Mr. Tawanda Nyambirai v Miriam Mutizwa – Part 3

Why are Zimbabweans generally poor? This question speaks directly to the idea of the Banking on Africa’s Future (BOAF) as it cannot be said that what is missing in Zimbabwe are aspirations and opportunities but values. It started as a debate on tweeter Twitter about the underlying causes of the dispute that arose at AGM of the policyholders of FML about the operations of this company. One of the disputes relates to the investment made by FML in the Econet IPO in 1998. It is contended by Mr. Jackson Muzivi,…

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Mr. Tawanda Nyambirai v Miriam Mutizwa – Part 2

The dispute in relation to the origins of the First Mutual Life (FML) dispute will continue to occupy many minds in Zimbabwe not because of the merits of the dispute but because some have sought to characterize it as part of broader agenda to defame and undermine the integrity and reputation of Mr Strive Masiyiwa. Ms. Miriam’s bona fides has been challenged by Mr. Tich Mutyambizi and now by Mr. Tawanda Nyambirai whose interest in facts that clearly fall outside his personal knowledge is problematic and startling. The dispute has…

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Mr. Tawanda Nyambirai v Miriam Mutizwa – Part 1

What started as a conversation on tweeter involving Mr. Tichatonga Mwanawevhu aka Mutyambizi in relation to the facts and circumstances of Econet’s Initial Public Offering (IPO) has now come full circle roping Mr. Tawanda Nyambirai in this bare knuckle fight on where the truth lies. Mr. Nyambirai has responded on his Facebook page stating as follows: We have asked Ms. Mutizwa to respond to the allegations made by Mr. Nyambirai and her Part 1 response is as follows: “I am encouraged that you have responded to my comments regarding the…

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Lady Justice must be blind, says Ms Miriam Mutizwa

A few weeks have seen Zimbabweans being engaged on twitter contesting the idea of justice and how relevant it is that this idea be interrogated to establish whether its absence can cause happiness and safety problems for its peoples. What is justice? And more specifically what is meant by the term Lady Justice? Ms. Mutizwa argues that Lady Justice is a well-established allegorical personification of the moral force in judicial systems. Her attributes are and ought to be a blindfold, a balance and a sword. This artificial woman often appears…

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