On the face of it, there are many situations in which doing something that makes us happier fails to make our lives more meaningful.
A South African-based researcher and lawyer Derek Matyszak says it is difficult to tell who is actually running the government of Zimbabwe as many of the decisions are now being made by the Office of the President and Cabinet which is run by a relative of Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Zimbabwe has been ranked the 13th most fragile State in the world by the Fund for Peace, a ranking that was recently rubbished by President Robert Mugabe who argued that it was the most highly developed country in Africa after its neighbour South Africa.
Mashonaland Holdings after tax profit for the half year to March 31 grew 51 percent on the prior year to $984 748 after fair value adjustments in quoted securities.
Former Finance Minister and People’s Democratic Party leader Tendai Biti says the proposed coalition of Zimbabwe’s opposition parties has not agreed on a leader yet and any one of the leaders of the 15 “serious” parties involved in the talks can become a leader.
The debate on the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission Bill was adjourned last week when tempers flared in the House with Norton legislator Temba Mliswa threatening to square up with Uzumba Member of Parliament Simba Mudarikwa who had allegedly shouted “pfutseki” at him.