Our Voices Count…Elections Let's Appoint, Re-appoint and Dis-appoint

In life, they are different kinds of people, those who watch things happen, those who want things to happen and those who make things happen. Let us not be found watching and wanting things to happen when we are capable of making them happen. As such, this verse is going to emphasize on the importance of us, young people, who make things happen by ensuring that our voice is heard in all decision-making processes that affect us.

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Harare City Council’s Crisis of Legitimacy, False Entrepreneurship + Crony Capitalism.

The Harare City Council (HCC) has recently decided to embark on a a 'name and shame' advertorial campaign of its debtors in the local press. This is an additional course of action to the already deployed and very unpopular private debt collectors called ' Wellcash Debt Collectors ' (ironies never cease). In its rabid pursuit of those that owe it rates, HCC has chosen not to hide its new 'business oriented'/profit approach to local government.

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African Youth: What Is Our Responsibility?

The immensity of youth in Africa in terms of population has been a subject of discourse among many forums in different contexts. The youth demographic has been lauded by some as a resource that needs to be tapped into for the benefit of the continent and discredited by others as a strain on available resources and a source of the ills faced in their respective communities such as high crime rates and radicalization by terrorist groups among others.

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MDC Alliance: Nostalgia, Spoils and Last Chances

Zimbabwe’s largest opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) has decided to take a big political risk for the forthcoming 2018 harmonised election. It has decided to reach out to not only its one time members/leaders who left it in acrimonious circumstances but also other parties and begin a public process of setting up what it now calls the MDC Alliance.

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