War vets want hands-on minister

Last week, the war veterans Association members celebrated the sacking of Mutsvangwa by Mnangagwa from his cabinet position describing him as a non-performer.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 10, 2024

Mutsvangwa: A lifetime of sackings

Presidential spokesperson George Charamba announced on Saturday that Mutsvangwa had been fired, but did not give reasons.
By Problem Masau Feb. 5, 2024

War vet tears into Tshabangu

He said if Tshabangu thought he has support, he should form his own party.
By Nizbert Moyo Jan. 23, 2024

100 000 collaborators yet to be vetted: Govt

A number of war collaborators and detainees did not benefit from the $50 000 gratuity paid to each war veteran in 1997.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Oct. 20, 2023

Editor’s Memo: Bloated cabinet must deliver

Public service reforms are essential for efficient governance and he must also introduce social safety net programmes to protect vulnerable groups.
By Faith Zaba Sep. 15, 2023

Mother’s touch and midas touch

The Zimbabwean community is relationship based.
By Tanaka Chikwenhere Jul. 14, 2023

Lest we forget the genesis of our independence

The day did not come on a silver platter though.
By Newsday Apr. 18, 2023

The alternative Sona

The full potential of our economy will only be realised once land, our biggest asset after our people, is made bankable again.
By Trevor Ncube Dec. 1, 2022

Mapping roadmap for gender equality in politics

Taking a broader view, women make up the majority of Zimbabwe’s voters, making up about 52% of the country’s total population.
By Tinashe Kanda and Usher Nyambi Nov. 9, 2022