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Letters:Only an engineer can save Zimbabwe from her problems

These problems are bedeviling Zimbabweans because colonial and post-colonial leadership is well-versed in the arts sector, and strongly lacks in scientific and commercial qualifications.
By AMH Voices Sep. 29, 2022
Polarisation, intolerance remain a threat democracy, peace
Polarisation, intolerance remain a threat democracy, peace
To help build a peaceful nation, ZLHR implores government to;
By Newsday Sep. 23, 2022
Authorities must release opposition MPs
Zimbabwean authorities cannot continue to incarcerate Sikhala and Sithole and deny them bail at every turn for no apparent reason.
By AMH Voices Sep. 22, 2022
Crackdown on NGOs derails re-engagement efforts
Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are doing important work in democracy and human rights protection.
By AMH Voices Sep. 21, 2022
Letters: Policy inconsistencies driving out, frustrating foreign investment
Zimbabwe has become notorious for having duly agreed business agreements overturned overnight, and without notice.
By AMH Voices Sep. 20, 2022
New UZ fee structure facilitates exclusion of marginalised, vulnerable students
I STRONGLY feel that the time is ripe to for us Zimbabweans to restore the country’s breadbasket status and shun dependency completely
By admin Sep. 16, 2022
Letters: PWDs remain susceptible to abuse
PWDs have continued to be a vulnerable constituency by being victims of violations to socio-economic rights they should enjoy.
By AMH Voices Sep. 14, 2022
Zec must reduce candidate nomination fees
The poor will not manage to pay and this means that political participation is now reserved for the rich.
By Newsday Sep. 12, 2022
Letters to the editor: Time for Zimbabweans to reclaim lost glory
Zimbabwe is now at the top of the list in the world, but for the wrong reasons.
By admin Sep. 10, 2022
Letters to the editor: Tackling energy poverty requires a 'gas is good for Africa' approach
While developed nations call for the end of fossil fuel utilisation in the name of climate change, Africa still faces its biggest challenge yet: energy poverty.
By admin Sep. 9, 2022
Letters: Steep increase in nomination fees has a bearing on democracy
The steep increase in nomination fees has a bearing on participatory democracy.
By Newsday Sep. 7, 2022
Vote overwhelmingly to counter rigging
Election rigging can be prevented if complaint forms are provided, which the agents can fill to challenge the process.
By Newsday Sep. 6, 2022
Mr President, what message do you have for diasporan Zimbos at UNGA?
I am sure some of them will be waiting for you to fulfil your promise and put in place mechanisms to enable them to vote in next year’s harmonised elections.
By Newsday Sep. 2, 2022
Letters: Society must learn to love others

I’m of the school of thought that the health of all children needs to be of real importance to everyone — and not just concern over what other parents’ children might or will cost us as future criminals or costly cases of government care, et cetera — regardless of how well our own children are doing.

By The NewsDay Aug. 29, 2022
Letters to the editor: Attacks on journalists must be condemned

The four, comprising Toneo Rutsito, Tongai Mwenje, Pellagia Mpurwa and Chelsea Mashayambire, were allegedly beaten by at least 12 suspected ruling party activists for filming the party’s campaign activities that were being held adjacent to those of the CCC.

By The NewsDay Aug. 27, 2022
Letters: Please leave Chamisa alone

Please leave Chamisa alone Why does it become an issue for someone who has not contributed anything towards purchasing a bullet proof-proof vehicle for Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) leader Nelson Chamisa? It is people who haven’t contributed a cent who want to spread hogwash and nonsense. We contributed and we will continue to do […]

By The NewsDay Aug. 23, 2022
Open letter to President Mnangagwa

My advice is handing over power to Citizens Coalition for Change leader Nelson Chamisa will be the best option and that will save your integrity.

By The NewsDay Aug. 22, 2022
Zanu PF determined to win at all costs

The election preparations are already in shambles. That means that the African election observers (from the Southern African Development Community and the African Union) as well as those of us looking on from the outside are unlikely to reach credible conclusions.

By The NewsDay Aug. 17, 2022
Politically-motivated violence against female politicians must be condemned

The participants indicated that participation of women in political processes should not lead to untimely and gruesome deaths, rape, arbitrary arrests, assault, online violence forced migration as it instils fear in many aspiring women leaders.

By The NewsDay Aug. 16, 2022
Letters: Eye-opening visit to observe Kenyan elections

The visit was an educational experience to learn and adopt the best practices that can help increase the number of women in political participation as both candidates and voters in electoral processes.

By The NewsDay Aug. 15, 2022
Informal sector’s high hopes have withered

The decisive end of the succession question caught many by surprise, including most Zimbabweans, who poured into the streets to celebrate the end of Mugabe’s 37-year rule.

By The NewsDay Aug. 8, 2022
Govt should ban smoking in public places

In recent years, Zimbabwe has rapidly increased the size of its crop, regaining its spot as one of the world’s top five exporters of tobacco.

By The NewsDay Aug. 1, 2022
Zimbabwe yearns for real change

Zimbabwe should not regret that. Mugabe was part of a bigger problem and was supposed to be kicked out.

By The NewsDay Jul. 30, 2022
Zanu PF’s incapacity suffocating Zim

Unemployment is at a record high and is set to increase, yet the clueless government is unable to arrest the situation.

By The NewsDay Jul. 29, 2022
Open letter to Mr Mnangagwa

I am writing to you as a young woman, as a citizen and as part of a generation to whom a debt is due. When we were young, we were told we were “born free”, but for reasons caused by this government, we go everywhere in chains.

By The NewsDay Jul. 23, 2022
Letters to the editor: Doctors, nurses’ strikes call for relook into health policy

It serves no purpose for government officials to bully the health professionals when thorny issues which gave birth to the industrial action are still pending.

By The NewsDay Jul. 18, 2022
ED must speak up against intimidation, name-dropping

One expects Mnangagwa should have issued a public statement against such behaviour if he did not issue the order, as claimed by Nyandoro.

By The NewsDay Jul. 16, 2022
Legalise abortion

The World Health Organization (WHO) notes that six out of 10 of all unintended pregnancies end up in abortion.

By The NewsDay Jul. 15, 2022