CORRUPTION basically entails the abuse of entrusted power for personal gain which comes about through dishonest or illegal behavior by those in position of power or holding public offices.
Rungano Dzikira Post Correspondent— While enough scorn and ridicule has been peddled on policy inconsistencies in the country, parallels can be drawn from the recent hike in the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) medical students’ fees hike, as this move nullifies the ‘revamp science’ drive initiative by the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education.
Freedom Mutanda Post Correspondent— In light of recent events in the kingdom of God, the writer asked himself whether the age old saying ‘’religion is the opium of the people’’ popularized by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels is still relevant today. Some of the doomsday spokespeople aver that the end of the world as prophesied […]
John Sigauke Post Correspondent— FOLLOWING a devastating and unexpected defeat of Mrs Hillary Clinton by the Republican candidate, Mr Donald Trump, the Democrats, whom the former was representing, have been placing blame on everything.
President Jacob Zuma says the ANC and SA are ready for a woman as president and he will not contest party’s leadership at the elective conference in December.
THE temptation to dwell on the issue of this other businessman whose wife is having quality time with a broke diamond dealer was too strong.
Freedom Mutanda and Sifelani Tonje Post Correspondents— One way in which Ian Smith responded to the growing influx of guerrillas in Zimbabwe was to attack neighbouring countries that were sympathetic to the cause of the liberation of their motherland. When he struck, he did that with chilling accuracy resulting in the deaths of thousands of […]
YOURS Truly took a sabbatical last week to join friends and relatives in festivities that usually come with the end of the year.
A person who doubts himself is like a man who would enlist in the ranks of his enemies and bear arms against himself. He makes his failure certain by himself being the first person to be convinced of it.” [Ambrose Bierce].