One of the photographs of Midlands State University (MSU) students allegedly assaulted by soldiers on a reported revenge mission at the campus depicting a grimacing scholar shows that it is high time the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) instilled discipline in the force.
Zimbabweans perennially suffer from paralysis of electoral analysis. I am the first to understand why, because we are much too educated, yet totally uninformed on the basics of what amounts to be good, effective political leadership. We get engrossed and overwhelmed — even those of us who hang certificates adorned with college seals on the […]
The urgent appointment of an independent commission to run the City of Harare’s affairs maybe the shrewdest thing that the government can do in light of the mess that has become the capital in general and council affairs in particular.
RECENT political developments in the country have cemented suspicions that President Robert Mugabe is out to ensure a political dynasty in Zimbabwe.
As Martin Luther King Jr once said: “There comes a time when silence becomes betrayal”, and surely 34 years of silence is betrayal of the highest order.
POLICY discord and inconsistencies have been the hall-mark of President Robert Mugabe’s government in the last 37 years. This has often worked to his advantage in outwitting his opponents in both Zanu PF and the opposition, but Zimbabweans must demand an end to this charade now.
The road to independence was not easy. It was full of pain, sweat and ambition.
A VIOLENT wave of floods and incessant rains that swept across the low-lying lands of our country, for a number of months, did not only come as a blessing in boosting the water table, but also came as an agent of destruction and plunder.
Lolly Daskal is one of the most sought-after executive leadership coaches in the world. Her extensive cross-cultural expertise spans 14 countries, six languages and hundreds of companies.