Pushing The Envelope On Leadership Literacy With UDM Leader General Bantu Holomisa – 11/10/17

Pushing The Envelope On Leadership Literacy With UDM Leader General Bantu Holomisa – 11/10/17

On Wednesday 11 October 2017 The 1873 FM was blessed to have the interview with UDM Leader General Bantu Holomisa Pushing The Envelope On Leadership Literacy. General Bantu Holomisa who has been in politics for a very long time share with us on his life during the struggle in South Africa. Click on the soundcloud link below and listen to what went down.

 

Change the World by Trueverb

Change the World by Trueverb

Change the World by Trueverb The 1873 FMThe 1873 TVMutumwa Mawere@Mutumwa Mawere

Posted by Zimbabwe Today on Tuesday, 3 October 2017

THE 1873 – NATIONAL BUSINESS FORUM – A conversation with Mr John Stewart

THE 1873 – NATIONAL BUSINESS FORUM – A conversation with Mr John Stewart

THE 1873 – NATIONAL BUSINESS FORUM – A conversation with Mr John Stewart The 1873 FMThe 1873 TVMutumwa MawereMutumwa Mawere

Posted by Zimbabwe Today on Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Leadership is not a quick 100m race, it is a lifelong marathon.

Leadership is not a quick 100m race, it is a lifelong marathon.

What is leadership? What is expected from a leader? Do leaders really exist or humans do?

In your leadership journey, it may at times feel tiring, and you may feel like you’re ascending those 5164 steps of the Great Wall of China. At times it may feel lonely and cold, as if you too are running from Tomtor to Oymyakon. There may be times where it’s a lot of fun, and you feel like you’re doing the Walt Disney World marathon. Other times, it may be scenic, and you will feel like you’re beating against the cool Cape Town breeze as you take part in the Two Oceans marathon. No matter where you are in your leadership journey and no matter what it has felt like in the past or how it feels like at the present moment, you must build up your endurance capacity so that you may run and run well. #Leadership #The1873Network #The1873FM #The1873TV

Tune in on www.the1873fm.com if you want to understand and learn about leadership.

By Raphael C Moyo

The Future I want – The Power of Knowledge

The Future I want – The Power of Knowledge

Knowledge has the power to create ripples of hope yet all too often it is trapped in the small minds that refuse to share it in the mistaken hope that it can mutate into inventory to be used later in the journey of life.

The mind holds it but there is no mechanism of a third party knowing what its value is without the holder expressing it in word and deed.

What is required to be done to secure a future that is agnostic? It starts with me. This week was eventful and it occurred to me that the art of corporate story telling needs to be cultivated so that those who may choose to limit their universal to what is in their minds may pause and reflect on the countless things that are happening in our communities without our knowledge.

Written by: Mutumwa D Mawere.

The future I want Week in Review – 25 August 2017

The future I want Week in Review – 25 August 2017

The Future I want – The week in Review

Posted by The 1873 TV on Friday, 25 August 2017

Mentee Circle – Episode 3 – Conversation on building communities of shared interests

Mentee Circle – Episode 3 – Conversation on building communities of shared interests

Mentee Circles – Episode 3

Posted by The 1873 TV on Monday, 31 July 2017

Literacy Shows On The Continental Sunrise Breakfast Show – 5 July 2017

Literacy Shows On The Continental Sunrise Breakfast Show – 5 July 2017

Literacy Shows On The Continental Sunrise Breakfast Show on 5 July 2017. In today’s show we look into Understanding the subject of human life and how it ought to be lived and how government and other institutions come into play. We also look into broader issues of mentorship and broader issues of citizenship, as to what it means to be a citizen. What does it mean to be human?
The Declaration was adopted unanimously by the Fifth Virginia Convention at Williamsburg, Virginia on June 12, 1776 as a separate document from the Constitution of Virginia which was later adopted on June 29, 1776. In 1830, the Declaration of Rights was incorporated within the Virginia State Constitution as Article I, but even before that Virginia’s Declaration of Rights stated that it was ‘”the basis and foundation of government” in Virginia. A slightly updated version may still be seen in Virginia’s Constitution, making it legally in effect to this day.

Hosted by Tinashe Mpasiri.
www.the1873fm.com

The Africa I Want With Rafael Savimbi

The Africa I Want With Rafael Savimbi

The Africa I Want on Pushing the envelope of knowledge With Rafael Savimbi. Rafael Savimbi is the son of late Angolan rebel leader Jonas Savimbi. He is the Secretary General of Angola’s main opposition party, Unita. Rafael holds a degree in business from a university in Ghana.

In this interview with The 1873 FM (www.the1873fm.com) Savimbi elaborates the need for a transparent government and softer Laws which govern the country. He said people are failing to invest in Angola due to strict laws to acquire visas.

Listen to the conversation as to how it unfolded.

Hosted by Tinashe Mpasiri & Naledi Boltina.
www.the1873fm.com