Those who usually say that the devil is a liar have obnoxiously not yet listened to First Lady Grace Mugabe’s coterie of supporters, who seem hell-bent on singing and gyrating for their supper to a youthful woman, who has effectively and drastically, in dramatic Mr Bean repertoire, sprung to contest for the nation’s top post.
Many families have no direction and depend on fate. I have heard many people hide behind a common deception, “it is the will of God”.
This article focuses on the critical need for all leaders to understand themselves first and foremost. Great leadership is an inside job. This means that the leader knows, understands, and owns, their strengths and areas of development.
That Africa is vulnerable to climate change is indisputable. Recent observable effects of this phenomenon in the region include; great water stress, extremities in temperatures, multiple changes in weather patterns, floods, cyclones, to mention only but a few.
Martin Luther King Jnr made the above statement on April 3, 1968. The said statement is both prophetic and inspiring. When Barack Obama was sworn in as President of the United States of America on January 20, 2009, Martin Luther King Jnr’s prophecy was fulfilled.
Just in case readers have concluded that Maxwell Zimuto’s frivolous comment about the Jameson Line represents an historical fact, rather…
Heads of State and Government the world over seem to attract a lot of titles to themselves. A few of the titles relate to their duties while most are acquired as part of the whole process of big ego massaging. As a general rule, dictators acquire the longest and wordiest titles of all. There are very few exceptions to this rule.
Wives have special needs and so do husbands. If these special needs are not met, couples soon get irritated and draw apart.
One of President Robert Mugabe’s enduring characteristics has been his declared hatred of most things British and to a lesser extent all things Western. He portrays Britain as the mother of all evil and ascribes Zimbabwe’s economic failures to the machinations of the British. Britain is his perceived arch-enemy and number one nemesis.
A lot has been said about the fallen Bulawayo giant and Zimbabwe’s national hero, Dr Sikhanyiso Duke Ndlovu. True to most eulogies, tributes and obituaries, he is an outstanding education giant, a scholar par excellence and a luminary in the development of Zimbabwean education.