Govt blames sanctions for army’s poor state

The Defence minister told Mnangagwa that defending the country’s borders was not cheap, adding that it required huge funding.
By Blessed Mhlanga Aug. 16, 2023

2023 elections: Mnangagwa’s swansong?

Mnangagwa was on top of his game of the thrones and newspapers could afford to refer him as ‘ED’ in big letters on the front pages.
By Sharon Hofisi Jul. 21, 2023

Lack of reforms dooms polls

When Mnangagwa took over in 2017, he promised a new type of politics that is inclusive and touted as the panacea to the much-needed economic growth
By Newsday Jun. 8, 2023

Unintended effects of breakdown of rule of law

The criminality and wanton disregard of the law, humanity and morality in the video is the same sad ill that pervades all strands of the state in Zimbabwe.
By Roger Takundwa May. 21, 2023

Army’s joint ventures with Chinese investors collapse

MOST of the ambitious joint ventures between the Zimbabwean military and Chinese investors are now operating below par.
By Melody Chikono Mar. 3, 2023

Commotion as Belarus President lands at RGM Airport

Overzealous supporters ended up getting beaten up by anti-riot police manning the domestic flights terminal that was used as the welcoming ground for Lukashenko.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Jan. 31, 2023

Security officers’ involvement in armed robberies worrisome

The shoot-out and arrest took place on October 2 in Bikita and involved four other civilians.
By Miriam Mangwaya Oct. 9, 2022

ZDF in routine exercise in Mash Central

The operation is meant to secure what may turn out to be oil reserves in Muzarabani.
By Tinashe Kairiza Oct. 7, 2022

Army colonel smuggles 31 AK-47 rifles

Police investigations established that the firearms had been smuggled from South Africa.
By Desmond Chingarande Sep. 2, 2022