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As elections time draws near, Harare West Member of House Assembly Jessie Fungayi Majome is poised to bag another term. Namibia based intellect, Luckson Zvobgo argues that Harare West Constituency is a different constituency because it has people who belong to the middle class. “People in Harare West are middle class...
By Dirk Frey So it looks like this flag honeymoon is over. Evan Mawarire is now reportedly camped in the USA, and the once united social media movement is disintegrating and imploding. I see a bunch of folks hurt and disappointed at Pastor Evan gapping it overseas (despite so many others...
By Farai Maguwu I, Farai Maguwu, am distressed to learn that MDC-T leader Morgan Richard Tsvangirai has signed an MOU with the National People First leader Joyce Mujuru. First, this coalition is insufficient to deal with electoral fraud by ZANU PF. It does not address the militarization of the electoral...
With elections drawing closer by the day, the battle for the hearts and minds of Zimbabweans is in full swing, a battle which I dare say is going Zanu PF’s way unless something drastic changes in the months leading to the polls. Candour: NQABA MATSHAZI Let us forget about electoral and...
By Mlondolozi Ndlovu Harare - War veterans chairman Christopher Mutsvangwa has said all the country’s former liberators were equals, adding that nothing gave their patron President Robert Mugabe any superior position than the rest. Addressing a media briefing on Monday, Mutsvangwa also launched a scathing attack on Higher and Tertiary Education Minister...
By Hubert Sithole A hot potato is a sensitive situation or controversial issue that is difficult to handle and thus gets passed from one person to the next (like a potato that is too hot to hold). When the hot potato is a person, in this case a former President,...
The Southern African Confederation of Agricultural Unions (SACAU) is joining a global call to make agriculture insurance available as one of the tools to help farmers in general, and smallholders in particular, to adapt to the challenges of climate change. “We understand how farmers across southern Africa have been affected...
The 14th of February 2018 will forever be remembered as a huge day in the SADC region in general and Zimbabwe in particular. Edgar Lungu of Zambia reshuffled cabinet, a move which defies any rationale, Jacob Zuma of South Africa was forced to resign under mounting pressure and a...
By Patson Dzamara The unprecedented rise of the citizens’ movement in Zimbabwe gave ordinary citizens a loud and bold voice. After the disbanding of the GNU and the 2013 elections, Itai Dzamara was the first citizen to boldly stand up, speak out and act against ZANU PF's failure to run the...
Guest Column by Zimbabwe's President, Emmerson D Mnangagwa (Originally published on New York Times HARARE, Zimbabwe — In November, the Zimbabwean people, led by our youth, went to the streets peacefully and joyfully, determined to have their voices heard. They called for freedom, progress and a new way of doing...
2017 ended on a high for us, with the unbelievable resignation of the two man band of terror: the irascible Grace and the narcissist Bobby Mugabe. Another favourite part was that the same Constitution and courts that they bullied into legitimising their whims and desires, turned on them and...