In Conversation With Trevor: Mukonori says Mnangagwa, Chamisa need to talk

There is the sophistication side of our being, and there is the rumble side of our being; meaning to say because I am a theologian I resort sometimes naturally to Biblical issues.
By In Conversation With Trevor Oct. 1, 2023

A colossus with feet of clay

The party that popularised the red colour and made change the famous buzzword is exiting the scene amid claims it was now cosying up to the party it was supposed to dislodge, Zanu PF.
By Newsday Sep. 11, 2023

Where do Zimbabwean politics die?

The intricacies of political manoeuvres, be they legal battles, strategic calculations, or the pursuit of key institutions, demand an astute comprehension of the political environment.
By Sharon Hofisi Sep. 1, 2023

‘Aug 23: Violence, intimidation blights pre-poll period’

The Afrobarometer findings also showed that nearly half (48%) of the respondents felt that previous elections in Zimbabwe often or always led to violence in constituencies.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jul. 19, 2023

Letter from America: Kasukurwere: Reflections on his candidacy

There is, therefore, no mystery in his reappearance to challenge President Emerson Mnangagwa in his bid for Zimbabwe’s presidency.
By Kenneth Mufuka Jul. 16, 2023

Zanu PF threatens its poll candidates

Ncube said Mnangagwa was the head of the train hence no Zanu PF member should get more votes than him.
By Stephen Chadenga Jul. 12, 2023

After Tsvangirai, MDC’s future hangs in balance

MDC was formed in 1999 in response to increasing authoritarianism and economic decline under the late former President Robert Mugabe's rule.
By Problem Masau Jul. 12, 2023

In Conversation with Trevor: Ruvheneko reveals her toughest interviews

What I have done with every opportunity is seize it, and I tried my best to put my best foot forward at every turn and make sure that if I am in the room; I am remembered.
By In Conversation With Trevor Jul. 9, 2023

‘MDC facing imminent collapse’

MDC founding member  Elias Mudzuri told NewsDay that it was a shame that the opposition members had failed to save the party.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Jul. 4, 2023