‘Zimbabwe among worst governed countries’

ZIMBABWE remains one of the worst-governed countries on the African continent, an annual survey by the Ibrahim Index of African Governance has revealed.

STAFF REPORTER

According to the index, Zimbabwe remained stuck at number 47 out of 52 African countries this year although the country registered an improvement in the human development category which includes issues to do with welfare, education and health.

In the report, Zimbabwe continued to share the bottom six score with countries beset by political instability such as Equatorial Guinea, Chad, Central African Republic and Somalia, while some of its neighbours were among the top 10 countries.

Part of the report released yesterday read: “Despite improvements since 2000, Zimbabwe’s governance score remains below the continental average for Africa as well as the regional average for Southern Africa.

“Zimbabwe scored 35,4 (out of 100) lower than the continental average of 51,6, but has improved by +1,5 since 2000. Its scores are lower than the regional average for Southern Africa (59,2). It ranks its highest in the category of human development (30th out of 52) and ranks its lowest in the category of sustainable economic opportunity (51 out of 52),” the report said. “The score was bad especially in the human rights category since 2000, but progression was registered in the human development category.”

The countries were ranked according to how they performed under four categories, namely safety and rule of law, participation and human rights, sustainable economic opportunity and human development.

“The top 10 performers over the years have remained relatively stable, with eight countries managing to remain in this grouping since 2000: Mauritius, Botswana, Cape Verde, South Africa, Seychelles, Namibia, Tunisia and Ghana. Meanwhile, the bottom ten (including Zimbabwe) have displayed more fluctuation in and out of the grouping and have constantly remained in the bottom ten in all years between 2000 and 2012,” the report said.

The report cited Mauritius as the best-run country on the continent while four post-conflict countries which include Angola, Burundi, Liberia and Sierra Leone were said to have managed to pull themselves out of the bottom 10.

81 Responses to ‘Zimbabwe among worst governed countries’

  1. Spencer Bandura October 15, 2013 at 9:55 am #

    Nikuv forgot to give ZANU PF the formular to govern well.

    • Changlong11 October 15, 2013 at 11:11 am #

      A very subjective and stupid survey obviously conducted by MDC sympathisers whose mission is to stiffle economic and social development in Zimbabwe. l do not buy this absolute rubbish which is an insult on our intelligence.

      • Haruna October 15, 2013 at 12:48 pm #

        Chang****, to you anything anti-Zanu PF is MDC. Leave the MDC alone in this one.

        • Never October 15, 2013 at 2:37 pm #

          The survey is 100% correct. That GPA government made Zimbabwe un-governable. MDC-T and MDC thugs were terrorizing ordinary Zimbos.

      • dusty October 15, 2013 at 2:43 pm #

        hahaha – you are a stupid idiot….

  2. Mwana wapresident October 15, 2013 at 10:12 am #

    Todii? Tine land nengoda saka tine tunhu twedu. Good or bad governance.

    • KingZimuto October 15, 2013 at 11:06 am #

      Some of these stupid comments will never make a day. These are serious national and international issues which deserve utmost attention from all angles. The moment a stupid person like mwanawapresedent makes nonsensical and unconstructive comments those at the helm start to think that they have support. Why can’t you call a spade a spade??

      • Mangwende we Zimbabwe October 15, 2013 at 12:47 pm #

        Ve Ibrahim Index nana KingZimuto rambayi muchizvifadza vamwe tichifamba nebhora. By voting overwhelmingly for ZPF to govern, the most literate people of Africa are very comfortable with their governance. So keep your governance mantra and we will keep our resources.

        • Mudiwa October 15, 2013 at 1:40 pm #

          @Mangwende you should remove your zhing-zhong spectacles and see the new Chinese masters take all the resources.

  3. Hazvie October 15, 2013 at 10:24 am #

    Zvinorwadza

  4. chimwango October 15, 2013 at 10:54 am #

    @mwanawapresident.which country on earth does not have land?if you dont use that land productively next time zimbabwe will be last at the bottom.

  5. lion October 15, 2013 at 10:54 am #

    We are going on with bussiness in this so called badly governed country. No fear of being shot,robbed at gun point and pple doing nothing, we don’t kill pple from .other countries. We do have our negatives but pa47 manyeba.

    • Joseph Stalin October 15, 2013 at 11:31 am #

      Hate to admit it, but you’re correct. We’re getting on with life and we’re safe, especially in my area of Harare.

    • GUSHPING October 15, 2013 at 12:32 pm #

      LION u seem very misguided!WHAT IS GOVERNANCE?

  6. Mwoyoweshumba October 15, 2013 at 11:24 am #

    @changlong11 had Zimbabwe had been placed at number 1 would you not concur with this survey? am just asking

  7. Mandi October 15, 2013 at 11:57 am #

    Mohamed Ibrahim is a Sudanese-British.The Question is what is he doing to develop South Sudan which is one of the list developed countries in the warld?

    • Haruna October 15, 2013 at 12:49 pm #

      Off topic

  8. Musona October 15, 2013 at 11:58 am #

    African rule is very excruciating. This is a predatory government. You deposit your money in the bank and the corrupt government shamelessly takes it away without your permission. Why would anyone put money in these banks now? It is better to dig a hole in your backyard and hide it there. Why would anyone with money invest in such a country? A vampire state.
    We were a million times better off under the whites without a shadow of doubt. You have to have very low intellect to think colonialism was bad. The white governments never raided people’s bank accounts – they knew how to run the economy not these morons. The worse thing is you cannot punish them in any election because they will always rig the elections. This is what I call a nightmare without an end.
    This is how Somalia descended into a failed state. Zimbabwe is a failed state but the inhabitants won‘t admit. Frankly I don’t see the difference between Somalia and Zimbabwe. Both are dysfunctional.
    The parties in opposition like the MDCs make the situation even worse by purpoting to be trying to unseat ZanuPF when their policies are exactly the same and are only serving to srengthen the ZanuPF predators and compound our misery.

    • Mandi October 15, 2013 at 12:32 pm #

      @Musona.This Mohamed Ibrahim Index is a reflection of what is happening in Sudan.Since Ibrahim is Sudanese he cannot talk about South Sudan and Northen Sudan.He is a billionare full of shame.These two countries have never made peace until secession was the only solution.In Zimbabwe it is an Economic Revolution taking place we are still learning to stand own without donor funding which might come with very stringent conditions.

  9. Musona October 15, 2013 at 12:00 pm #

    The last sentence should read. “The parties in opposition like the MDCs make the situation even worse by purpoting to be trying to unseat ZanuPF when their policies are exactly the same and are only serving to strengthen the ZanuPF predators and compound our misery”.

  10. Media watchdog October 15, 2013 at 12:05 pm #

    Can sme1 fire david moyes @ man utd

  11. Musona October 15, 2013 at 12:07 pm #

    I mispelt the word “purporting” in my comments above.

    • Mangwende we Zimbabwe October 15, 2013 at 1:03 pm #

      There is no need to correct anything in the dust bin because your submission is of no use to this country but to your Western masters.

      • Musona October 15, 2013 at 2:32 pm #

        @Mangwende we Zimbabwe – idiot.

  12. GUSHPING October 15, 2013 at 12:23 pm #

    zanu pf will not last until 2018.They should have rigged with a smaller margin that the West would have given them the benefit of doubt!This is not prophesy but reality.This have even be worsened by MUGABE ill advised action to pop – out mockery words to the Americans and the WEST recently.IT IS GOING TO BE A DOG EAT DOG AGAIN.PLEASE ZANU PF GUYS ADVISE THIS BALLY RIGHT.NDAVONGA

    • Hlongwane October 15, 2013 at 3:24 pm #

      @gushping what you don’t know is America is broke. Did you hear they laid down civil servants? So who are they to us Zimbos? You reality is fiction per say. You don’t know nothing about Zimbabwe man. Let me tell you that Zim Gorvenment will be the last to laugh in this demorecraze world. 4 your information UN Secretary General congratulated the President of Zimbabwe R.Gushaz. Mugabe while America,British Foreign Policedogs and Australians are still looking for evidence that the latter rigged.
      Tell you what , the British are looking for ways to come back to Gushaz Mugabe and plead with him since they have failed to replace him by that GIGOLO Chematama.
      Abatcha Chikonyongo, Aluta Continua Zimbabwe.

  13. Musona October 15, 2013 at 12:29 pm #

    Why does this news website keep using the stupid name “Zimbos” not “Zimbabweans” until sometime in the future when a new administration changes the name of the country? When I went to S Africa in sometime back someone said to me you people are far too docile to challenge ZanuPF misrule, you are “Zombies”. The name “Zimbos” is disgusting and so is the name of the country.

    • Mangwende we Zimbabwe October 15, 2013 at 1:06 pm #

      Musona, Why not use the name Rhodesia which you like dearly?

      • Tap October 15, 2013 at 3:11 pm #

        Mangwende you have a good idea as this would raise the country’s rating in the good governance table!!

  14. ndere October 15, 2013 at 12:45 pm #

    I am surprised we are not at the bottom , kune vatinotokundawo nhai

    • Hlongwane October 15, 2013 at 3:30 pm #

      @Musona never mind that , whether they call us Zombies or whatever we’ll still remain Zimbabweans.
      C 90% of ordinary South Africans live in Mkukuzs and are languishing and iwe vokushainira sezvinonzi vane chunhu? kikikiki, they are living deep in crap don’t u c????? scofff.

  15. trybrilliant October 15, 2013 at 12:51 pm #

    this is preposterous and absolute nonsense that is ment to tanish the image of the existing government considering the forces of regime change both in africa and the outside world.this is one report that target to decampaign ZANU PF and research be done we will wont be surprised to see that the main tools and drivers of regime change like the NGOs are behind such stupid rerseach.just look at the categories for instance, human rights and rule of law. these are the same issues that the west and their allies have used to discredit the ruling party therefore what conclusions can we expect. its their doing

  16. Mangwende we Zimbabwe October 15, 2013 at 12:57 pm #

    “You have to have very low intellect to think colonialism was bad.” To me the name Musona sounds like a black person or an African. Musona have you ever heard of the term House Nigger? In short this was a term describing those slaves who could sell other slaves to the white master so that he or she could work in the house where the labour was less painful. Look in the mirror and see how well this fits into your image.

    • Musona October 15, 2013 at 2:34 pm #

      @Mangwende we Zimbabwe – idiot

    • Musona October 15, 2013 at 2:35 pm #

      We were a million times better off under the whites without a shadow of doubt. You have to have very low intellect to think colonialism was bad. The white governments never raided people’s bank accounts – they knew how to run the economy not these morons. The worse thing is you cannot punish them in any election because they will always rig the elections. This is what I call a nightmare without an end.

  17. Mkhaliphi October 15, 2013 at 1:21 pm #

    I’m a Zanu supporter & I admit this shud change. & who must do it? Us Zimbabweans…..We have the capacity to improve our governance & investment inflows as well. We have a capacity to change the kind of negative news & vibe coming from our country…..& we will do it in our lifetime!

    Let’s stop celebrating bad news especially the MDC, it doesn’t make you good. You are just a useless, clueless party headed by a useless, clueless morally bankrupt leader……& u will need to change that before you win Zimbabweans’ trust.

    Enough said

  18. wax Murehwa October 15, 2013 at 1:28 pm #

    no one can jude zim

  19. mar October 15, 2013 at 1:39 pm #

    Mabharanzi ezanu pf ndosaka minister wenyu achiti masanctions ari kukonzeresa maaccidents,ngoda munayo but murikungo kwangwaya wani.to hell with zanu pf……..

  20. farai October 15, 2013 at 1:51 pm #

    A country in which 25 000 high school students all fail pre Varsity exams is ranked higher. Several countries whose national budgets are 100% donor funded are ranked higher. A country in which Islamists control half the country is ranked higher. Several countries whose national reserves and currencies are managed by France are ranked higher. A country in which every minute a violent crime is committed is ranked higher. A country under military rule after a coup is ranked higher. Mo Ibrahim is more stupid than Musona who thinks life was better in Rhodesia without acknowledging that 90% of the country’s citizens were deliberately excluded from participating in the economy. He as the Native Commissioner’s enforcer, was a selected minority!

  21. Dzipange October 15, 2013 at 2:03 pm #

    Iwe mwana wapresident, land nengoda should benefit the ordinary zimbabwean.

    • tomtom October 15, 2013 at 8:54 pm #

      Not Chinese

  22. SIR Lancelot October 15, 2013 at 2:27 pm #

    gentlemen, the goodness of good governance and rule of law is not multiple choice, same as the ten commandments.
    HE the mwalimu has recently mathematically expressed the standard order of operations which when effectively implemented, should elevate the zimbabwe flag to the very top of africa tree early as next term test results.
    thats the BODMAS standard necessary in overcoming institutionalised functional illiteracy.
    after all this happens to be but only an internally supervised zimsec exam if you see what I mean !!

  23. chokwadi October 15, 2013 at 2:28 pm #

    Shame shame shame

  24. zimbo October 15, 2013 at 2:34 pm #

    Very disappointing report. the question is on the variables used to measure governance how do u justify them and how do decide. to make this report carry weight let us know how the research towards these conclusions were made and how the data was processed then we can accept as a true reflection of reality

  25. Musona October 15, 2013 at 2:35 pm #

    We were a million times better off under the whites without a shadow of doubt. You have to have very low intellect to think colonialism was bad.

    The white governments never raided people’s bank accounts – they knew how to run the economy not these morons. The worse thing is you cannot punish them in any election because they will always rig the elections. This is what I call a nightmare without an end.

    • Hlongwane October 15, 2013 at 3:35 pm #

      Mafikizolo!!! Ngenkani, ongafuniyo Zimbabwe khayekele. Hamba la eRhodesia.

      • Musona October 15, 2013 at 3:46 pm #

        @Hlongwane – idiot – this country does not belong to your mother.

  26. Chingara October 15, 2013 at 3:01 pm #

    This piece is a load of hogwash. MDCHEATS you can do yourselves a lot of good if you changed yourselves to positive thinkers instead of being negativity seekers. Opposition politics is your only destiny. What with white demon in the mould of Eddie Kirosi daydreaming the resurrection of the RF recurnated as MDCT being led by clueless and blind dununu tswimbotsuku. We are comfortable to even misrule outselves than be ruled by England disguised as MDCT.

  27. Musona October 15, 2013 at 3:02 pm #

    Before the white came in 1890 there was no single school in this whole land – this tells you all you need to know about the state of affairs back then. Going to school was unheard of back then. Not a single factory. Not a single lavatory.

    • Hlongwane October 15, 2013 at 3:40 pm #

      uyahlanya!!!!

      • Musona October 15, 2013 at 3:44 pm #

        @Hlongwane – idiot. You are the crazy one. Before the white came in 1890 there was no single school in this whole land – this tells you all you need to know about the state of affairs back then. Going to school was unheard of back then. Not a single factory. Not a single lavatory.

  28. Musona October 15, 2013 at 3:03 pm #

    Before the whites came in 1890 there was no single school in this whole land – this tells you all you need to know about the state of affairs back then. Not a single factory. Not a single lavatory.

  29. reason October 15, 2013 at 3:15 pm #

    of cause a survey conducted by idiots would put us on that rating because of our total
    independence drive. the slaves in Libya, botswana, South Africa are deemed to be free so as to protect the white master. To hell with the idiotic mo ibrahim.

    • Mahara October 15, 2013 at 4:37 pm #

      The truth hurts doesn’t it? LOL

  30. muchohwe October 15, 2013 at 3:30 pm #

    nhinhi yemhunga chaiyo.
    president kana vachitsoropodzana nama counterparts avo hazvireve kuti iwewo street kid wonzikwa uchitukirirawo mukona maumire.
    even mamwe makurukota havahwisise functional illiteracy yarebwa.
    ivayivo vashandiri venyika kwete varasi vemarara mumigwagwa.

  31. Manhize October 15, 2013 at 3:47 pm #

    ko sei musingarambe maFIFA rankings..maSmear tactics munoagona but ngatigadzirisei patatadza kwete kungoita hasha nekutsvaga munhu ati reta but the good thing haasi murungu.,isu tiri kunyatsoona kuti tirikuzora.iye zvino maZimbabweans arikuita mari muDiaspora asi vanotya kuinvesta kumusha saka chii ichocho.hapana ari kumbotivenga apa tirikuzvitadzira tega kana maWestern ari so bad why are we so worried about their sanctions like as if they are the world.there is the rest of the world to do business with,lets leave them alone.

  32. george bachinche October 15, 2013 at 4:26 pm #

    What exactly does the term ‘worst governed ‘ means. Zimbabwe is argubly among the most peaceful countries in Africa. There is strife is Sudan, Central Africa Republic, Congoi, Mali, Kenya, Nigeria, Somalia to name a few. Does this not account for something?

  33. farai October 15, 2013 at 4:29 pm #

    A country in which 25 000 high school students all fail pre Varsity exams is ranked higher. Several countries whose national budgets are 100% donor funded are ranked higher. A country in which Islamists control half the country is ranked higher. Several countries whose national reserves and currencies are managed by France are ranked higher. A country in which every minute a violent crime is committed is ranked higher. A country under military rule after a coup is ranked higher. Mo Ibrahim made his money in telecoms now he goes around making Africa wide awards instead of developing his own country. Mo is more disconnected than Musona who thinks life was “a million times better under Whites” without acknowledging that 90% of the country’s citizens were deliberately excluded from participating in the economy. He as the Native Commissioner’s enforcer, was among the selected minority that had a better life all because they stood on the heads of the 90%!

  34. Musona October 15, 2013 at 4:42 pm #

    It’s very unfortunate some of my responses to some comments are automatically censored by this website’s software.

  35. Musona October 15, 2013 at 4:58 pm #

    There was no racial discrimination during white rule. Some people mistake “paternalism” for “racism”. Anyone who tells you blacks were excluded from this or that thing is lying to you. Blacks could not open factories or industries because they were all very very poor and had no skills to open viable businesses, end of story. There were plenty os enterprising blacks who were beginning to open big businesses and were richer than the whites during white rule. Vana Mucheche, Zvambile, Ruredzo, Mwayera, Murambiwa popularly known as Machipisa, Makomva, Samuriwo, Mundawarara, Pswarayi, Mkondo, Tavengwa (Mushandira Pamwe), Chanakira, Mataure and thousand others ran businesses and were richer than some whites. Vana Sam Chitaukire build successful Printing and Publishing companies during white rule. If others could build businesses how can people say black people were excluded from doing business? All those I have mentioned were/are black.

    • picha ya ndege October 15, 2013 at 7:08 pm #

      kijana umeelewa?
      alafu… hali vipi kwasasa

  36. Musona October 15, 2013 at 5:02 pm #

    I forgot to mention one black nationalist who ran his own business – a grocery shop – Josiah Chinamano had a grocery shop at Machipisa Shopping Centre in Highfields in the early 1960s.

  37. Musona October 15, 2013 at 5:21 pm #

    When African nationalism took root in the late 1950s there was no single black architect, no single qualified electrical engineer, no single mechanical engineer, no single civil engineer, no single medical doctor – Samuel Parirenyatwa came a few years later, no single qualified vehicle engineer, no single civil engineer, no single accountant, the list is endless. To be able to open a business you have to know what is required and have ready clients which blacks did not have. For example, you cannot open an electrical repair workshop if you are not a qualified electrical engineer because you cannot fix electrical problems and you don’t know what to order, and how to order or have the money to order spare parts. This was the situation back then. Blacks had to learn from the whites. It was a long evolutionary process. You could not expect some to come straight from Murambinda rural area and the next day they are running or opening a Johnson and Fletcher-type factory. It is not that simple.

    • Stan October 15, 2013 at 5:45 pm #

      Uneducated jealous people from the bush thought they could run successful farms which now lie in ruins.

    • farai October 15, 2013 at 7:32 pm #

      Sekuru Musona be most happy in your comfort zone. By claiming there was no discrimination under white rule you have elevated your argument beyond my limited comprehension and sanity. I cannot respond without being impolite so I will allow you to exercise your right to freedom of speech and to wallow in ignorant bliss.

  38. chenhamo October 15, 2013 at 6:31 pm #

    Mo Ibrahim busy kubatikana nezve dzimwe nyika ko kwake kumatuzv1 SUDAN?

  39. Diibulaanyika October 15, 2013 at 8:02 pm #

    Ibrahim is saying something that every sane zimbabwean already knows . He forgot to say our country is the only one in the world which does not have its own currents what a shame .

  40. farai October 15, 2013 at 8:52 pm #

    Sekuru Musona, a school is a place for learning, a factory a place for manufacturing or processing and a lavatory a place to relieve one’s self. Are you implying before the whites came we didn’t learn, didn’t make anything and didn’t even catch a crap? I find you operate in a narrow space!

  41. CASHTALK October 15, 2013 at 9:01 pm #

    l find it surprising that they are people who decide to ignore the facts on the ground ,At this very juncture are the people in ZIMBABWE enjoying the fruits of the country ? NO ………SO this talk of this MO.IBRAHIM doesn’t benefit us people on the ground it’s meant for these politicians , they are the ones who get these AWARDS .Instead we should be making noise about the way forward not talking about HISTORY which seems to be praising ZANU about it’s accorlades of BAD governance which is evident with what is happening right now.CIVIL SERVANTS expect salary increments, what do they get ,An explanations that they need re-TRAINING so does that mean good GOVERNANCE——-NO.If you can’t motivate your own civil service then whats there to celebrate that you a good goverment.

  42. Musona October 15, 2013 at 9:15 pm #

    Unlike most black people I used to confront whites when I felt I had been treated unfairly and in most cases I got an explanation. I did not jump to the conclusion that I was being discriminated against. I have known all black nationalists when they were ordinary people and I don’t listen to what they have to say. They lie all the time. Most of them were teachers who had minimal contact with white employers.
    I will take Mugabe as an example – after university in S Africa (sponsored by the whites) he went to Zambia to continue to work as a teacher and in the mid-1950s he went to Ghana to continue as a teacher. How much contact did he have with white employers? Zero. He was given a house to rent by the whites in Highfield when he worked as a teacher for the government. The reason why he was given a house was because he had no money to buy a house of his own. Where did he experience racism? I would not waste my time listening to what he has to say about racism.
    One major area we were found wanting was hygiene. Our levels of hygiene compared to the whites were very different and whites would rather have us learn to use lavatories first since we were used to defecating in the bush by starting us with the bucket system before they introduced the flashing system in the townships in the early 1960s. Whites have always had toilet training from childhood. I won’t go into details on this one. And we had to learn to use handkerchiefs instead of wiping snot with hands. Running water system to individual houses in townships was only done in the 1960s before we had to use one communal tap for the whole area. Wearing underwear is a recent phenomenon and so is brushing teeth and combing hair and cutting long fingernails. Whites knew all our old dirty habits and what we had to be taught. It was paternalism not racism.
    We went through quite a lengthy learning process over the years which the young generation take for granted. Black people cannot take the present situation and apply it to the dark past, the 1960s.

    • Nyika Ndeyedu October 16, 2013 at 6:48 am #

      @Musona

      “unlike most black people I used to confront whites…” Kkkkkk you don’t fool us, you are not a Black person, only your name sounds Black.

  43. LIBERALIST October 15, 2013 at 9:30 pm #

    GUYS i am sick n tired of all this shit!!! now pple who support zanu support cultural democracy were the chief (robert) rewards pple by loyalty and he being the king without any objections whatever he says is right…by practising constitutionality inorder to secure power…zanu claims that in zim there is a multi part system but daaaaah ..vanotofara kuti vana mdc exist because it will give the people a picture that in zim there is democracy and a multi party system but never will the chief leave or evade from his seat.all of the powers are centerd within roberts palms..he controls the election management board and is complied to consult all of them from the delimitation commission to the registrar general and still decides what he wants without any objections from them ….so what would you expect to here ????obvious a landslide victory for zanu pf …..mutserendende…saka let vamugabe rule till he drops pungwe generator riri tiiii,a new era will come when he is gone …so don stress..

  44. CASHTALK October 15, 2013 at 9:45 pm #

    @LIBERALIST, those are wise words or l can see said the blind MAN but in ZANU they will re main blind ,even MUGABE akasura they will celebrate because he is their GOD on earth .As singer said EVERY SONG HAS A BEGINING ,EVERY SONG COMES TO AN ENDING so to my fellow ZANUIST our time is very near.

  45. Light October 15, 2013 at 10:58 pm #

    I think they need to rig their way into good governance as well or just blame it on Blair and Bush.

  46. Willard Mubvumbi October 16, 2013 at 12:45 am #

    Ha, va Musona makadziya. I just admire your grammar and your rich knowledge of Zimbabwe history.

    • Nyika Ndeyedu October 16, 2013 at 6:38 am #

      guess what, Musona is a Rhodesian who purports to be one of us. I mean he is actually Caucasian!

      • mish mash October 16, 2013 at 6:53 am #

        caucasian or not ari kukunyombayi zvine stayra. its early days you might find him unifying the two rivals that he has taken for dry cleaning.

  47. fokolo October 16, 2013 at 2:10 am #

    @Musona, once you make your point you then make space for others so that we read different opinions. It gets a bit boring when its gotta be yours only – particularly like now when you apparently do not have anything meaningful to say.

  48. jinda ramambo October 16, 2013 at 5:05 am #

    What are surveys and whom are they intended for normally?
    Lets say the dairy marketing board goes out to do a survey, to whose benefit will that survey be;-
    (A) their customers (B) nobody (C) DMB

    At some point we were told by the same learned ones that in Zimbabwe 1 out of every 6people was HIV positive…do you remember, kikiki!
    My fellow country people wake up…even the editors of this paper ought to be patriotic too, you know what this kind of news does to our people…
    We will not fight to be the best because we want Afrika to unite!!! how is that!
    All those countries listed as the top 10, kikikiki look at them, in Ghana they have all computer toxic waste from the west in their back yard. their poultry farmers lost business to western chicken wings. SA, well do not get me started, whats good about SA,…what! Botsawana …come on my people we know better. Namibia phew, ever heard of the Namibian Holocaust…..right so how do you keep such people quite, reward award reward? in short number 1-10 is about keeping people quite!!! Read the psychology of reward and punishment then you will know who is the rat in a cage here… ZIMBABWE IS FREE!

  49. Nyika Ndeyedu October 16, 2013 at 6:44 am #

    Who decides what good governance is or which indicators to use? Mo Ibrahim?

  50. mish mash October 16, 2013 at 7:57 am #

    its good it is seen he has made apoint albeit belaboured in your opinion.

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