Tokenism women empowerment

While females remain the largest demographic in Zimbabwe, their treatment by the State has remained or in some situations worsened more than a decade ago.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Mar. 2, 2024

NewsDay cartoon November 06, 2023 edition

NewsDay cartoon November 06, 2023 edition - Controversy as general joins Zanu PF politburo
By The Watcher Nov. 6, 2023

What new ideas can an 81-year-old leader have?

As a matter of fact, it becomes even more bizarre when the sitting President is actually believed to be plotting the removal of term limits from the country’s Constitution.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Sep. 25, 2023

Midlands chiefs thumb nose at Constitution

Chiefs have been pampered by the Zanu PF-led administration with gifts such as cars, allowances and house electrification deals, among other freebies in return for their support.
By Stephen Chadenga Aug. 2, 2023

Natural resource curse: Challenges faced by mining communities

The mining sector involves the movement of heavy machinery which damages roads, especially gravel or dust roads.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Jul. 28, 2023

Shock as Parly passes ‘Patriot Bill’

Many described it as one of the most undemocratic and repressive laws to be passed against the country’s citizens.

Govt rapped over failure to respect the Constitution

Opposition MDC-T leader Douglas Mwonzora said Zimbabwe had one of the best constitutions, but was stuck in a constitutional crisis.
By Sharon Buwerimwe May. 22, 2023

Mnangagwa’s constitutional coup attempt for a third-term will backfire

It is clear that some elements within Zanu PF harbour thoughts to amend or misinterpret the Constitution to effect another coup.
By Phillan Zamchiya Jan. 5, 2023

ED’s constitutional coup attempt for a third-term will backfire

My argument follows consistent dangerous calls by leader-follower groups within Zimbabwe’s ruling party for Mnangagwa to contest for a third term in 2028.
By Phillan Zamchiya Dec. 23, 2022