The world is in crisis and in need of an economic and political regeneration–what is termed in this book “policonomy”. Such a GENEA-tic transformation calls for an awakening of integral consciousness at all levels. For this to be realized the authors posit that “southern” nature and community i.e. integral kumusha should locally lead the regeneration, with “eastern” Culture and spirituality following locally-globally in its wake, while “northern” science and technology –Communications-comes in newly, globally next, and the “western” economy and enterprise, that is Capital, should globally-locally follow the rest, altogether embodied in a newly polynomic Constitution. Such a unique transformational rhythm is what is sought and to co-evolve in Zimbabwe, in Africa and the rest of the world, thereby regenerating (C)umusha, Culture, Communictions, Capital and a trans-modern Constitutio: the 5 C’s, in theory and in practice. The authors, in Zimbabwe, see for such re-GENE-ration in the integral worlds and rhythm, of the country. Their argument is that such a newly constituted policonomy is best served by a Communiversity, as an integral and de-colonised version of the university. This Communiversity originates from the natural and communal, local ‘South’–Learning Communities; then turn culturally and spiritually, locally-globally to the ‘East’–as a so-called Developmental Pilgrimium thereafter turning newly globally, scientifically and technologically to the ‘North’-Research academy; and only thereafter, globally-locally to the ‘West’ building economically and enterprise-wise on the rest in the guise of Socio-economic integral Laboratories. The aim of this study is that this transformative approach will appeal to business people, researchers, policy makers, social scientists and the academia serving to align policonomy with nature, culture, technology and enterprise.