Just too often, corporates step up to say lofty things about themselves, especially when there are questions around their conduct. This is predictable because capital mostly tends to rebel against […]
Rudyard Kipling was a journalist, short-story writer, poet, and novelist, probably most well-known in today’s society for writing Jungle Book, thanks to Walt Disney whose classic film of that name […]
The government was left scurrying for cover last week after this paper exposed the lies being peddled around the controversial command agriculture scheme and the potential prejudice tax payers will […]
Vice-President Emerson Mnangagwa recently announced intentions to expand the command agriculture scheme into “command mining”, “command health” and even “command education”.
I had the pleasure of speaking to the students and lecturers in the marketing department at Bindura University of Science Education last week as we explored the possibilities that marketers […]
In the 1960s and 1970s, W Edwards Deming developed and introduced his quality-improvement methods into Japanese manufacturing. In two decades, Japanese products, which had been referred to as “Jap scrap,” […]
In a previous installment, we traced through the biblical channels of how some of our cultures had a direct link to God. His spoken instructions to mankind helped to shape […]
As you read this piece, Sarah Mahoka, that once fearsome whirlwind from Hurungwe East, may be licking fatal political wounds — injuries that might easily sound the death knell to […]
The size and strength of any building is determined by the size and strength of its foundation. You can never build a hundred-storey building on a farm brick foundation and […]
It is a phenomenon that we need to nip in the bud as it is not useful to the development of this country.