Let's stop the rot in the country

EDITOR — This is the problem in Zimbabwe, top executives are bleeding organisations, spending too much on themselves.

The cars and luxury they enjoy is not a reflection of an economy that is under-perfoming.

It does not apply to ZBC alone.

While it is for a worthy cause if checks and balances are not put in place the serious abuse of funds by executives at the expense of organisations they serve will continue unabated.

Some of the executives will start handling such organisations as if they are personal property.

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I actually also complained sometimes its not only rape but its abuse of children especially in schools. The Ministry of Educatio tells school authorities to deal with parents who have not paid fees but it seems Head and teachers think everybody is paid on their pay day. Once they get paid they fire children from school. So if they are paid on the 18th and you get paid on the 30th it means 2 weeks your child will be out of school. Some even abuse the students when they fire them as if they are the ones who pay the fees, e.g the Deputy Head of Mutendi High School.

Maita Manyuka - 10 October 2013

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