Power to the People

The government in Zimbabwe lacked a policy that valued its manpower retention. The ruling party, through its policies, pushed out most of the able-bodied manpower, the productive sector of the population and did not care even if it meant ruling a handful of the ailing and old people, after all the able-bodied had fled the dictatorship.

Nancy Lazarus, shares an insightful chronicle of the events of the troubled nation of Zimbabwe and the politics of the day

Find out more: Power to the People

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