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Posted by Zimbabwe Today on Friday, 20 October 2017
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.
Is Pastor Evans Mawarire a soldier of fortune? Is he an opportunist? Listen to what Bobby Supiya from the UK had to say.
Is it the case that there exists a pervasive illiteracy about public power? If illiteracy abounds, what follows or ought to obtain? It means its allocation necessarily becomes distorted and undemocratic. The inevitable reality is that proximity to it or its equivalent makes those whose names and lives that are attached or associated to any pole public office bearer an attractive candidate.
It can be concluded that the women who have broken what ordinarily is a political glass ceiling have been or are associated with political male names who have assumed the high offices or persecution in their journeys to the the throne.
South Korea is a democratic nation and one is tempted to accept the proposition that political outcomes should reflect the retail domocratic will yet the reality is that the ordinary retail public actor is more often than not alienated with the real facts that permit power distortions and implicit nepotism.
Human civilization is pregnant with case studies that are instructive in assisting anyone interested in better understanding what is and ought to be the the relationship of man and power and why its distribution like is the case with wealth uneven and skewed in favour of a few.
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I’m here to share my thoughts and ideas on certain topics I choose to tackle on my radio show that is on the online station 1873FM.
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Anyways below is the topic we will be discussing on the show in the afternoon later today.
I will update my posts based on the day’s topics or question of the day, including features of interviews that have in-studio.
Today’s discussion will be based on ‘BRANDING’ finding out what big “brands” we consider influential and also asking the question of whether a person can actually be a brand or is only reservation for corporations?
In short this is what I want to share with you in line of the topic for today:
When you Google the definition of ‘Branding’ what you find in the Business Dictionary website is that it is defined as “The process involved in creating a unique name and image for a product in the consumers’ mind, mainly through advertising campaigns with a consistent theme. Branding aims to establish a significant and differentiated presence in the market that attracts and retains loyal customers.”
It is quite clear that the idea of perception is key to the discussion of Branding. Also the words; “unique name”, “image”, “customer” and “product” suggests the understanding that branding can possibly be opened to businesses and also people.
But then the question is; how can a “person” become a brand if the word itself is described as managing of a product to create interests and attaining local customers to the product.
This will be a discussion that is unpacked in full the Afternoon Drive on 1873FM today from 15:00 – 18:00 (CAT),
It should be fun, so do tune in there might be a few we can all learn together and possibly understand on a bigger scale.
So yah, that’s Lucky Token on the radio this afternoon.
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When Minds Meet: A Conversation with Mr Mutumwa Mawere
Join Mr. Mutumwa Dziva Mawere in his book When Minds meet, a collection of articles that were wrote for the Newsday, a Zimbabwe daily newspaper.The articles focus on a variety of subjects that speak to the concept of identity and citizenship against a background where the majority of Africans feel excluded from the economic mainstream notwithstanding the promise of independence.
The central theme of this book is that it is vital to begin to engage in conversations and when minds meet, they should not just exchange facts but transform and reshape them with a view to creating new ones. We all have been told and accepted that Africa’s condition is a consequence of the conspiracy of external forces and rarely do we as Africans look at ourselves in the mirror to establish whether we have played and continue to play a part in undermining our own future.
I urge you to grab yourself a copy and let us engage in discourse. Follow the link below or contact me directly on +27 81 430 0263 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Royalty vs Democracy. Which below as we unpack the different aspects of power throughout is different forms. The Continental Sunrise Breakfast Show team looks at King Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia