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MUCKRAKER: The grapes are sour anyway

Who can forget one of Aesop's most famous fables. Once, a fox tried to eat some juicy looking grapes, which were high up on a vine.
By MUCKRAKER Sep. 9, 2022

MUCKRAKER: Adios Queen Elizabeth II, kindly pass regards to Mugabe

Our President was in Kenya this week to witness a peaceful transfer of power, a field in which he is a leading international expert.
By MUCKRAKER Sep. 16, 2022

MUCKRAKER: Crooks are having a field day while Chris keeps blabbering

On Monday, the man from Oxford, Mthuli Ncube, expressed outrage that someone had tried to sell the government a two-kilogramme chicken at US$30.
By MUCKRAKER Sep. 23, 2022

Muckracker: The circus goes to America

The country will soon be overrun by American investors, he told the nation.
By MUCKRAKER Sep. 30, 2022

MUCKRAKER: ‘ArmedRobbers4ED’: New group to join gravy train

Tafadzwa Mugwadi, the party’s designated loudspeaker, shocked an audience when he declared:
By MUCKRAKER Oct. 21, 2022

Idle Jonso longs to return

At this rate, before long, the Commonwealth will be the one begging Zimbabwe to rejoin the club. Who would not want such decisive leadership among its members?
By MUCKRAKER Nov. 18, 2022

Muckraker: Power cuts: Undeniable sign of economic growth

“The power cuts are causing distress, inconvenience and cost to the citizenry and business. This is regrettable. The challenge is affecting part of our region.
By MUCKRAKER Dec. 9, 2022

From Zanu PF’s genius solutions to the gospel according to Mnangagwa

Some people even went mad, suggesting that our leaders need to face the full brunt of the power situation in order to get a sense of the urgency.
By MUCKRAKER Dec. 16, 2022

Muckraker:From our lithium to Dougie in the house

One of the greatest achievements is that he has managed to have a quarrelsome member of the opposition locked up for making too much noise.
By MUCKRAKER Jan. 6, 2023

MUCKRAKER: Police ought to mean what it says

Evey faithful party cadre knows which campaign materials are mandatory during campaigns; regalia, bribes, lies, and machetes.
By MUCKRAKER Jan. 13, 2023

Muckracker: It’s not only Moyo who will be left ‘very naked’ Hon. MP

The High Court ruled that Section 314 of the Urban Councils Act, which gave Moyo the cojones to tell councillors what to do, was null and void.
By MUCKRAKER Jan. 27, 2023

Muckracker: Scarf on high demand

It was the turn of Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, owner of Equatorial Guinea, to host President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Arriving at the airport in Malabo
By MUCKRAKER Feb. 10, 2023

Muckraker: Old Obert is, in fact, telling the truth and nothing but the truth

“Most of us here have had our children going through his hands (under the Presidential Scholarship Scheme,” said Obert.
By MUCKRAKER Feb. 17, 2023

Muckraker- Zim: New Dispensation or Dislocation

Another reject was making news this week. One Paddington Japajapa came out to tell the world that he had ditched the CCC and he was now joining Zanu PF.
By MUCKRAKER Jun. 30, 2023

Muckracker: Speak good only of the dead

We are truly blessed to have a romantic leader in power. What more could a country want?
By MUCKRAKER Aug. 18, 2023

Muckracker: Don’t look back in anger!

Zimbabwe, it seems, is still waiting for its own “winds of change” moment because at every election there are disputes, which have always deeply divided the nation.
By MUCKRAKER Sep. 1, 2023

MUCKRAKER: Inauguration: What a show!

The likes of Java and other such jesters are now the recognised owners of the party, and not those ‘unwashed’ war vets and cotton farmers.
By MUCKRAKER Sep. 8, 2023

MUCKRAKER: Zanu PF dancing on Masaya’s grave

The response to the murder of Masaya has been as one would predict. There was much mourning from normal people, even those not of the opposition.
By MUCKRAKER Nov. 17, 2023

Selfishness, entitlement in our DNA

This week, some idle people were making themselves angry over nothing, after Nelson Chamisa filed a constitution for his own party in court.
By MUCKRAKER Nov. 24, 2023

Zim jubilates for a takeaway meal

Some people were shocked by this news. One wonders why. Here is an association of gold dealers and gold panners appointing an accomplished gold smuggler to lead them.
By MUCKRAKER Dec. 8, 2023

Muckracker: When Zanu PF still sweats to convince itself it won

Mike Bimha, the most bored Zanu PF commissar in living memory, said the party had won because “we have done well with the economy”.
By MUCKRAKER Feb. 9, 2024

He said it: ‘We’re 1 000s of years behind others’

Still in glitzy Dubai, we hear our owner was massively impressed to hear that the place has a functional police force.
By MUCKRAKER Feb. 16, 2024

The ‘comedy of errors’ endures

Unexpectedly, and in a rare display of professionalism, Dynamos fired Chawonza over his comments on Billiat’s latest signing.
By MUCKRAKER Mar. 1, 2024

Even after splurging millions, poor Wicknell can’t find love

Reports suggest that Chivayo paid a bride price of US$50 000 in 2017, and the intervening years have seen Wicknell buy more fancy cars to stock in his garage.
By MUCKRAKER Mar. 28, 2024

Is Chivayo the new Tagwirei?

The guy is an ex-convict, with a chequered history that does not lend itself to polite company at best.
By MUCKRAKER May. 3, 2024

What the Zany is going on?

This was because the Zimbabwe dollar equivalent paid by the tax collector was lost to inflation. And the government has been keen to tell us that inflation was under control.
By MUCKRAKER May. 17, 2024

Muckraker: Nepotism, cronyism our daily bread

They move around with bricks of mint United States dollars and shower them on supporters, the last stunt being giving Agriculture minister Anxious Masuka US$500 to buy a suit.
By MUCKRAKER Jun. 7, 2024