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Minister backs corporal punishment

By Bridget Mananavire

Primary and Secondary Education deputy minister Paul Mavhima has said schools and parents must continue administering corporal punishment on pupils but employ proportionate disciplinary techniques.

Professor Paul Mavhima, the Deputy Minister of Primary and Secondary Education
Professor Paul Mavhima, the Deputy Minister of Primary and Secondary Education

This comes after High Court judges have ruled that the use of corporal punishment on children at school and in the home is illegal — though the Constitutional Court still has to confirm the ruling.

Speaking at the presentation of a science laboratory at St Killian High School in Rusape on Tuesday, Mavhima said corporal punishment was necessary.

“Parents, what we only don’t want is for you to kill the children, but punish them. Teachers, punish them and rebuke them for this country to remain in good hands,” Mavhima said.

“We are now old, we want to leave this country in the hands of a generation that will better this country, and this is the generation that we hope is now going to transform this country economically and industrialise it. So, they should be punished, they should be reprimanded for them to be a good generation that we will pass responsibility to.”

The recent ruling by Justice Esther Muremba outlawing corporal punishment on children as was previously permitted by the Criminal Procedure and Evidence Act has raised a storm among the Zimbabwean populace with those in the child rights sector mainly applauding the ruling while others in the general public and some sections of the education sector bemoaning the outright ban as unsuitable for the local context.

The ban was in fact simply an interpretation of the Constitution which in Section 53 outlaws the subjecting of any person, which includes children, to physical (corporal punishment) or psychological torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. Daily News

  • Thats good

  • Thats good

  • People must not misinterprete him, he is nice to obedient people. The minister taught me Geo in 1982.

  • People must not misinterprete him, he is nice to obedient people. The minister taught me Geo in 1982.

  • No to Corporal punishment at all . No to police beating citizens . We can’t move forward using ancient tactics in education. Motivation in learners should created by the Government creating opportunities for young people not motivating by violence in the classroom.

    • Certainly u don’t work at schools

    • are you a teacher. Sometimes coporal punishment is essential.

    • Teachers have to be trained to trained to be good Educators . The approach and mentality need to be changed among Teachers in Zimbabwe that’s why we are facing problems and challenges in our communities .

    • There are others forms of punishment that can be administered if teachers are teachers are properly trained to be educators not to always adminster violent methods . Developed countries are moving forward because they have changed their approach in education while Zim is still stuck in 1980’s methods

    • Mabodza Zoro Everest u r crazy wat do u kno abt training teachers? Wat other forms of punishment do u kno and wat r their advantages over corporal punishment?

    • These developed countries you want to compare with have different cultures from ours altogether. You don’t just copy everything from your rich neighbours just because he is successful… Children need to be disciplined one way or the other.

    • Children must b beaten ,finish n klara ,I dnt hev to b apologetic about that

    • If you look at the name and compare with what then you get the answer kkkkkk

    • Children must be beaten translate to say citizens must be beaten it does not add up. Ko zvatinoti hee takadzidza ndiko here kudzidza kwacho zvimwe zvinhu so zvema policy makers mahumbwe chaiwo.

    • During the 90s Zim was highly ranked in terms of education and corporal punishment was being used in schools what do you mean when you say ancient tactics and that we can’t move forward. I think you should revisit your statistics my friend.

    • During the 90s Zim was highly ranked in terms of education and corporal punishment was being used in schools what do you mean when you say ancient tactics and that we can’t move forward. I think you should revisit your statistics my friend.

    • Violence fits well into ZANU PF gvt institutions, and they are catching them early and instilling in them the spirit of violence.

    • Violence fits well into ZANU PF gvt institutions, and they are catching them early and instilling in them the spirit of violence.

    • even the name Everest tells you more about this lady, teachers must be training to be trained KKKKKKKK anyway corporal punishment is good to our children we must not cry tomorrow when they become social misfits in our communities

    • Have you seen the behaviour of the children in the so called developed countries where corporal punishment is not being administered?Just asking.

    • No to Corporal punishment. Behaviour of learners can not be moulded by employing scare tactics and hostile environments. Look at how people are violent in Zimbabwe kana mapurisa achikurovai moti vashata they are trying to mould your behaviour is that good? We should do away with ancient ways of teaching where a Teacher is seen as the own source of information and learners regurgitate the information. The educator should be a facilitor of learning in the classroom. It can only done in a free democratic environment. Democracy start from the classroom kwete mustreet.

    • No to Corporal punishment. Behaviour of learners can not be moulded by employing scare tactics and hostile environments. Look at how people are violent in Zimbabwe kana mapurisa achikurovai moti vashata they are trying to mould your behaviour is that good? We should do away with ancient ways of teaching where a Teacher is seen as the own source of information and learners regurgitate the information. The educator should be a facilitor of learning in the classroom. It can only done in a free democratic environment. Democracy start from the classroom kwete mustreet.

    • how best can yu mould learners behavior?

    • how best can yu mould learners behavior?

    • h yu bn n a clasrm stuation?

    • h yu bn n a clasrm stuation?

    • une mwana here iwe

    • une mwana here iwe

    • Democracy in school?..I think this is a kid

    • Democracy in school?..I think this is a kid

    • Mazita emu dzanga,ndipe cigarette lighter a smoke my everest hauna nyaya sit down

    • Miss Everest keep quiet

    • Monetswa nemwana uyo kana arimai ndoovaya vekuti baba vakarova mwana vhiki iroro hapadyiwi sadza nekutsamwa kuti waroverei mwana wangu

    • Proverbs 22vs15

    • Proverbs 22vs15

    • munyori why uchida kuuraya vevamwe mwana ngaarohwe ngaapanichiwe we kno how best it works and now inthe countries lyk sa ndinitoshanda nevana vechikoro they tel u stupid or pussy knowing hapana zvavanoitwa such behaviour inongoda shamhu chete

    • munyori why uchida kuuraya vevamwe mwana ngaarohwe ngaapanichiwe we kno how best it works and now inthe countries lyk sa ndinitoshanda nevana vechikoro they tel u stupid or pussy knowing hapana zvavanoitwa such behaviour inongoda shamhu chete

    • Raphael Mazhokota Agree

    • Beat the crap nonsense out of misbehaving kids.

  • No to Corporal punishment at all . No to police beating citizens . We can’t move forward using ancient tactics in education. Motivation in learners should created by the Government creating opportunities for young people not motivating by violence in the classroom.

    • Certainly u don’t work at schools

    • are you a teacher. Sometimes coporal punishment is essential.

    • Sydney

      Its easy to say from behind the desk,go on the ground and see if that works

  • i agree ,ndakaberekwa kuvanhu ndikakurira kuvanhu-shamhu inopedza misikanzwa yemwana-

  • i agree ,ndakaberekwa kuvanhu ndikakurira kuvanhu-shamhu inopedza misikanzwa yemwana-

  • Saka varume ngavabvumidzwe kuranga vakadzi using sjambock handi.

  • Saka varume ngavabvumidzwe kuranga vakadzi using sjambock handi.

  • RUBISH FOOL

  • RUBISH FOOL

  • Guyz mwana ngaarohwe

  • Vana ngavarohwe,simple.Kuranga mwana kwagara kwakangonaka.Ma teachers vanhu vanogara nevana vedu kwenguva zhinji pakukura kwavo.

  • This is in sync with his boss asking his party youths to assault people. This minister is calling calling for our children to be assaulted and traumatised by adults meant to be teaching them.
    So schools will produce PTSD suffering children ready for recruitment by Zanupf to continue with what they would have come to accept to be normal… assaulting other people.

  • Well done minister. Spare the rod and spoil the child. At least someone is being senseable. The reason why Africa wont develop to its full potential is because we simple go along with some United Nations resolutions which in some cases are clearly against our cultural values. If you imprison a parent for disciplining his/her child aren’t you killing the livelihood of the entire family?

    • We need you to join ZANU pf or MDC if u don’t The youths should come and tow you into line. Is that good ?there should be other non violent methods to teach our children in class. We should employ all of them to create a non violent society which tolerate other pple ideas . Innovation and learning comes from an environment that is free to express one’s ideas not an intimidating one

    • Gud l second u

    • ndoozvo

    • I have 25years classroom experience having taught in Cuba,Zimbabwe, Botswana and South Africa you don’t know what you are talking aboutMabodza Zoro Everest. I worked with both white and black children.We need corporal punish in black children schools.

    • Bcz it’s their lyf, look here in SA vana they are overindulged zvisingaite,smoking, bulling, drinking alcohol u name it woti ndine mwana

    • Ukawona uri teacher uchisupporter corporal punishment it means uri mu wrong profession inda ku chipurisa kana chisoja. We need a change of mind set nyika haiumbwe nekurovana kana kupisirana dzimba that’s not development

    • Chipo Changu unenge wanga uri dofo iwe. Shamu inodiwa.

    • True Chipo Changu you are very correct . We should do away with corporal punishment. If a Teacher can not employ other forms disclipline he is in the wrong profession.Kurova handiko kugona kudzidzisa mwana. Nowadays learners should be aloud to gather information on their own and the educator guiding them not zvenyu zvekurova vana. VANODA shamu ndimi vaidyaira

    • True Chipo Changu you are very correct . We should do away with corporal punishment. If a Teacher can not employ other forms disclipline he is in the wrong profession.Kurova handiko kugona kudzidzisa mwana. Nowadays learners should be aloud to gather information on their own and the educator guiding them not zvenyu zvekurova vana. VANODA shamu ndimi vaidyaira

    • Guys do you think mwana anongorohwa asina zvaatadza.Isu tairohwa tikakanganisa and takakura tichiziva and we had and still have respect dispite what is happening in our country.Sure mwana wongosiiwa akadaro nyangwe akanganisa here?

    • Guys do you think mwana anongorohwa asina zvaatadza.Isu tairohwa tikakanganisa and takakura tichiziva and we had and still have respect dispite what is happening in our country.Sure mwana wongosiiwa akadaro nyangwe akanganisa here?

    • Rebecca ur dad vairova vakomana kuchamukwenjera

    • Rebecca ur dad vairova vakomana kuchamukwenjera

    • But look at you now dai taingosiiwa tingadai tichingovawo kumusha

  • First time kunzwa uchitaura zvine musoro

  • If the parent doesn’t give permission for their 7/8/9 etc year old child to be beaten at school so the government just give that permission to the teacher whether u like it or not. Fucked up Zanu 💩💩💩😬. This is not 1980 where a teacher do whatever they want with someone’s else child. Parents should not accept this

    • Cry beloved country kuurairwa nyika ne vanhu Ava takatarisa vanhu vachingoti good. Mangwana ku hamuna kuchinzi mapurisa rovai vanhu muchati good here futi this is nonsense coming from the high office

  • Hey vakuru takakuudzai kare kuti mwana wechikoro anorohwa mukati vane maryts iyezvino muzvikoro hamuchina kana order. Sevasikana vakutovhurira maticha makumbo havo tarisai 6 pa Gifford vanemimba. Kushakadza makumbo evana kwakadii ikoko

  • Good.kurova hatirege

  • Mwana ngarohwe

  • Ku tsvaga kuda kudzinga MA teacher basa

  • I agree 100 percent

  • ndaive nemisikanzwa kuchikoro ,isu tichirohwa asi hapana chaititadzisa kuramba tichienderera mberi nemisikanzwa,shamhu inokosha kumwana wese,

  • The minister is ryt. vana ngavarangwe haikona kupondwa. Even varungu chaivo vanoranga vana vavo zvisineyi kuti mutemo wati chii? ma ministers acho anoisa mitemo yokuti vana vasarobwa vavo mudzimba vanoranga asi voti vedu tisaranga mwana wokura riri dzegwe at last vedu voramba vachingotongwa nevana vavo because they grew up being disciplined. Vangu ndoranga period

    • Healthy wise it’s nt good , it can spread some diseases, imagine beating many kids with one sjambok ? I don’t think u will like that.

    • Healthy wise it’s nt good , it can spread some diseases, imagine beating many kids with one sjambok ? I don’t think u will like that.

    • sjambok? No that won’t be disciplining. inenge yava abuse. Spreading diseases asi anenge worova zvokubudisa ropa kanhi. then yava abuse. Tati vana ngavarangwe not kupondwa

    • sjambok? No that won’t be disciplining. inenge yava abuse. Spreading diseases asi anenge worova zvokubudisa ropa kanhi. then yava abuse. Tati vana ngavarangwe not kupondwa

  • Tairohwa mhani. Hah boys ma teacher anodambura

  • Should ammend the statutory instrument

  • good minister.

  • Some pple here think that an adult and a trained teacher for that matter can wake up, bath and go to work to enjoy beating kids. That’s unbelievable!! Corporal punishment is quick and never enjoyable, hence effective. Kids can enjoy such punishments as sitting on the floor, digging a hole, or being sent out of the class. Kids can be very stubborn if they kno u cant touch them. If yo child is rude to u as the parent is there a better way to discipline than to beat right there on the spot?

    • It’s actually discouraged to use manual work like digging the garden as punishment. They say the person will always resent manual work un adulthood. Akanzi duridza garden anotanga kuti ndaita sei muri kundipa punishment yet it’s not. Kuti uwane chikafu

    • It’s actually discouraged to use manual work like digging the garden as punishment. They say the person will always resent manual work un adulthood. Akanzi duridza garden anotanga kuti ndaita sei muri kundipa punishment yet it’s not. Kuti uwane chikafu

    • Munhu anorohwa generally kkkk. Even these western Countries vanayo punishment isu toda kuita vekubatira pamusoro

    • Munhu anorohwa generally kkkk. Even these western Countries vanayo punishment isu toda kuita vekubatira pamusoro

    • Munhu anorohwa generally kkkk. Even these western Countries vanayo punishment isu toda kuita vekubatira pamusoro

    • Munhu anorohwa generally kkkk. Even these western Countries vanayo punishment isu toda kuita vekubatira pamusoro

  • Thank you for that minister at least vana will behave… But proportion will be difficult to determine

  • Thanx u minister, on this one I am with you coz we have some kids who are plain notorious….if we spare the rod we are killing our kids…and spoiling them….

  • Where are we going with this type of reasoning… complete nonsense…

  • A man of wisdom

  • Nawadays exist dstv which has informative programs based on Children’s rights..corporal punishment is for correctional institutions..military etc…In the 80s Teachers kept fan belts ..pieces of hosepipes and they could use to chaya students..Mazuva ano zvachinja..todays students are diferent 😜😜

    • This is not the 80s. Your wrong to compare a temporary postwar teacher with present day teachers; I support the minister- spare the rod spoil the child

    • Let your child grow wild and be a candidate for the correctional institution vin later life

    • Let your child grow wild and be a candidate for the correctional institution vin later life

    • Gomadza mwana wako neshamu wega . Infact newewo unoda shamu

    • Gomadza mwana wako neshamu wega . Infact newewo unoda shamu

    • 😨😨

    • Lol! mr Matica! you are saying from grade 1 to form 6(A’ level) vese vane misikanzwa vaendeswe kunorohwa kumasoja etc as you said? Apa mangonyorawo zvekunzi musazonzi hamu kupa comment. kkkkkkkk

    • Disagree

  • Mwana wangu akarohwa teacher ndouya ndichirovawo futi

  • No zanu pf at school

  • I’m surprised. People say we should not punish a mischievous kid kid asi tozomupanisha avamukuru kujeri nekuda kwezvatakaregera kugadzirisa ari mudiki.

  • No ways kuchikoro no to corporal punishment pliz especially not to my own children!!!! I can do that myself at home hangu

  • Agreed pupils are going astray nowadays

  • Having been a teacher some years back l think the minister is right.Some children can be ungovernable and blatantly rude if and when corporal punishment is non existent.Vamwe vana havadzoreke hama vanotoda shamhu chaiyo

    • I think that takes great teaching and assessment of the kids to say this one needs extra hand to control some teachers just beat em for trivial mistakes that might only needs encouragement. . I remember my grade 7 teacher aitopinda muclass akabata noted rope ototi Nhasi ndoda kukumamisai. .and that’s early morning .. you’ll all know what a day you’ll have.

    • I think that takes great teaching and assessment of the kids to say this one needs extra hand to control some teachers just beat em for trivial mistakes that might only needs encouragement. . I remember my grade 7 teacher aitopinda muclass akabata noted rope ototi Nhasi ndoda kukumamisai. .and that’s early morning .. you’ll all know what a day you’ll have.

  • Proper minister

  • and yet you are always wondering why kids turn out to be gangsters! ever carried a survey to check how corporal punishment impacts the mind of these kids? yet you will be there be accusing zanu for torturing innocent citizens. those torturers, aren’t they products of this corporal punishment? u teach them violence but when its used against you its now bad? vangu vana havarohwe especially by a frustrated teacher anenhamo dzake munhu oda kupedzera shungu dzake dzekusapiwa pay on top of my precious kid, topinda gehena tese zuva iroro

    • Muchati Bhuu

      How do you propose we punish errant kids?Chuck them out of classes and deny them a good education?

  • Mwana anorangwa.We are Africans not Americans or Europeans or anything else you can name

  • vana ngavarohwe zve ko chii nemi munhu ngarohwe garo kusvika apinda mugwara

  • Good! Shamu pamberi! This nonsense of no corporal punishment is a western culture! How do you raise a child without employing the stick! Students must either conform or face the music. Any parent who thinks their child is too special to be beaten just keep your child at home.

  • ZANU PF are specialists in violence. They can’t see anything wrong with adults physically abusing kids. They are creating a nation of violent citizens who believe in settling differences through physical force. This is one reason why these guys should go. They are archaic dinosaurs bereft of any semblance of reasoning or creativity.

  • ZANU PF are specialists in violence. They can’t see anything wrong with adults physically abusing kids. They are creating a nation of violent citizens who believe in settling differences through physical force. This is one reason why these guys should go. They are archaic dinosaurs bereft of any semblance of reasoning or creativity.

    • I don’t for see these guys going anywhere in the near future. I’m predicting a resounding electoral whitewash for the incumbent next year Mr Maguduru, mark my words

    • They could win and stay. But I don’t believe it would be because they are doing well, and people like their policies. It would be due to other reasons; violence included.

    • That’s what I meant indeed Maguduru and the trend of electoral manipulation has been so consistent since the inception of the real opposition in Zimbabwe. But we can’t continue to be cry babies when the regime’s modus operandi remains unchecked

    • Otherwise the electorate will get fatigued and observe the whole game from the sidelines

    • That’s what’s already happening. Most people are just tired of it all. They have voted and tried all they could but to no avail. ZANU PF only respond seriously to violence. All other means can be manipulated.

  • Spare the rod and spoil the child. Anyway, the law says no. We need to brace for wild children and we should not blame teachers. If a is failing to use the so called modern methods to discipline just two children, how we expect a teacher to discipline a of 40 children from different back grounds? Even Jesus akazombodzityaira nhubu muchurch.kunevanhu vasinganzwi imi, bvunzai judges and magistrates.

  • Well I meant to say if a parent is to discipline just two children how do we expect a teacher to discipline a class of 40 children from different back grounds.

  • He is stupid and inconsiderate, for an educated man he sure isn’t very smart, that is called perpetrating the circle of violence

    • Muchati Bhuu

      Spanking an errant kid is not violence. Did you notice that the high court ruling rejects all forms of punishment. You cant raise a kid who cant be controlled.

  • Beat the kids it’s good . that’s the African way of instilling discipline

  • Even the bible tells us to discipline our children

  • What about corrupt —–?

  • Can someone here give any permissible form of punishment? There has to be some form if punishment in the world so that we live peacefully. Why didn’t you, yes, you, steal that cake from the shop? Is it because you are moral? I guess not. It’s because you wont handle life in prison. Now, if we remove any form of punishment then I’ll be driving a Benz tomorrow. Kids should be punished when still young to avoid jail as adults. Punishment,in whatever form, corporal or not, is necessary. That’s why we have laws. So that offenders are punished

  • Can someone here give any permissible form of punishment? There has to be some form if punishment in the world so that we live peacefully. Why didn’t you, yes, you, steal that cake from the shop? Is it because you are moral? I guess not. It’s because you wont handle life in prison. Now, if we remove any form of punishment then I’ll be driving a Benz tomorrow. Kids should be punished when still young to avoid jail as adults. Punishment,in whatever form, corporal or not, is necessary. That’s why we have laws. So that offenders are punished

  • It’s not like corporal punishment is a way method of teaching, it’s a way of stopping bad behaviour from continuing in both the perpetrator and the potential perpetrator. Only that any form of punishment has to proportionate to the gravity of the misdemeanor and age of the offender.

  • It’s not like corporal punishment is a way method of teaching, it’s a way of stopping bad behaviour from continuing in both the perpetrator and the potential perpetrator. Only that any form of punishment has to proportionate to the gravity of the misdemeanor and age of the offender.

  • Muchati Bhuu

    Taingorohwa magaro wani. But we turned out alright..not even complaining . We know the naughtness and the chances we took back then

  • This is a true parent thank you Minister. You deserve to take over from mr Razaro Dofora

  • This is a true parent thank you Minister. You deserve to take over from mr Razaro Dofora

  • Train up a child in the manner that he should grow so that in the old he will not depart from it.

  • Train up a child in the manner that he should grow so that in the old he will not depart from it.

  • Good minister tangetotyira vana vedu kuti vachafanana neve S.A

  • Kuti ma correction , ma note , kusarovha , kunonoka etc zviitwe panodiwa kashamhu thanx minister

  • That makes sense

  • But really vanhu havato nyare nevana vavo vasina hunhu

  • But really vanhu havato nyare nevana vavo vasina hunhu

  • Anoda kurova ngaarove, kupedza simba nenguva pakurova zvisina chaunowana out of it. kutorwadziwa nyama nokusimudza shamhu. Policy is ane nzeve dzokunzwa ngaanzwe asingadi regawo zvakadaro. Mubereki wemunhu ndiye ngaagroome mwana wake

  • Anoda kurova ngaarove, kupedza simba nenguva pakurova zvisina chaunowana out of it. kutorwadziwa nyama nokusimudza shamhu. Policy is ane nzeve dzokunzwa ngaanzwe asingadi regawo zvakadaro. Mubereki wemunhu ndiye ngaagroome mwana wake

  • Proverbs 22verse15

  • Proverbs 22verse15

  • vana ngavarohwe,mise musingadi kuti varohwe ndimi munojaidza vana tsika dzehutsvina,hezvi vakuputa fodya kuzvikoro nenyaya yevabereki mapenzi asina dzidziso .Mwana akasarohwa haamboita mushe

  • vana ngavarohwe,mise musingadi kuti varohwe ndimi munojaidza vana tsika dzehutsvina,hezvi vakuputa fodya kuzvikoro nenyaya yevabereki mapenzi asina dzidziso .Mwana akasarohwa haamboita mushe

  • mwana kuchikoro ngaamamiswe adzikame not kudherera vadzidzisi

  • mwana kuchikoro ngaamamiswe adzikame not kudherera vadzidzisi

  • No to corporal punishment. Vana ngava rangwe nedzimwe nzira

  • No to corporal punishment. Vana ngava rangwe nedzimwe nzira

  • Children must be punished ; because they are just fucking around with education.

    • So Zanu PF should be killed too they fucked up our beautiful Zimbabwe. Mamwe mateacher anehutsinye kurova kwavanoita hakusi bho even vana vavo havavarove kudaro.

  • Great. The system tht moulded grt leaders

  • Some teachers are very evil minister

  • I told you that this fake education promotes cowardice, self-esteem and greed for popularity. These confused bunch of idiots will never take a break to surprise us with their tomfoolery. Yesterday something was banned, today its allowed, tomorrow its banned and so on. Utter confusion around these pple who can’t come out with a single concrete and final decision.

  • Those who are against corporal punishment there is something you dont see. Children themselves will be cruel to each other. Recently I beat up a boy for removing underwear of girl learners in elementary grades. Should I go to jail for that

  • Mwana ngabhurwe

  • Thumbs up Minister!

  • Corporal punishment works when applied properly,nt abusing it.Hd it nt bn corporal I shouldn’t be where m tdy.Sm pple just want to imitate whites that’s why we hv lawyers like Biti who pretend

  • IFE amkatithibula mapeto take tinapitanayo Pataki xool koma zalelozi

  • Chokwadi

    “corporal punishment was necessary.” completely disagree.

    “we only don’t want is for you to kill the children, but punish them” : the argument is against ” corporal punishment” and not ” punishment” : students can still be punished by other ways that doesn’t involve the infliction of physical hurt.

    He is suggesting that as long as ‘corporal punishment’ doesn’t result in death then it is permissible. There are negative physical and psychological effects.

    “rebuke them for this country to remain in good hands” : what is the objective of corporal punishment ? Qualified students, best overall academic performance. Should a child be beaten for not being good in maths ? To motivate a student ? To deter a student from disturbing others? Is fear of pain the best means to discipline a child.

    Zimbabwean police men believe they have the right to assault people until they ‘ behave’. Zanu PF uses ‘corporal punishment’ to punish those that miss-behave by supporting other parties. Fear and Threats.

    Wisdom is known by her children : ‘ Clive Masiwa’ can share wisdom about success and being rich, because he is rich and successful. Zimbabweans we are not wise : proof, our country is messed up. There is no mystery there,hatizive and tine pride. Successful countries are copying the American system : because it works and it also works for them.

    I can’t even argue about this, understanding is far from thee.

  • The honourable minister is offside

  • The honourable minister is offside

  • William Musazura

    It makes sense because hunhu hwedu kwaparara and crime is beginning to skyrocket in Zimbabwe imagine soo ets start chopping from the grassroots