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Dealing with organisational stress

Stress is unavoidable because it’s part of human life. The most important factor is how we deal, handle or respond to stressful situations.

By Newsday Sep. 4, 2021
What is the current legal status of maeng da kratom in Colorado?
What is the current legal status of maeng da kratom in Colorado?

The first half of the current year is over. On the one hand, the world is dealing with a global epidemic, while other research is underway to accomplish preventive effects through natural means. Kratom is a traditional Southeast Asian herb that has been used for centuries. When the DEA placed this herb on the grey […]

By The Standard Jul. 28, 2021
What You Need to Know about Various Cat Breeds

There is beauty in variety and the world is filled with it; no wonder it is said that variety is the spice of life. There are different types of everything that we see and each is unique in its own way and each has its own functions. Even though mostly similar, humans too are different, […]

By The NewsDay May. 11, 2021
Does bitcoin have a successful future?

The digital currency market has changed the investment dynamics and payment methodology. Investors and traders have started to realize the bitcoin has still much more to offer, as compared to fiat currencies. It is definitely a fact, that virtual currency transactions are on an increasing scale and millions of people are already using bitcoin as […]

By The NewsDay May. 1, 2021
Staying competitive during COVID-19

BY JONAH NYONI The coronavirus has stayed with us more than we anticipated. Companies are redefining how business must be done. Technology is now the central tool for most companies. As a leader, what do you do in such a challenging situation? Communication Communication is the lifeblood of every organisation. Communication builds culture, relations and […]

By The NewsDay Apr. 17, 2021
AU Commission has made a good start on gender equality

BY ASHWANEE BUDOO-SCHOLTZ THE African Union (AU) held the 38th ordinary session of its executive council at the beginning of this month. One of the agenda items was to elect six new members of the AU Commission. The Commission is the AU’s secretariat, which carries out its day-to-day operations. These are the first commissioner elections […]

By The NewsDay Feb. 24, 2021
The importance of education

Guest column :  Eddie Cross This might seem to be something that is taken for granted, but I think it is even more important today than perhaps at any time in the history of the world. Even today it is possible for an illiterate individual to become a millionaire, but they are the exception. By […]

By The NewsDay Feb. 16, 2021
The 3 Prerequisite for Investing in stocks

Purchasing stocks is not an obstacle. The most challenging obstacle is to find an organization that reliably beats the stock exchange. This is something most people lack, which leads you toward the hunt for stock tips. It is a known fact that everybody today appreciates the need to save whether for a house, for kids’ […]

By The NewsDay Feb. 1, 2021
Security in a time of tumult

BY EDDIE CROSS ONCE more, we are ambushed by the world we live in and on which we all depend for a living and any kind of a future. This time it is not a dictator or a false ideology, it is not war or a threat of global annihilation from a nuclear conflict. It […]

By Newsday Jan. 13, 2021
We look up to MDC Alliance

After successfully submitting my doctoral disquisition in October 2019, I thought of taking a three-month break as I waited for my examiners’ feedback. This meant travelling to South Africa where my wife and children had been for the duration of my studies. My presence in South Africa made it possible for us to travel to […]

By The NewsDay Jan. 13, 2021
Go Through Main Reasons that Prove Why You Should Invest in Bitcoin

If you are connected with all social media platforms, then you already heard a lot about bitcoin. Well, the most popular term that you heard a lot is bitcoin investment. Did you know what exactly bitcoin investment is?  If not, then you are standing in the right corner because here you are going to know […]

By The NewsDay Jan. 12, 2021
5 Things to Ponder When Getting a Bitcoin Wallet

So, you are looking for the best bitcoin wallet to store after buying. Well, you are absolutely going in the right direction, but the only thing is that you should know what things matter a lot. They also need to know their requirements, i.e., what type of BTC wallet they want, what features they require, […]

By The NewsDay Jan. 12, 2021
Approach climate change from local, interdisciplinary perspectives

The recent curriculum review in Zimbabwe could not have come at a favourable time than the current one. The curriculum review process should instil confidence in stakeholders, designers and implementers to fill in the inherent procedural gaps that made it impossible for children to have a holistic and comprehensive understanding of climate change. This does […]

By The NewsDay Dec. 28, 2020
After COVID, Africa needs to make healthcare a priority

As we approach the end of a disastrous year that brought death, misery and economic hardship for so many around the world, those of us lucky enough to still be here have a lot to reflect upon. Indeed, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic exposed the economic, social and political fault lines in our societies and bared […]

By The NewsDay Dec. 23, 2020
Coronavirus: Christmas and the festive period

This year’s Christmas celebrations are faced with reality of COVID-19, which has brought about untold suffering to humanity. BY Fr Reki Tendai Mashayamombe Christmas celebrations within the church usually attract “big gatherings” as the faithful congregate to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. It is a beautiful celebration of our Saviour’s birth and a time […]

By The NewsDay Dec. 23, 2020
Big things are a sum of small things

AS 2020 comes to a close, I will share with you some pieces I have written over the years that will stimulate you and position you for victory getting into 2021. DEVOTION BY ERASMUS MAKARIMAYI Today’s piece was originally published by NewsDay on Saturday July 6, 2013 titled small things matter. I have added some […]

By The NewsDay Dec. 19, 2020
Don’t waste your time

DON’T waste your time and don’t waste other people time. Time is moving and does not wait for no one. BY JONAH NYONI Last week I said some people are going old, but they are not growing up. Growing up is a choice. Time is moving, and you are growing old. You might waste your […]

By Newsday Dec. 19, 2020
How Magufuli has steered Tanzania down the road of one-party State

TANZANIA’S 2020 general elections resulted in a predictably easy victory for one of Africa’s oldest ruling parties, Chama Cha Mapinduzi. BY NICODEMUS MINDE The National Electoral Commission declared the incumbent, John Magufuli, the winner with 84,4% of the vote. His closest challenger, Chadema’s Tundu Lissu, garnered a paltry 13%. The ruling party also won 261 […]

By Newsday Dec. 16, 2020
Brexit: Boris Johnson heads for high noon

THE “extra-extra-time” London-Brussels Brexit histrionics were only to be expected, because Boris Johnson and his right-wing Brexiteers have told British voters for years they would get something impossible: All the benefits we have enjoyed for decades within the EU with none of the obligations. BY PETER HAIN Most of the detailed legal text for a […]

By The NewsDay Dec. 16, 2020
You are ignoring the arts sector, Mr President

BY WINSTONE ANTONIO Dear President Emmerson Mnangagwa, Your Excellency Sir, I hope I find you well. I am an award-winning journalist with a decorated career that spans over half a decade, covering the arts industry in the country. However, the purpose of this letter is to bring to your attention a sea of problems rocking […]

By The NewsDay Dec. 16, 2020
Establishing an autocratic State

WHILE the pursuit for democracy continues in developing countries and to some extent overriding that of development, globally there is a growing fear that the world is facing a rise in autocratic leadership. The situation is not helped by developments in the United States — the world’s biggest democracy — where Donald Trump has given […]

By The NewsDay Dec. 14, 2020
Earth’s resilience and holding capacity potentially threatened

From time immemorial to the present-day, there has been such a huge passage of time and no one really knows exactly how old the earth is hence people can only speculate. COLUMN BY PETER MAKWANYA How old the earth is may not be the bone of contention right now. What is critical is that, while […]

By The NewsDay Dec. 14, 2020
What opportunities does the AfCTA hold for women?

ACCORDING to the African Union chairperson, President Cyril Ramaphosa, the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) will help advance the empowerment of Africa’s women, by improving women’s access to trade opportunities which will in turn facilitate economic freedom for women, and expand the productive capacities of countries. GUEST COLUMN BY FEMPRENEURS AFRICA “To support this, […]

By Newsday Dec. 14, 2020
Under Boris Johnson, corruption is taking hold in Britain

MANY people view the British government’s handling of COVID-19 and the Brexit negotiations as incompetent and lacking common sense. GUEST COLUMN: Gina Miller But beneath all the controversies about test and trace, PPE and deal or no deal, what if there is an ideological agenda being cunningly and cynically executed during this time of crisis? […]

By Newsday Dec. 11, 2020
Intelligence: The opposition’s missing link

WHAT Zanu-PF is today is reflective of what it has been since its inception; a military or militant party sustained by violent historical links to the war of liberation. GUEST COLUMN: GIBSON NYIKADZINO In today’s post-colonial era, the party has failed to transform and rebrand from a liberation movement or military party into a democratic […]

By The NewsDay Dec. 11, 2020
COVID-19 in South Africa: A critical assessment of the first 90 days

EIGHT months ago, when South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a strict lockdown for an initial 21 days in response to the COVID-19 threat, the decision was widely praised. BY SEAN MFUNDZA MULLER  A few critics, including myself, disagreed. I warned against “a strident ‘conventional wisdom’ which holds that governments and societies should respond through […]

By The NewsDay Dec. 9, 2020
Xenophobia in Durban requires urgent action

THERE has been a sudden, steep decline in the political climate in Durban. guest column:Imraan Buccus People in camouflage uniforms, claiming to be MK veterans, have been making crude xenophobic statements, openly attacking migrants and destroying their stalls and shops. The so-called MK veterans have also publicly aligned themselves with the ultra-xenophobic All Truck Drivers […]

By Newsday Dec. 9, 2020
The Paris Agreement, NDCs, missed opportunities and forgotten voices

THE United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26) conference, which was supposed to be held in Glasgow this December looks set to be postponed, due to COVID-9. BY PETER MAKWANYA The COP26 edition would have been significant, in kick-starting the implementation phase of the historic Paris Agreement, placing emphasis on the nationally determined contributions […]

By Newsday Dec. 7, 2020