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MDC Official Publishes a world class book
10 Dec 2014 at 11:47hrs | Views
Shephard Dube of the Welshman Ncube led MDC recently published a book titled "Better Than Wall Street: The Land of Milk and Honey via Amazon.
The book has received great reviews from a number of people from around the world, mainly from the USA, UK and South Africa.
The book speaks about investment opportunities available in Zimbabwe and Africa at large. It tracks the history of the country and out lines.
One review reads : "Better Than Wall Street: The Land of Milk and Honey", avails to the world wealth creation information that has been for far too long been kept for the selected few. It demystifies and unveils the country that has funded world super powers for more than three millenniums; it further explains how every human being on planet earth can partake of the wealth.
This is one book that can lead anyone to unprecedented financial prosperity regardless of age, sex or race. It explains in detail but straight to the point the history, the society, the politics, and the economy of the secret and mysterious Land of Milk and Honey.
A charismatic young award winning entrepreneur from the Republic of Zimbabwe, Shephard Dube is a respected investment consultant, business and economics analyst. He is an outspoken advocate for democracy and African Nationalism.
He is the founding and former Executive Vice President of a leading multi-corporation company, Amavulindlela Group of Companies. He currently serves in a number of both local and international boards and is the Chief Executive Officer of Ophir Capital, an upcoming investment consultancy firm.
The book is available for download on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Better-Than-Wall-Street-Honey/dp/1505378141/ref=la_B00QKFLYFO_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1418214356&sr=1-1
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