Muzamhindo’s book launch traction spreads across Zimbabwe
High-flying and esteemed academic Dr. Tinashe Eric Muzamhindo is set to launch another extra special book next week titled OIL.
The echoes of this momentous book launch have pervaded the whole country as many people including the academia, Ministers, top government officials, business people and many high profile delegates have since confirmed their attendance.
The events Manager Mr. Sigauke has this morning indicated that there is likely to be an overflow at the OIL launch.
Muzamhindo last year launched a magnificent book which has arguably changed the way people used to perceive certain things.
Since launching his ZIST think-tank, Muzamhindo has been making marvelous strides in his quest to come up with solutions to the problems in the country.
His influence and solution-oriented stance have gained traction across political divide and across all the sectors of the economy.
The ICT Minister Hon. Muswere is expected to launch the book.
According to Dr. Muzamhindo, OIL lubricates and enables moving parts to function as intended.
“This book is mainly for lubricating the different parts and aspects of leadership to strengthen the capacity of organisations, institutions and leaders based on personal experiences, institutional ideas and case studies within and outside Africa”, he said.
“Attention is also paid to organizational goals; goal setting; what splits organizations, and their challenges and their focus on leadership development”, he added.
Other top officials who are expected to grace the occasion include successful banker Dr. Nigel Chanakira, ZERA CEO Mr. Mazambani, RBZ Chief Dr. Mangudya, Deputy Finance Minister Hon Chiduwa, ZANU-PF and CCC Parliamentarians, Air Zimbabwe CEO Mr Tafadzwa Zaza and several corporates.
Muzamhindo’ s OIL PUBLICATION which has since gained traction is expected to be used as a manual for both private and public institutions.
The young academic who authored two journals on child sensitivity and disaster management has emphasized the need for a proper framework for institutions to strengthen their capacity.
The event has received backing from Nyaradzo funeral services, JEDZ owned by local business tycoon Jeremiah Musabayana, Tinashe Chirere ‘ s Martgreen, Monson funeral CEO Dr Michael Monson, 4 May wear, Click n pay, Nakiso Borehole International and many others. The event is expected to pull over 400 participants. Reuters