Opinion & Editorials

Opinion & Editorials

guest column:Election Resource Centre THE Election Resource Centre (ERC) puts forward this legal opinion on the role of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) in filling vacancies that have ...

Good Day Mr President:Cyprian M Ndawana DEAR President Emmerson Mnangagwa, Your Excellency, may I please draw your attention to nationwide despondency? Methinks if the voice of the people ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT ALTHOUGH Zimbabwe is a sovereign nation, there is nothing wrong in having its neighbours, particularly the regional powerhouse South Africa, stepping in to assist in resolving ...

guest column:Tapfumanei D Java THE Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets (PPDPA) Act 22:23 was enacted to ensure that procurement is effected in a manner that is ...

guest column:Anadi Arnold Sululu I WAS following social media postings in the past few weeks, where cases of corruption allegations in South Africa and Zimbabwe, among other African ...

guest column:Emmanuel Zvada IT is clear that the coronavirus pandemic has changed how human resources (HR) personnel think about the use of technology. It is an undeniable fact ...

guest column:Kevin Mearns WILDLIFE tourism is a major source of income and livelihood for many rural communities across southern Africa. But it also presents a potential threat to ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT ZANU PF has been throwing tantrums against the African National Congress (ANC) of South Africa over the last two weeks and that peevishness clearly exposes fright ...

develop me : Tapiwa Gomo EVERY generation has its own characteristics and cultural lifestyles largely determined by technological inventions and innovations, wealth generation and consumption patterns. Do you ...

guest column:Lorraine van Blerk, Janine Hunter & Wayne Shand THE lockdown imposed to curb the spread of the new coronavirus has had drastic effects on children and young ...

guest column:Peter Makwanya BUILDING resilience in vulnerable populations requires helping them to improve their coping capacities to climate change. Do you have a coronavirus story? You can email ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT IT has been amusing listening to Zimbabwe’s ruling Zanu PF party have a go at its South African counterpart, the African National Congress (ANC), for daring ...

In her world, ‘I can’ certainly sounds better than ‘I can’t’. In fact, Barbara Gonzalez has no talent for bowing to the inevitable, neither does the word impossible ...

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guest column:Erasmus Makarimay PREVIOUSLY I said that every statement in the Bible is truly stated but however not every statement in the Bible is a statement of truth. ...

guest column:Miriam Tose Majome THIS is the second in a three-part series about the hijacking of an Air India Boeing 707 flying from Harare to New Dehli India ...

Stir The Pot :Paidamoyo Muzulu THERE is a disconcerting story in the Bible. This is the story Esau and Jacob. The story of treachery, deceit and gaining of ...

editorial comment THE die is cast! It now appears the day-long meeting between South African President Cyril Ramaphosa’s mediation team and Zanu PF officials on Wednesday was a ...

MOTIVATION:Ashley Thaba LAST week we started a three-week series with a friend of mine who suddenly lost her husband and has been thrown into single parenting. I believe ...

SUCCESS LIFE:Jonah Nyoni HOW do those people you lead talk about you in the corridors? Do people fear you or thy have faith in you? Do they bad ...

guest column :Rongedzayi Fambisayi Zimbabwe recently adopted the Education Amendment Act, 2020, to align its Education Act with the country’s Constitution. The amendment is a result of consultations ...

guest column:David Monyae THE Donald Trump administration has had a dismissive and patronising approach to Africa, with the United States President describing the continent in very insulting and ...

editorial comment A RECENT research report by the Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ) has blamed the Parliament whipping system for stifling debate on corruption. Do you have a coronavirus ...

guest column:Achieford Mhondera IT has been established that Zimbabwe’s total annual greenhouse gas emissions as of 2015 added up to 22,0 Mt CO2e, which is about 0,045% of ...

guest column :Steven Friedman WHEN South Africans express shock at corruption, few seem to know that it is perhaps the country’s oldest tradition. Do you have a coronavirus ...

guest column:Bibi Khofi-Phiri CYBER attacks are increasingly threatening the integrity, privacy and security of individuals and organisations in Zimbabwe, with irreparable damages to their reputation and financial standing. ...

Good Day Mr President:Cyprian M Ndawana His Excellency, the indignity you showed to Roman Catholic bishops when you challenged them to form a political party was lowbrow. It ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT SOUTH African President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement on Monday that his special envoys will be coming back to Harare to meet all stakeholders to understand the country’s ...

guest column :Kaitano Dube TOURISM, like any other economic sector, contributes to climate change through carbon emissions. The sector has a lot to lose from unsustainable practices, though. ...