After 42 years of majority rule — just how developed and prosperous have we become as self-ruling Africans, at the hands of our erstwhile liberators?
How is name-dropping able to succeed if there was nothing already gravely amiss with our country’s governance system?
Is there any way of ascertaining that all (or at least, the vast majority) of our teachers in Zimbabwe would have made this resolution, and were on board?
That might be the case, but there is certainly more to this than what is portrayed on the surface.
It is time for those in power in Zimbabwe to look in the mirror, and ask themselves very tough questions about their actions and thought-processes.
Here is a nation with one of the most ruthless oppressive theocratic regimes on the planet.
I desperately needed them to focus on only the positive, so that we could all live peacefully, happily, and in harmony — instead, of always being at each other’s throats.
With each piece of writing, the more confident and comfortable I become.
I lOVE our languages and culture because they teach us so much about life.
Zimbabwe was last year ranked 157 out of 180 countries on Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index
IT is not unsurprising encountering the rank and file of the ruling Zanu PF party bragging over how they are in power