Charles Warara of Warara and Associates scored a big first in 2015. After a drawn-out fight, he managed to fix a private prosecution certificate to have Munyaradzi Kereke, an influential […]
South Africa’s new minister of police Fikile Mbalula appears to have approached his new assignment with reckless enthusiasm. He was very recently quoted as having said that his country’s immediate […]
The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) roared to life last Tuesday and ended yesterday under the theme Harnessing Linkages for Industrial Development.
A few days ago I took some guests to loss-making Gushaz Holdings. The milk processing enterprise was doing so badly we had to sell it. Some believe it was a […]
Exploring Strategic Risk, a report by Deloitte, showed how traditional approaches have become inadequate in today’s socially driven world.
How often do you hear the statement “That’s how we’ve always done it?” If you work for an organisation that has been around for some time with established processes, it’s […]
In January 1983, the government of President Robert Mugabe launched a massive security clampdown in Matabeleland and parts of Midlands, led by Fifth Brigade — a division of the Zimbabwean […]
Charles Kuwaza headed the State Procurement Board (SPB) for 15 years from 2000. Close to mid-day last Tuesday, news broke that he had plunged from the ninth floor of Club […]
As usual, I will start with a world famous saying which I made during one of my rallies held around the country.
Ignorance is one of the most deadly weapons that have destroyed many people more than some of the weapons of mass destruction that we hear about. Most believers are not […]