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Ms. Miriam Mutizwa’s Open Letter to Ms. Tsitsi Masiyiwa – Part 1

Below is an open letter to Mr. Tsitsi Masiyiwa, a philanthropist in her own right and the wife of Mr. Strive Masiyiwa, the founder and Econet Wireless Private Limited, (Econet), written by Ms. Miriam Mutizwa, in response to the storm that has ensued following Ms. Masiyiwa’s tweet that she has since deleted on her worldview that some of the people calling for justice are not genuine as in her considered opinion that such campaigns are in truth and fact sponsored by nameless and faceless principals. “Having read Ms. Masiyiwa’s threat…

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What peace&security is Buyanga talking about when our property is not safe? asks Ms. Miriam Mutizwa

Ms. Miriam Mutizwa, an activist based in the UK, has been searching for the correct words to express her disappointment at Mr. Buyanga’s insincerity when he wrote an ill-conceived and misguided letter to the United Nations Secretary-General Mr Antonio Guterres asking him to consider Zimbabwe for a seat in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) as a non-permanent member, saying the peace and stability the country has enjoyed over the years deserves such recognition. Ms. Mutizwa said: “In this unfortunate letter, Mr. Buyanga stated as true and fact that: “There is…

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Mrs Dirusha Ganapathy Juta says Africa’s better days are yet to come

Today, Mrs Dirusha Ganapathy Juta, Founder and Managing Director (MD) of Beyond Transform, a human capital consultancy firm based in Sandton, South Africa, who was a guest at the 1873 FM radio station said that Africa’s better days are yet to come if the traditional paradigm on human capital is changed to respond to the needs and aspirations of our people. Please listen to her in her own words:  

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Former President Zuma rebuked by the SA ConCourt on the mischief in respect of the SADC Tribunal Decision

Former President Zuma was yesterday rebuked by the Constitutional Court (Concourt) for acting unlawfully, irrationally and unconstitutionally together with other leaders of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) when they decided under pressure from the Zimbabwe government to suspend and dissolve the SADC Tribunal’s activities. The Concourt ruled in favour of a group of Zimbabwean farmers assisted by AfriForum, a non-state actor established to protect minority rights. The group of Zimbabwean farmers after exhausting domestic legal and constitutional remedies approached the SADC Tribunal who mandate at the time included the resolution…...

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Mutumwa Mawere on Prof Mutambara’s Path to Power book

Mr. Mutumwa Mawere, the Chairman of the 1873 Network, attended on Monday, 3 December 2018, the launch Professor Mutambara’s book, Path to Power book, hosted by the GIBS Business School where he made his remarks about the lack of a shared understanding of the ancestry and anatomy of power as it relates to statecraft matters. “In my opinion, the premise on which this book is written is that Professor Mutambara has traversed a journey from birth to the day he assumed the post of Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) in…

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My problem with the likes of Mr. Lloyd Msipa, contends Ms. Miriam Mutizwa

Ms. Miriam Mutizwa, the founder of a group under the name Legal Eagles that seeks to provide a platform where insights, ideas, knowledge and experiences are exchanged with a view to broadening and deepening our understanding on concepts around legal and constitutional questions, contends that people like Mr. Lloyd Msipa who are generous with opinions on many things actually pose a real and systemic problem to the democratization of democracy in Zimbabwe. This is what he posted on his Facebook Wall: Mr. Msipa contends that it is important that companies…

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Mr. Elvis Mugari says age has no bearing on problem solving

Mr. Elvis Mugari, a social activist and a member of the Friends of SMM (FOSMM), in response to the plot by Zimbabwe’s War Veterans to force Zanu-PF, the ruling party, to make a constitutional amendment that will raise the age limit of presidential aspirants from 40 to 52 years that is specifically designed to block Nelson Chamisa, the 2018 MDC-Alliance Presidential candidate, from contesting against President Emmerson Mnangagwa in the 2023 general elections, says age has no bearing on problem solving. It is the case that Mr. Chamisa is 40…

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