Something is not right in the world we live in today. It is now a world of extreme contrasts, a world where social and economic relations are defined by poverty and wealth and no longer by humanity.
The chickens are surely coming home to roost, as the government’s promise to pay bonuses is quickly unravelling.
Japanese people are familiar with shinrin-yoku or forest bathing — the practice of being immersed in a forest.
WHEN celebrated author, George Orwell wrote his seminal book, Animal Farm, it is agreed he was writing about the Soviet Union, but he could have as well been writing about Zimbabwe, as the book captures what is happening in the country.
TO enjoy believers’ liberty, you have to overcome the lure of the old covenant and extricate yourself from the Mosaic law.
The brand, DStv, scored a first in the comatose Zimbabwean economy for the period July — December 2016. It recorded a whopping $206 million dollars in revenue through electronic transactions as per the Monetary Policy Statement enunciated in January 2017.
The process of success is inseparable from failure. Failure is the reality of life. The road to greatness is decorated and dotted by failure.
LAST year, we discussed the concept of trusts as a means of safeguarding assets and property and limiting personal liability.
RECENT claims by Public Service minister Prisca Mupfumira that her ministry has ordered a survey to find out the number of civil servants interested in being given residential stands in lieu of their 2016 bonuses, have confirmed fears that the broke Zanu PF government just wants to use the exercise to buy time and in […]
ONE does not have to be a contrarian — someone who automatically takes the opposite point of view or shoots down anything to do with, for instance, Zanu PF, out of a sort of knee-jerk reflex — to see that President Robert Mugabe, who turned 93 this week, is well past his peak both mentally […]