The Role Of Music In Delivering The Promise Of Africa

A conversation with Mohombi Nzasi Moupondo, known professionally as Mohombi, is a Swedish-Congolese singer-songwriter and dancer. He grew up in Kista near Stockholm. On the panel, Mutumwa Mawere, Natalie Chivaura & Tinashe Mpasiri.

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The Role of Health and Wellness in Delivering The Promise of Africa

Dr Geness founded Geness Foundation, a non profit charity to enhance the lives of African people in a positive way. The foundation has four main areas of focus that includes health, education, entrepreneurship and sport. Tinashe Mpasiri interviewed her to understand The Role of Health and Wellness plays in delivering the promise of Africa.

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#PublicOfficeCharter of Zimbabwe

This is what the Constitution of Zimbabwe demands of every public official of Zimbabwe. Every public officer should respect the fundamental rights or freedoms of any person – s48-78 (Bill of Rights). Public power should be exercised in a “lawful, prompt, efficient, reasonable, proportionate, impartial and both substantively and procedurally fair” way – s68(1). Any person whose right, freedom, interest or legitimate expectation has been adversely affected by a public official has the right to be given promptly and in writing the reasons for the conduct. – s68(2). Vice Presidents,…

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How can the tragedy of 2008 be avoided in Zimbabwe?

In Zimbabwe, there has been serious shortages of foreign currency (forex) due to a shrinking and non-productive economy and imprudence in economic management. From February 2009, the US$ notes have been the currency of Zimbabwe officially alongside a number of foreign currencies (South African Rand, Botswana Pula, Chinese Yuan and British Pound). In May 2016, the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) announced that there will be an introduction of a surrogate currency called “Bond Notes” backed by a loan facility of US$200 million from Afreximbank in two…

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The main objectives of The 1873 Network

The main objectives of the THE 1873 NETWORK are: To identify, document and showcase Africa’s corporate rich heritage; To provide a platform for the exchange of ideas, experiences and insights on Africa’s challenges and opportunities; To be an advocate for the interests of members on issues that are critical to raise the corporate flag of Africa; To promote the participation of Africans in shaping and defining the agenda for action to make Africa live up to its promise; To assist in building Africa’s capacity to fund the documentation of its…

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The 1873 Network Values

WE BELIEVE THAT: All men are created equal. They are endowed by the Creator with certain unalienable rights. Among these are liberty, life and pursuit to happiness. The individual is a driver of change. Life has no meaning and purpose without faith in the Creator. The sovereignty of nations is less important than the brotherhood of man. Economic freedom can best be won by sovereign humans through a market system. To secure the intended rights of men, governments are instituted among men and they derive their just powers from the…

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