Zanu PF MP demands shares, conservancies for war vets

In 1997, the late former president Robert Mugabe succumbed to pressure and awarded the ex-combatants $50 000 payouts as well as monthly gratuities.
By Bongile Moyo Jul. 21, 2024

Perspectives: Zimbabwe must strive to build resilient communities

Presidential democracy has never existed since time memorial because of long stay in aggrandized, abused and mis-managed power.
By Nevison Mpofu Jul. 7, 2024

ED blew a golden chance

Most Zimbabweans across the country thought Mnangagwa was going to perform better than his predecessor, Mugabe.
By Leonard Koni Jul. 6, 2024

Editor’s Memo: Why it is vital to respect the Constitution and rule of law

They ignored the pain of downturns, arguing that he was only an innocent victim of Western muscle flexing.
By Shame Makoshori Jul. 5, 2024

Zim’s foreign policy: A shift or same old

This was repeated on all official platforms, and for the first time in a long time, there seemed to be a shift from what the last administration had focused on, the Look East Policy.
By Munyaradzi Mapfumo Jul. 5, 2024

CorruptionWatch: Zim’s looting cartels are getting smarter (Part I)

Stealing in Zimbabwe’s high places has become a social science.
By Tawanda Majoni May. 26, 2024

Game on, time to contest for Zanu PF leadership is now

Zimbabwe has witnessed challenges throughout its history, yet its people have demonstrated resilience and an unwavering commitment to progress.
By Amh Voices May. 18, 2024

Zim hostile to US despite US$5bn aid.

Elaine French, Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. at the US embassy in Harare, told the Independent Washington was committed to supporting Zimbabwe.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 3, 2024

Govt invests US$13m in early warning systems

Prosper Matondi, permanent secretary in the ministry of Environment, Climate and Wildlife, said the government had an array of radars that have been installed in about five locations.
By Melody Chikono Apr. 14, 2024