Zim politics: Dialogue of the deaf

At present, Zimbabwe desperately needs this healthy dialogical process in order to avert a constitutional and political crisis or at the extreme a violent conflict.
By Edknowledge Mandikwaza Oct. 27, 2023

Polad noble, dialogue with Chamisa, better

The cost of living, in the meantime, has risen by a further 4,8% to ZWL$98 462,53 per person last month, a month after Mnangagwa won a disputed ballot.
By Newsday Oct. 3, 2023

Polad springs back to life

Writing in his weekly column in The Sunday Mail, Mnangagwa said Polad had worked well in the past, hence the move to retain the platform.
By Gracious Daniel Oct. 2, 2023

Polad member challenges 2023 poll fees

Nationalists Alliance Party leader and Polad member Divine Mhambi Hove filed a High Court challenge seeking to have the fees set aside.
By Miriam Mangwaya Apr. 24, 2023

ED should thank us: Polad

Polad members said after the 2018 elections, the country was heading for an economic mess and the grouping proposed a cocktail of measures to rescue Mnangagwa out of the quagmire.
By Problem Masau Apr. 17, 2023

NewsDay Cartoon February 16, 2023 edition

NewsDay Cartoon February 16, 2023 edition
By The Watcher Feb. 16, 2023

Polad a tool to sanitise Mnangagwa legitimacy

While the government has doled out huge sums of money in allowances to Polad members, it has struggled to adequately remunerate its restive workforce.
By Tinashe Kairiza Feb. 10, 2023

Mnangagwa allies turn heat on Zec

Polad’s governance and legislative agenda chairperson Lovemore Madhuku said there must be evidence that the delimitation outcome was a collective effort from Zec commissioners.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Jan. 29, 2023

The Madhuku option: Proverbial low hanging fruit?

Madhuku aims to create a functional platform upon which peace and civil order may be attained via negotiations.
By Ted Noham Oct. 29, 2022