The participation of women in political life today is on the agendas of most governments and political parties.
It had been a couple of years since I had last visited Zimbabwe. Work and other commitments have made it increasingly problematic for me to be constantly in my country of birth.
Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda made a very important disclosure two days ago at a post-budget meeting, revealing how a company was being prevented from exporting chrome and in so doing depriving the economy of much-needed revenue.
IT was the great philosopher Anonymous, who said that it always befuddles the mind how human beings become astute judges when looking at the conduct of others, but immediately become cautious lawyers when assessing their own conduct.
The government has gazetted Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 1) Bill. This is the first proposed amendment since the Constitution came into force on August 22, 2013. It is important to remind readers that the previous Constitution was amended a whooping 20 times.
Outgoing Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku’s revelations that a dubious executive order was issued stopping the process to appoint his successor has thrown the cats among the pigeons and there is need for authorities to get to the bottom of this very serious matter.
The tiff between Econet and ICT minister Supa Mandiwanzira is unnecessary, and that it is playing out in the public gallery is unfortunate.
THE Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) is quite a comprehensive document, detailing global minimum child rights standards, but it does not seem to factor in climate change as one of the factors affecting children.
Yahya Jammeh, the President of The Gambia, has proven to be a major test case for the African Union and continental regional blocs in their pursuit for democracy.
WHEN we were growing up, politics was a pastime activity for the mature and the old. A dangerous pastime so to speak.