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Who the cap fit let them wear it

Who the cap fit let them wear it

AFTER a long spell of silence, I have decided to think out loud. They say that some people are born leaders, others acquire leadership, while others, still, have leadership thrust upon them! So is stupidity, I will leave that for another day.

Township tourism can drive economy

Township tourism can drive economy

IT sounded like a crazy idea. Themba Ndlovu, an enterprising young man who unfortunately is now late, had an incredible idea to launch a project he called Spankie Tours.

How ‘salarygate’ poisoned reputations: Part 2

How ‘salarygate’ poisoned reputations: Part 2

A crisis can happen to any organisation at any time and it can shatter a reputation that has been painstakingly built over years.

How ‘salarygate’ poisoned reputations

How ‘salarygate’ poisoned reputations

WHEN the news of what is now known as “salarygate” broke out in the Zimbabwean media, there was shock and outrage right across all levels of society.

The fairer sex world cup conundrum

The fairer sex world cup conundrum

FEEL it . . . it is here! The soccer World Cup is finally underway in Brazil. It surely was a long wait, but it was worth it.

Lest we forget the 2010 World Cup

Lest we forget the 2010 World Cup

AS we eagerly await Brazil 2014, the first World Cup hosted in Africa is now part of history. South Africa pulled it off with Fifa boss Sepp Blatter giving them nine out of 10 on his scorecard.

How brands leveraged ZITF: Part 2

How brands leveraged ZITF: Part 2

BRANDS maximise on their participation at exhibitions such as the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) as part of a well planned and executed strategy.

How brands leverage the trade fair

How brands leverage the trade fair

THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) 2014 is now in the past and the dust has settled.

Govt bureaucracy stumps Noah

Govt bureaucracy stumps Noah

GLOBAL warming is now a stark reality. How else can you explain the queer changes in the weather? One can’t tell for sure whether we are in winter or summer.

Journalists are people too

Journalists are people too

WE commemorated World Press Freedom Day on May 3. Locally, a number of activities were lined up to mark one of the few significant contributions that Africa has made to the world community.

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