Inside 2023 election surprise package

Seated on a leather sofa which threatened to swallow him due to his small frame, Mubaiwa, wearing a slightly oversize black suit, said his office was the heartbeat of his presidential campaign.
By Problem Masau Sep. 13, 2023

Lupane University students threaten to boycott classes over fees

The Zimbabwe Congress of Students Union (Zicosu) Matabeleland North council urged students to boycott lessons to force LSU to slash the fees.
By Innocent Magondo Sep. 3, 2023

Ceteris Paribus: Zanu PF vs Sadc: Can Zim survive alienation?

It has always heavily relied on the regional bloc for support in times of crisis and for regional trade.
By Tinashe Duma Sep. 1, 2023

Think tank predicts tough times ahead

Due to its geographical position, Gavin also emphasised that Zimbabwe’s deep-seated economic crisis could potentially plunge the whole region into turmoil.
By Tinashe Kairiza Sep. 1, 2023

S.Africa's disgraced ANC leader forms new party ahead of vote

Magashule said his new formation aimed at championing the plight of "all South Africans", calling it a new home for "the homeless, the betrayed and the fatigued."
By Agence France-presse Aug. 30, 2023

FBI reports that China hacked email of US Congressman

Chinese intelligence services had access to Bacon's accounts for about one month ending on 16th June, officials said
By Bignews Network Aug. 24, 2023

Letter from America: Rejoice Afrika, our century has come!

Please take heart, judging by the events throughout the continent, you must rejoice, our century has come.
By Kenneth Mufuka Aug. 20, 2023

Masaraure’s ZCTU suspension torches storm

Masaraure is the leader of the Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe. He was suspended for alleged misconduct.
By Lorraine Muromo Jul. 29, 2023

World View: Why won’t Putin go to SA

Moscow still subsidises the ANC today (in various clandestine ways), so Putin could reasonably expect President Cyril Ramaphosa to protect him from arrest.
By Gwynne Dyer Jul. 28, 2023