IN 2014, Simbarashe Mumbengegwi, the Foreign Affairs minister, had the audacity to boast to his peers at the Sadc summit held in Victoria Falls, saying that even if the economy crumbles, Zimbabweans will not revolt.
Norton independent legislator, Temba Mliswa, has brought a militancy that has been refreshing to the country’s dour and predictable linear politics.
I would like to take us a bit deeper on the fitness issues in marriage. I hope you remember what we spoke about last time.
I DON’T normally do it. I tend to keep to myself. Nonetheless, I do imbibe the world around me and I understand that there is absolutely nothing wrong with having thoughts about other people, to realise their shortcomings.
The Zimbabwean government has long developed a reputation of being a connoisseur of bad policy and their handling of the civil service bonus issue is testament to their failure to see more than a metre beyond their noses.
If you cannot trust the police, or those in law enforcement, who can you trust?
MR President, today, you turn 93 amid a new clarion call by First Lady Grace “Dr Amai” Mugabe to vote for you in 2018, even as a corpse!
ZIMBABWE’S repeated failure to ratify the African Charter on elections and good governance may be the clearest indicator yet that nothing significant will be happening in the direction of electoral reforms ahead of the 2018 harmonised general elections.
Revelations that First Lady Grace Mugabe’s donations at her rallies are sourced from what the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) would have impounded at border posts are quite scandalous and call for a national enquiry.
The success or failure of any programme is strictly hinged on the appropriate implementation of monitoring and evaluation.