In this world of information technology things seem to be evolving faster than we are able to keep track. Something that is useful today can wake up the next day obsolete and irrelevant.
WELL I think it is still appropriate for me to welcome you all to the New Year. I am not sure what your plans are as individuals, couples or families, but I am certain in my heart that you have some plans in place.
LUKE 1 vs 67-75, “And Zacharias his father was filled with the Holy Spirit, and did prophesy, saying… Blessed is the Lord, the God of Israel, because He did look upon, And wrought redemption for His people…
The New Year is a few days old now and the dark clouds of misfortune and uncertainty are stubbornly hanging over the heads of Zimbabweans as if to relay the unsavoury tidings of impending misery.
Notwithstanding the pervasive suffering afflicting most of her people, Zimbabwe’s future looks bright on account of her great people.
Some of the problems in Africa are man-made. Africa is so rich in resources, but affected by innumerable problems. What Africa needs is not necessarily the medicines for our ailments, or food donations, but better leadership.
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It’s just two more Thursdays before the year ends and I am excited to realise that for the whole year I have consistently written to you some awesome articles on marriage and relationships.
Once leaders have realised that there is nothing unnatural or necessarily damaging about criticism, and that in any case they are going to learn to live with it, the question is, what is the best and most creative way to handle it. Here are some basic ground rules.
Victoria Falls had a major boost in its economic activities as it hosted the entire crème de la crème of Zanu PF’s political establishment.