|The media comedies of errors by the Mnangagwa’s from the events of the past weeks have been interesting in the so-called ‘new dispensation’. Since taking over the reins of the state in November last year in James Bond style, with the assistance of the military, Mnangagwa has been on a massive rebranding exercise aimed at sprucing up his dented historical image. The man has been working the clock up to rebrand his image. From his dressing and daily governance practices, Mnangagwa has been trying to show the world that he is different from Mugabe in all aspects and this seems to send confusing signals to his fores.|
Cameroon today is engulfed in a crisis owing to the unresolved issues of devolution between Francophone and Anglophone states. The root of this problem may be traced back when political elites of two territories with different colonial legacies-one French and the other British-agreed on the transformation of a federal state.
Zimbabwe, once a referred as the bread basket of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) has witnessed a major economic paralysis due to maladministration, corruption and policy inconsistences, among other forces.
The internet has played a very significant role in transforming people’s lives. Its advent has changed the world into a well-connected global entity that gives and receives information regardless of geography. This cyber space has with no doubt created an opportunity, especially, for young people to explore innovative ideas, connect with likeminded people and most importantly have access to learning information that to many, has made 21 st century learning lot more easier.