Revisiting Madzibaba Nzira’s legacy 13 years after

Turning to his siblings, Shephard said: “I have a good relationship with my siblings and other family members. They all support the ministry.”
By Kenneth Nyangani Dec. 9, 2023

Corruption Watch: Military is dead, ED rules!

You will remember how the military stepped in to deal with civilian protests, actual and planned, as if we were in war situation.
By Tawanda Majoni Nov. 19, 2023

Deepening dysfunction in Zimbabwe

The post-election period was marked by violence, as protests were repressed by the military.
By Teresa Nogueira Pinto Nov. 19, 2023

On Emmerson Mnangagwa

Mugabe’s description of Emmerson’s ascendancy is a clinical and correct narration of what transpired, uncoloured by these later events.
By Arthur Mutambara Nov. 17, 2023

Persuading Mugabe to write his memoirs

On our flight back from Angola, we are joined by Emmerson Mnangagwa — minister of defence — who (as explained earlier) is away in Luanda when Mujuru is killed.
By Arthur Mutambara Nov. 10, 2023

A weird Presidency

It compromises his professionalism if the general were to chant party slogans and don party regalia as the norm at politburo meetings
By Cyprian M Ndawana Nov. 8, 2023

Sadc slams door on Chamisa...Shava blocks debate on Zim

The Sadc Extraordinary Summit discussed the armed conflict in the DRC, deployment of an intervention force and the associated budget.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Sydney Kawadza Nov. 1, 2023

In Conversation With Trevor: Benhura says doing controversial Mugabe statue a learning curve

It was a blessing in disguise in the end because it was a learning curve for me because after that then I realised how to actually come up with techniques to do portraits.
By In Conversation With Trevor Oct. 29, 2023

Mugabe, Zipa and Mujuru

Beyond the tribalism predilection, the Zipa commanders have other serious reservations about Mugabe as a leader.
By Arthur Mutambara Oct. 6, 2023