By Anthony Chiromba Breastfeeding sounds like a straightforward thing to most of us: the woman pulls out a breast, stuffs it into a wailing child’s mouth and we once again have our peace of mind. And the moment we mention breastfeeding, the men wash their hands clean of the matter,...
By Whitlaw Mugwiji Former Hong Kong anti-corruption administrator Bertrand de Speville in his book Overcoming Corruption says, political will is the key driver in fighting corruption. I could not agree more with this statement, more so in regards to Zimbabwe where we have all the tools to deal with corruption...
Harare - Parallels between the new President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his predecessor Robert Mugabe are getting bolder and bolder, as the former steers clear of the latter's ruinous habits, of ever flying, attending every inauguration, and a blotted cabinet. Just days into Mnangagwa's presidency, encouraging signs have emerged, which analysts have...
By Maynard Manyowa  Robert Mugabe ought to be in a precarious position right now. His government, bankrupt, is battling to control poverty, unemployment, and struggles to pay its own work force. The situation, which is bad, to say the very least, long spiraled out of control. Over the last year there...
Harare - Major entrances and exits in and out of the city's central business district have been cordoned off by municipal officials in preparation for the international carnival being held today. All roads along the CBD which give access to Jason Moyo avenue are closed, creating an effective barrier separating the...
Harare - Investigations into illicit and illegal activities led and directed by the former first lady of the country Grace Mugabe have intensified, amid indications the government will make a huge statement soon regarding her involvement in ivory poaching, Khuluma Afrika has learnt. Grace Mugabe, who is now subject to a...
By Mlondolozi Ndlovu Movement for Democratic Change Vice President Nelson Chamisa has shot down at any attempt by other opposition political parties to lead the much-envisaged coalition saying his party leader Morgan Tsvangirai had worked so much and that he was the only capable candidate to lead the coalition. Chamisa who...
By Rodwell Nyika Having perused an article that was in the Newsday of 9 November 2016 captioned ‘’Unemployed soccer playing graduates need exorcism’’ I have since then established your utterances to be a product of insincere leadership, dishonesty and out of sync with reality I quote ‘’If you are that...
By Prince Noble Butawo I hope this letter finds you out of custody my brother, since remand prison has become your second home. You deserve title deeds to that place. Ok, that’s the first chuckle to lubricate what will be an honest letter. Firstly, i would like to say compliments of...
By Fungai Chiposi Almost everyone including the internet activists themselves, view internet activism with great derision. Remarks like, “hiding behind keyboards” and “come to the ground” are thrown about with a huge amount of carelessness. It seems as if internet activism is practised by the lowest form of humanity worthy...
In Zimbabwe, cancer is on the prowl, leaving several devastated victims dead, or barely clinging to life. With the cost of treatment out of reach for many, if not all, and only two hospitals capable of dispensing cancer treatment, a diagnosis has become a death sentence. By Davidson Kaiyo The report...