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Kenya’s ivory burning raises questions

Kenya’s ivory burning raises questions

Kenya’s biggest ivory and rhino horn burning ritual on April 30 2016 was done supposedly to send a message to poachers that there is not enough ivory to trade and that there is need to stop illegal trade. More than 100 tonnes of ivory valued at about $29 million, at today’s black market prices went up in smoke.

Lack of financial transparency causes conflicts in marriage

Lack of financial transparency causes conflicts in marriage

If you carefully look at how the Anti-Christ is infiltrating society these days, you will see a planned trend of not only weakening but rubbishing marriage, the family, and the church. He uses two things money and sexuality.

Dealing with difficult characters

Dealing with difficult characters

Why is it that some people get their kicks by being difficult? Difficult people are a major roadblock to your efforts to building. Dealing with them requires an ability to avoid the traps they lay.

Ship-wreck democracy

Ship-wreck democracy

Zimbabwe seems to be steering towards certain doom due to the leadership napping. The nation is at a crossroads with the political leadership clueless on what to do to salvage its pride. Political activity is at its worst state as men and women spend time frolicking with their selfish ambitions.

A serious contempt of the supreme law

A serious contempt of the supreme law

On February 14, 2016, The Sunday Mail carried an article: No alignment required, promulgate the laws. It was encouraging to get such a witness in the house. The author of this and other Come aboard Series discourses has always put his foot down in arguing that all provisions of the Constitution became binding on the day the Supreme law was assented to by the State president, unless for the provisions whereby the Act is specific about them being held in abeyance.

Pay attention to clear red flags during dating

Pay attention to clear red flags during dating

Love is not blind like what the world would like you to believe. Love has sharp eyes to see and…

Leadership: An honourable ambition

Leadership: An honourable ambition

A LEADER must be sure he is always growing. Continual growth is key to effective leadership, and God is key to growth. There are, however, certain things that a leader can do to activate the growth process.

Touching the untouchable

Touching the untouchable

Since Zimbabwe gained independence, veterans of the war of liberation have been respected and rendered almost untouchable. Rightly so, they have been feted as heroes and heroines of the war. They became revered so much to an extent they could neither be disappointed nor disproved. Sadly this gave them a lot of misplaced arrogance

An honourable ambition

An honourable ambition

Most Christians have reservations about aspiring to leadership. They are unsure about whether it is truly right for a person to want to be a leader. After all, is it not better for the position to seek out the person rather than the person to seek out the position?

Contempt of the Presidency

Contempt of the Presidency

Fierce battles are being fought as Zanu PF attempts to settle the succession score. There are now too many persons of suspicious characteristics that are involved. Some of the parties involved include the security forces, Zanu PF factions, mainstream opposition parties and the almost incapacitated President Robert Mugabe. Of all the factions involved, Generation 40 (G40) is enjoying an upper hand.

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