Opinion & Editorials

Opinion & Editorials

BY PETER MAKWANYA RIVERS are a marvel to watch when they are in a state of perennial flow, snaking through mountains and forests in patterns that only nature ...

THE video of Waddilove High school students bullying another for not wearing a mask was heartrending. This incident shows that bullying is a major problem in our schools ...

BY TAPIWA GOMO The year has started on a bad note with the COVID-19 pandemic taking lives, causing sickness, destroying livelihoods and depriving people of freedoms. It is ...

BY GIFT NYONGO Zimbabwe can be said to have turned the corner, from a hopeless case three years ago, to one of the most promising economies in the ...

BY PHYLLIS MBANJE A FEW days ago, a video of Waddilove High School pupils beating a fellow pupil for not wearing a mask caused an uproar on social ...

Late 2020, China and Zimbabwe launched five-year policies towards the realisation of vision 2030, sustainable development goals. Zimbabwe being an ally to China, one can question if this ...

BY CLIFF CHIDUKU PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa marked his triumphal entry into the citadel of power in 2017 by declaring that he would open the country up for business, ...

THE move by the government to come up with a national COVID-19 vaccination policy or strategy to flatten the curve is a welcome development. According to acting Information, ...

GUEST COLUMN: BY LIVINGSTONE KAZIZI Increased reliance on cheap Chinese goods has, however, had detrimental effect on Africa. It is vivid that in the case of light consumer ...

guest column:Johannes Marisa   I am sure everyone agrees with me today that the coronavirus is hitting harder than before. I am sure even the doubting Thomases have ...

editorial comment A STRING of positive data announced by government in December 2020 — some of it sheer exaggeration — had ushered a brief period of relief following ...

guest column:Hamilton Katsvairo   Imagine an organisation where the marketing department speaks English, the product designers speak French, the analytics team speaks Spanish and no one speaks a ...

guest column:Livingstone Kazizi   The contemporary increased Chinese involvement in Africa’s socio-economic affairs is an “academic dynamite” that cannot be handled without explosion. Academic debates have mushroomed among ...

There may be a lot of investment options available in this world that you can choose from But none of them can match the excellence of bitcoins. Bitcoin ...

BY EDDIE CROSS ONCE more, we are ambushed by the world we live in and on which we all depend for a living and any kind of a ...

REPORTS that top officials from South Africa’s governing African National Congress (ANC) party are exasperated and have had enough of the antics “characterised by threats and blackmail” by ...

After successfully submitting my doctoral disquisition in October 2019, I thought of taking a three-month break as I waited for my examiners’ feedback. This meant travelling to South ...

BY TENDAI REUBEN MBOFANA DEAR President Emmerson Mnangagwa, Zimbabweans are proudly patriotic people — who, never hesitate to show unquestionable devotion and love for their country — but, ...

guest column:Peter Singer   RECENTLY, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern declared a climate emergency, sending a signal to the world that leaders need to be on a ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT ONE of the key monetary policy stances that has been pursued by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) in the fight to stabilise the volatile currency ...

guest column:Emmanuel Zvada   THESE are difficult times for us as we are in a lockdown and hear about the spread of the second wave of COVID-19 all ...

guest column:Archford Chikawa   The five-year plans are a series of social and economic development initiatives issued since 1953 in China establishing foundations and principles of Chinese communism, ...

If you are connected with all social media platforms, then you already heard a lot about bitcoin. Well, the most popular term that you heard a lot is ...

So, you are looking for the best bitcoin wallet to store after buying. Well, you are absolutely going in the right direction, but the only thing is that ...

Bitcoin is used by many for online transactions compared to other online payment methods. Well, this Cryptocurrency is not regulated by any banking authority which makes you the ...

Players all over the world are going online to indulge in some online bingo. With more styles on offer than ever before, it’s safe to say that this ...

As we enter 2021, still confronted by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic from 2020, the biggest challenge for the progressive-minded is to identify possible growth sectors. This ...

THE brief work stoppage by nurses in Harare and Bulawayo last week over lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) was a serious indictment on President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s leadership ...
Lift lockdown in phases

WHEN the first wave of COVID-19  wreaked havoc around the world, many countries were hopeful that this pandemic would weaken and subside with time. Peter Makwanya The second ...
Lift lockdown in phases

THE year 2020 was defined by the COVID-19 pandemic which left all segments of society in Africa affected. Some areas suffered more than others, but none have been ...