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More than a clean-up campaign

The one-week clean-up campaign by Bulawayo is a noble initiative that can be replicated throughout the country as uncollected garbage has removed the glow from most cities and towns.
By Newsday 19h ago
An impassioned plea for our health sector
An impassioned plea for our health sector
New Health minister, Douglas Mombeshora’s work is more than cut out as Nembaware’s demise clearly indicates.
By Editorial Sep. 27, 2023
Stricter measures needed to rein in councillors
This comes barely a week after Harare Metropolitan secretary for Provincial Affairs and Devolution, Tafadzwa Muguti, warned against profligacy at the expense of service delivery.
By Newsday Sep. 26, 2023
Rampant abductions promoting lawlessness
It is, therefore, in Mnangagwa’s best interests that this abduction and torture menace be nipped in the bud as it soils his administration.
By Newsday Sep. 25, 2023
Pregnant, teenage mothers deserve another chance
President Emmerson Mnangagwa is preaching that his policies are leaving no one and no place behind.
By Newsday Sep. 23, 2023
Give elected councillors space to discharge their duties
The proverb was replayed this week after Harare Provincial Affairs and Devolution secretary Tafadzwa Muguti threatened to appoint commissions if local authorities fail.
By Newsday Sep. 22, 2023
Cry our beloved sports sector
Lady Cheetahs are in Pool A together with South Africa, Uganda and hosts Tunisia for the qualifiers scheduled for October 14 and 15.
By Newsday Sep. 21, 2023
Govt attitude over Harare water scandalous
That the situation is set to get worse, given the city’s ever-increasing population, makes one shudder to imagine what the future holds for the residents of this once great city.
By Newsday Sep. 19, 2023
It’s the economy, stupid!
Albeit illegal, the mushikashika operators are now a source of employment for many who should be roaming our streets who are now employed as drivers, with or without licences.
By Newsday Sep. 18, 2023
Urgency required to stem human-wildlife conflict
According to a report by a civic organisation, Habakkuk Trust, the hyenas are moving in cackles of up to 10 preying on livestock.
By Newsday Sep. 16, 2023
A cry for better govt, councils relations
The councils should use the money from ratepayers to improve service delivery and desist from attending endless workshops which don’t bring value to the councils they serve. 
By Newsday Sep. 15, 2023
A call for Cabinet gender balance
It’s high time Mnangagwa reshuffled his team of advisors because it is clearly misleading him on fundamental issues which create a lasting legacy for his rule.
By Newsday Sep. 14, 2023
No room for excuses
New Health and Child Care minister Douglas Mombeshora joins a sector that has its fair share of problems, especially shortages of drugs in hospitals and clinics.
By Newsday Sep. 13, 2023
It‘s high time for VAR system at PSL matches
Past consequences of fans causing violence at football matches have seen teams being forced to play in empty stadiums, which we believe is the worst thing our game requires at the moment.
By Newsday Sep. 12, 2023
A colossus with feet of clay
The party that popularised the red colour and made change the famous buzzword is exiting the scene amid claims it was now cosying up to the party it was supposed to dislodge, Zanu PF.
By Newsday Sep. 11, 2023
It’s no longer business as usual
According to the report, a total of 60 Nguni bullying heifers were purchased from Michview Enterprises in May 2022 at a cost of ZWL$22 million (US$132 534,75).
By Newsday Sep. 9, 2023
A defining moment for ED
The last Cabinet, which was a mixture of youth and experience, ran its race and the results are there for all to see.
By Newsday Sep. 8, 2023
Urgent action needed on abductions, torture
It is in this context that we would like to bring attention to the President of some critical issues which failed to unite Zimbabweans during his first term.
By Newsday Sep. 7, 2023
Spare a thought for the Warriors
In lifting the ban, Fifa appointed a normalisation committee led by Lincoln Mutasa to work on a roadmap to revamp Zifa.
By Newsday Sep. 6, 2023
Time for action, Mr President
This is a plus for Mnangagwa.
By Newsday Sep. 5, 2023
Nagging poll disputes cause for concern
As much as Mnangagwa and his ruling Zanu PF party may want to haughtily dismiss the political rumblings as a passing fad, they, however, have far-reaching implications.
By Newsday Sep. 4, 2023
No room for post-poll violence
The violence, according to the CCC, is being perpetrated by suspected Zanu PF members and the party’s affiliate, Forever Associates of Zimbabwe (FAZ).
By Newsday Sep. 2, 2023
A ‘sick man’ of the region
The two organisations were conducting a parallel vote tabulation exercise, whereby they could either verify or counter the official results released by Zec.
By Newsday Sep. 1, 2023
Sadc must provide leadership, not platitudes
While Zanu PF argues that the SEOM strayed from its brief, it should be noted that Mumba’s team was guided by Sadc’s Electoral Advisory Council (SEAC) processes of observing elections.
By Newsday Aug. 31, 2023
Equitable devolution will unite nation
This is a serious affront to democracy, a situation we believe should be addressed by the next government.
By Newsday Aug. 30, 2023
Money can’t buy love, votes
Citizens Coalition for Change leader Nelson Chamisa went into the 2023 harmonised elections refusing to acknowledge President Emmerson Mnangagwa as Zimbabwe’s legitimate leader.
By Newsday Aug. 29, 2023
A president for everyone
The announcement on Saturday came after a gruelling wait following the August 23 to 24 general elections.
By Newsday Aug. 28, 2023
There is life after elections, let’s embrace tolerance
The combative Mliswa, who has been Norton MP (Independent) since 2016, said it was God’s plan and “as a person, I can’t go against this”.
By Newsday Aug. 26, 2023