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Zimbabwe’s January 2020 Letters of the Month

Zimbabwe’s January 2020 Letters of the Month

January 2020 came and it’s now gone, but there are some things that happened in it that really stands out especially in the world of communication.   In this regard, these two letters stood out, a press release from the Zimbabwe Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services and another one, a letter from the Zimbabwe Republic Police addressed to the MDC.     The Zimbabwe Ministry...

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Zimbabwe’s Preparedness for the Corona Virus Questioned while WHO Declares the Pandemic a Global Public Health Emergency

Zimbabwe’s Preparedness for the Corona Virus Questioned while WHO Declares the Pandemic a Global Public Health Emergency

The World Health Organization has declared China’s Corona virus a global emergency following reports that the virus is confirmed to have spread to some other countries raising fears for catastrophic consequences if it gets into countries with less developed health related infrastructure. “I am declaring a public health emergency of international concern over the global...

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Weak Parliaments, Corruption and Primitive Banking Systems in Sub Saharan Africa Are a Good Haven for Terrorism

Weak Parliaments, Corruption and Primitive Banking Systems in Sub Saharan Africa Are a Good Haven for Terrorism

Ansar al Sunna is the name of the Islamist group which is wreaking havoc in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique where the government have been using COIN (counter insurgency) and law enforcement tactics to deal with the group since the eruption of violence in 2017.  Violence in Mozambique has intensified with the increased presence of foreign nations,...

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Africa, 4IR and the Youth Are the Main Attractions of This Decade

Africa, 4IR and the Youth Are the Main Attractions of This Decade

The month of January 2020 ushered a new year and a new decade at the same time, a reality and dispensation which calls for introspection, process reviews and new strategies towards redefining personal, corporate and national goals and identities. In the pursuit of this objective, it is important to quickly highlight that Africa, 4IR and...

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Zim Comedians Are the New Bosses in Town

Zim Comedians Are the New Bosses in Town

Even though things are tough in Zimbabwe at the moment, it is actually a little relief that its comedians can at least make you laugh and look at the lighter side of life. However, that is not all there is it to know about these fun filled, joke cracking individuals whose financial muscle is getting...

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MDC-T Vice President Obert Gutu Resigns

MDC-T Vice President Obert Gutu Resigns

Controversial MDC-T politician Obert Gutu has resigned from the party where he was the vice president. Writing on Twitter, he said that he is doing it for personal and private reasons. “For purely personal and private reasons, I’m resigning from the MDC-T with immediate effect. Kindly be advised accordingly”. He wrote on his Twitter account....

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The MDC’s Harvest House Ransacked for Machetes and Subversive Materials

The MDC’s Harvest House Ransacked for Machetes and Subversive Materials

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) yesterday ransacked Harvest House, the MDC’s headquarters in search of machetes and other subversive materials. A search warranty which was used for the operation showed that there was reasonable grounds for believing that there were machetes and subversive materials that could be used for criminal purposes especially the commission of...

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