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Trevor Ncube

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Job Sikhala — A plea for tolerance

There is an urgent need for prison reform and infrastructure modernisation.
By Trevor Ncube Oct. 5, 2022

Electoral Reforms must be inclusive of all stakeholders

There is still no consensus on the form and extent of the crucial reforms that would make elections in Zimbabwe credible and move the country forward.
By Trevor Ncube Oct. 13, 2022

Sanctions and corruption are hurting Zimbabwe

Chamisa is overly aware of this lethal effect of sanctions on Zimbabwe but because he sees them as a weapon to fight his way to State power.
By Trevor Ncube Nov. 2, 2022

Power of language in nation building

Colonialists knew the unifying power of language. When the British colonised the land between the Zambezi and the Limpopo, they found indigenous populations at war with each other.
By Trevor Ncube and Nevanji Madanhire Nov. 10, 2022

Bitcoin — a new tool for privacy and freedom of transaction

Bitcoin — a new tool for privacy and freedom of transaction
By Nevanji Madanhire and Trevor Ncube Nov. 9, 2022

Language: A glue that binds nations

Believe it or not, the coming of colonialism is what put a halt to this process.
By Trevor Ncube and Nevanji Madanhire Nov. 11, 2022

National Reconciliation: time for politicians to grow up, build a resilient nation

At this moment what Zimbabwe needs cannot be achieved by one person or one political party.
By Trevor Ncube Nov. 17, 2022

National reconciliation: Time for politicians to grow up, build a resilient nation.

It is not too late for President Emmerson Mnangagwa to rise above #thisandthatforED and do the tough but crucial job of leading all Zimbabweans.
By Trevor Ncube Nov. 22, 2022

Press freedom and responsibility

Has the media in Zimbabwe over the years taken a stance that works for the resolution of the conflict, or has it worked to aggravate the situation?
By Trevor Ncube Nov. 24, 2022

The alternative Sona

The full potential of our economy will only be realised once land, our biggest asset after our people, is made bankable again.
By Trevor Ncube Dec. 1, 2022

The scourge of corruption in the newsroom

Low salaries are no defence for the debasing of this otherwise very noble profession.
By Trevor Ncube Dec. 7, 2022

Power, poor strategic thinking

It was foolish to depend so much on Kariba South Power Station because hydropower stations are always seasonal.
By Trevor Ncube and Nevanji Madanhire Dec. 14, 2022

No new dispensation at Makombe Building

Petty officialdom, and crass rudeness are some of the experiences I have had when dealing with government officials.
By Trevor Ncube Jan. 19, 2023

Zimbabwe needs national psychological safety

This culture starts from home, the education system, the workplace and permeates all facets of national discourse.
By Trevor Ncube Feb. 2, 2023

Zim scraping the barrel for friends, investors

The visit last week by the Belarus President Aleksander Lukashenko and his business delegation points to the friends President Emmerson Mnangagwa keeps.
By Trevor Ncube Feb. 9, 2023

Weak Zim opposition not good for democracy

The opposition blames the strongman tactics of the ruling Zanu PF party for their misfortunes.
By Trevor Ncube Feb. 16, 2023

Texting while driving kills the economy

Children should be in the back seat with their seat belts properly fastened
By Trevor Ncube Feb. 23, 2023

Which dictatorship do you prefer, CCC or Zanu PF?

The electorate is forced to choose only between Zanu PF and Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC); this must be resisted by those who love democracy.
By Trevor Ncube Mar. 23, 2023

Zim corruption becomes the gold standard

We were told that he was “expected to use his vast experience in evangelism and business to promote investment for the country”.
By Trevor Ncube Apr. 20, 2023

Zim’s 43 years of economic, political unfreedom

The 1980 Zanu PF political manifesto outlined 13 fundamental rights that included freedom of speech, freedom to demonstrate and to strike.
By Trevor Ncube Apr. 27, 2023

Beware of those who loot in the ‘national interest’

While Mnangagwa has distanced himself from the offending notice at the time of writing, nothing has been done to repeal it. So, it remains law.
By Trevor Ncube May. 18, 2023

Business has contributed to economic collapse

Our business leaders blend with, and mimic the leadership style of the politicians.
By Trevor Ncube May. 26, 2023

Business sector has contributed to national collapse

I am reminded of remarks of colleagues in business during my days as editor: “You will be arrested for your outspokenness against the government.”
By Trevor Ncube May. 25, 2023

Parliament does an unpatriot thing

The Patriot Bill is about protecting the Zanu PF government from criticism — it serves no public interest.
By Trevor Ncube Jun. 8, 2023

Parliament does the unpatriotic thing

It must be rejected by all who genuinely love Zimbabwe.
By Trevor Ncube Jun. 9, 2023

Mnangagwa, Chamisa must be stopped for Zim to win

There is no capacity in both Zanu PF and the Citizens Coalition for Change to rebuild Zimbabwe without the broader participation of competent and patriotic citizens at home and abroad.
By Trevor Ncube Jul. 6, 2023

Releasing Chihambakwe report key to honouring Joshua Nkomo

This opportunism, particularly from Mnangagwa, is nauseating and an affront to common decency.
By Trevor Ncube Jul. 13, 2023

Texting while driving is against the law

Change begins with you and it begins with me. Stop using your phone while driving.
By Trevor Ncube Jul. 20, 2023

The case for the Zim diaspora vote

Zimbabwe has benefited from diaspora remittances but those forced to relocate are denied the right to vote.
By Trevor Ncube Jul. 27, 2023

The case for the Zim diaspora vote.

A transparent exercise by our embassies to ascertain the exact number of Zimbabweans abroad would be a good starting point.
By Trevor Ncube Jul. 28, 2023