Morris Mtisi Post Correspondent Speaker after speaker was literally unveiling a legacy . . . a legacy of a life devoted to God and His children, a legacy of an extraordinary principal, teacher, and rector . . . legacy of one fondly loved and missed. Memorable in the speeches was Mr Johannes Mtisi, a Divinity […]
Vince Musewe Economic Consultant The“Transitional Stabilisation Programme” (TSP) announced recently by the Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development, Mthuli Ncube, suggests that the aspirations of Vision 2030 will be realised through five strategic clusters, which are governance, macro-economic stability and re-engagement, inclusive growth, infrastructure and utilities and social or human capital development.
Morris Mtisi Post Correspondent It is a misnomer to continue to place Alpha Institute in the list or bracket of centres of informal education. Indeed the independent college has grown up in leaps and bounds surpassing many colleges that call themselves formal.
Morris Mtisi Education Correspondent Directors, school head, teaching staff and students of Eastern Heights College this year decided to dedicate 2018 Speech and Prize-Giving Night to the late principal of the college Dr R.C Bakare.
THE past week has been characterised by heavy panicking in the market that resulted in shortages of some essentials especially fuel, cooking oil and an assortment of other consumables that make up our daily diet.
Vince Museve We all know that Zimbabwe’s agricultural sector has long been vital to its economic stability and growth.
Tafara Shumba Post Correspondent The appointment of Mr Ndavaningi Nick Mangwana as the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services is one of the most merited promotion done by President Mnangagwa since the advent of the new dispensation.
Tafara Shumba Post Correspondent Listening to the United States President, Donald Trump’s speech at the 73rd Ordinary Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), yours truly could not help but join the leaders of other nations in chuckling at his speech.
THE combination of beauty and brains has paid off for Mutare’s youthful lawyer and model, Tafadzwa Jaricha who was crowned Miss Tourism Zimbabwe 2018 at the national finals in Bulawayo last Saturday.
Economic freedom seems to be eluding the whole of Africa. Reading the book – Why National Fail – by Daron Acemoglu and James A Robinson, leaves one with sadness in that, despite Africa having some of the world’s largest natural resources, we remain locked in a cycle of poverty. Most of it has to do […]