these achievements are of Ashkenazim Jews, achievements of other Jewish subgroups are similar to any other races. I haven’t talked about finance and banking, natural resource and energy, real estate, media and entertainment sectors. If I tell you about these sectors you will believe in every conspiracy theory that exists, from Amartya Sen Getting Nobel by marrying Emma Rothschild to most recent remote control disappearance of Malaysian plane in Diego Garcia Base.

Let’s look at the theories of their success

The persecution and discrimination hypothesis: Jews were persecuted and discriminated against for centuries. More intelligent and wealthy Jews would avoid killing by paying ransom or fleeing, low intelligent Jews would get killed. Ashkenazi Jews were persecuted more often than other Jews. Survival of the fittest and most intelligent Jews have made their descendants highly intelligent. This also explains their higher IQ. Jews are nomad for few centuries with no fixed land, so they value money and that’s why they are in banking sector. Mizrahim, Sephardic Jews were less persecuted, discriminated and practiced eugenics less, resulted in survival of low IQ children. This shows a minority population can succeed even after discrimination.

Eugenics Hypothesis: Among Jewish sub-population IQ difference is explained by saying that Ashkenazi Jews performed better eugenics practice than other Jews. Eugenics consists of custom and practice that ensure greater number of surviving children of the more intelligent. Wealthy Jews have enjoined to marry their daughter to scholars; wealth and intelligent combination created higher survival rate of intelligent children. The most highly intelligent Christian would join the church where they have to follow celibacy; whereas Judaism encourages Rabbis to marry young and avoid birth control practices. This tradition resulted in low number of intelligent descendants from Christians and high number from Jews.

Genetically transmitted intelligence: Ashkenazi Jews have parents who are highly intelligent; they provide their children with proper nutrition, health care and cognitive stimulation. Because of their low fertility rate, small family size, and housewife mothers, they can take extra care of their children.

Strong family and race network: They believe in race unity and race purity; Jews have been discriminated against for many centuries, so they have developed an unusually strong sense of solidarity and predisposition towards mutual help and support.

Strong work motivation theory: Their family and religious values put strong emphasis on success. They have strong motivation to work hard and succeed, a strong work ethic that gives them exceptional will power. Jews also attach a lot of valuation on study and education.

Marginal man theory by Thorstein Velben: Because of migration Jews become liberated from any pre-conceived ideas. Partial liberation of Jews from traditional Judaism and partial assimilation into native European society endow the intellectuals Jews with virtue of detached thinking and skepticism. Skeptical, alienated, liberated minds are best suited for study of science, where minds are not clouded by local custom, idols, religion or pre-modern form of reference.

Special aptitude theory: It says Jews are more creative, imaginative, and intelligent than other races. They have special skill in financial and business management (Nathan Glaze); ability to take quick advantage of new opportunities, recognize unprecedented situation and devise methods to handle it(Paul Johnson); emphasis and opportunity of constant practice, study and lesson from highly successful previous Jews (William Rubinstein).

Multifactorial theory by Cormac O’Grada: Following factors help them;bourgeois virtues such as sobriety, a desire to succeed, a dislike of violence, emphasis on education and learning, and high self-esteem have led them to success.

Luck theory by A. Godley: Reason behind Jewish success is luck, various world events luckily have gone in their favor.

It is interesting to note that Jews are underrepresented in two areas, sports and crime!


The Chosen People: A Study of Jewish Intelligence and Achievement: Richard Lynn: 9781593680367: Books

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