Corruption Watch: Retracing Zanu PF’s crude path

In fact, as young boys in late 1979 and early 1980, on the eve of majority rule, we would sneak in, in the evening and enjoy war songs on the rare and croaky wireless radio.
By Tawanda Majoni Mar. 10, 2024

Tongogara and Mugabe: The fallout

In the main conference meetings, he does not toe the line and sometimes challenges Mugabe’s averments.
By Arthur Mutambara Oct. 20, 2023

Once we were liberators, now we are subjugators — Zanu PF and its history of violence

Zanu PF, the party that has ruled Zimbabwe since independence in 1980, has been notorious for personal violence since its creation in 1963.
By Thandekile Moyo Jul. 4, 2023

Zipra war vets demand Gukurahundi report

Gukurahundi was triggered by the 1980 to 1981 Entumbane Uprising when Zipra and Zanla forces clashed at Entumbane assembly point in Bulawayo.
By Nizbert Moyo Nov. 8, 2022