Opinion & Editorials

Opinion & Editorials

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 ...

AS usual, as is expected of the Zanu PF-led government, this new lockdown has started off as a shambles. Government seemed to have learnt something from the way ...

DEAR Douglas Mwonzora, The fact that you bagged the MDC-T presidency through dubious means does not mean you should dictate your point of view to us (MDC Alliance ...

JANUARY 2021 has been cancelled,” is a joke that went viral in Zimbabwe last weekend. Paidamoyo Muzulu It is a joke premised on Zimbabwe’s return to COVID-19 lockdown ...

IT is very unfortunate and regrettable that in November 2017, the people occupied the streets of Harare marching against the late former President Robert Mugabe’s dismally failed leadership. ...

JANUARY 6, 2021 will go down in the United States’s history as a day when one man, one power hungry man, launched an army of thugs on the ...

THE story of the Zimbabwean health professionals is a heart-breaking one. Doctors and nurses have intermittently downed tools for close to a year. One can imagine the effect ...

Virtual currencies provide many advantages over traditional currencies and it is hard to ignore this fact. It is also the reason why most people prefer to use digital ...

THE relationship between the two countries — Zimbabwe and China — has been strategic as they have engaged in a number of bilateral agreements which have helped strengthen ...

THAT all and sundry should abide by the law, moreso role models such as celebrities who society normally looks up to for guidance is not in question. So ...

THE Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (the Forum) calls upon the government to uphold human rights and observe the rule of law during the COVID-19 national lockdown. This ...

MY child attends a private high school in Harare (name withheld) and is in the middle of writing Advanced Level examinations. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the examination ...

THE MDC-T extraordinary congress held last month which saw Thokozani Khupe trying to stop an election process in which she was a candidate makes perfect sense. Khupe should ...

Guest Column:Nelson Chamisa Fellow Zimbabweans, When we began this journey 22 years ago, I was a young college student alongside my contemporaries. I was part of a generation ...

guest column:Johannes Marisa COVID-19 is hitting harder than before and on January 5, 2021, Zimbabwe recorded its highest daily infection cases and mortality. Those who ever doubted the ...
Lift lockdown in phases

EDITORIAL COMMENT THE country is battling a second wave of coronavirus that has forced government to proclaim a more stringent lockdown for an initial period of 30 days. ...

guest column:Fr Oskar Wermter SJ The whole world was anxiously waiting for the development of an anti-coronavirus vaccine. Scientific research laboratories in many countries were working on it. ...

Staff Reporter SOUTH Africa-based Opposition Ideas Party of Democracy (IPD) leader Herbert Chamuka says government is obliged to provide food for poor citizens during the stringent Covid-19 lockdown. ...