WHEN we were growing up, politics was a pastime activity for the mature and the old. A dangerous pastime so to speak.
AS a certified leadership and success coach, one of the important skills I acquired and require is not necessarily what I learnt at university, but that extra edge.
THE World Bank has projected that Zimbabwe’s economy will grow by 3,8% this year, which, while not being nearly enough, is a reason to smile, as in 2016, it is estimated that it grew by 0,4%.
In June 2016, the Judicial Service Commission (the JSC) flighted adverts for judgeship of the High Court of Zimbabwe, inviting both the President and the members of the public to make nominations to fill eight vacancies in the High Court.
“The doctor sees all the weakness of mankind; the theologian all the stupidity; the lawyer all the wickedness,” said German philosopher, Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860).
The recently implemented data prices, which drive tariffs up by more than 100%, are the latest calculated onslaught on freedom of expression and will only serve to curtail free speech.
It is needless for me to keep explaining the eternal purposes of a family. It is the first community of people that God created and from it, He would fill the earth with humanity, created in His own image. All of us belong to a family and must belong to one.
It has been said that for evil to triumph, good people must sit back and do nothing. I cannot help, but think how true this statement is when we look at our problems as a country. Beyond that, I have had time to think about how we, as Zimbabweans, may in fact be our own […]
News that the MDC-T is dillydallying over campaigning for Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) candidate, Kudakwashe Gopo in the impending by-election makes for sad reading and shows that the formation of a coalition is not as close as many would have hoped it was.
Political populism is anything but new. Nor are its various shapes peculiar to certain regions or cultures.