Harare - Former Zanu PF Youth leader for Harare province Godwin Gomwe has warned that President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace's hostility towards key provinces could lead to heavy electoral defeat in the upcoming elections in 2018. Gomwe was speaking in response to the President who appeared to lambast Masvingo...
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe clung to the vestiges of office on Sunday, using a TV address to maintain he was still in power despite a military takeover and a mounting clamour for his autocratic 37-year rule to end. His address left many Zimbabweans confused after expectations were raised that...
A new opposition coalition has been launched in Harare this Friday. The coalition to be known as the People’s Rainbow Coalition was  launched in Borrowdale at Mai Joice Mujuru’s residence.  The new coalition will be led by Mai Mujuru and will contest the 2018 harmonized elections. The parties that make...
The Zimbabwe Defence and Security Services says Operation Restore Legacy has come to an end. Addressing a press conference at Josiah Magama Tongogara Barracks this morning, Commander of the Zimbabwe National Army Lieutenant General Philip Valerio Sibanda said Operation Restore Legacy has achieved its purpose to apprehend criminals around the...
By Maynard Manyowa Internet shaming has become a serious challenge in Zimbabwe. Mostly because at times people are shamed without the real story being known, but lately because a few mischievous and less than human individuals have resorted to creating deliberately false information, making it viral, and then shaming whoever...
By Rational Zimbabwean I am a fan of literature, of which most of George Orwell´s portrayals have stood the test of time, remaining as true, if not truer, more relevant and clearer today as they were on the initial time of scribbling. Animal farm is one such piece. After conquering the...
Robert Mugabe agreed on Sunday to resign as Zimbabwe’s president hours after the ruling ZANU-PF party fired him as its leader following 37 years in charge, a source familiar with the negotiations said. ZANU-PF had given the 93-year-old less than 24 hours to quit as head of state or face...
Mazowe - Zimbabwe's first lady, Dr Grace Mugabe has illegally grabbed a near century old dam between Mazowe  and Bindura, cordoning it off, sending hundreds of fishermen packing, Khuluma Afrika can reveal. The dam, which belonged to Zimbabweans, was a source of both livelhood for several fishermen and their families, as...
Bindura - Zimbabwe's first lady Dr Grace Mugabe spent the best part of an hour at a provincial youth interface rally hosted in Bindura today speaking about everything else except matters that affect the youth in the country. Grace Mugabe, whose supporters affectionately call Amai - a Shona word for a...
By Maynard Manyowa  For 16 chastening years, Zimbabwe has been failing to meet its local demand for grain. Specifically, maize, its staple food. The consequences of that have been devastating in their simplicity; millions in perpetual need of food aid, more millions trapped in a ‘hunger on repeat’ horror sequel, even...
By Patson Dzamara The legacy of colonialism in Africa has largely affected the idea and nature of the post-colonial state. It is in the wake of decolonization (with all its attendant meanings) that discourses of Negritude, Pan-Africanism, Afropolitanism, Marxist Socialism, Neo-colonialism among others took root. In the efforts to reimagine...