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Zimbabwe's failures cannot be attributed to human capital

by Stephen Jakes
10 Sep 2018 at 09:15hrs | Views
Mthwakazi Activist Hloniphani Ncube has said Zimbabwe's failures cannot be attributed to human capital, but rather it's a matter of attitude and tribal systematic influence.

He said the Robert  Mugabe administration just like of Emmerson Mnangagwa had brilliant people with good academic profiles but it failed.

"For a country to experience development we need to have strong independent institutions that account to the constitution not individuals. This is a matter of attitude rather than credentials. We are currently seating on controversial elections due to lack of independence within state institutions," he said.

"As long as there is no democracy in Zimbabwe, the future is not certain. It's public knowledge that investors prefer investing in a democratic environment where there is economic and social stability."

He said Zimbabwe is a nation centred on tribalism and with a dark history of seeking to frustrate and silence the freedom of Mthwakazi people.

"Opportunities are given to the people of Mashonaland. In fact ZANU PF is using regional tribal politics to sustain its power. We cannot pin our hopes on ZANU PF, it's equivalent to wasting one's faith. I choose Mthwakazi freedom," he said.

Source - Byo24News