Corruption Watch: Mnangagwa’s shadow of dictatorship

When he got into power, Mnangagwa tracked out the word “Zezuru” and replaced it with “Karanga”.
By Tawanda Majoni Sep. 17, 2023

Rural women feel heat as food stocks run out

Government says it will start distributing food aid to more than two million citizens from October 1.
By Admire Jamu-mlambo Sep. 15, 2023

MPs, councillors’ call of duty to develop Zim

It is time to challenge the belief that development is reserved only for those aligned with certain political ideologies.
By William Ngezi Sep. 15, 2023

Valerio pokes holes in Mnangagwa’s Cabinet

She also called on Mnangagwa to consult all stakeholders in seeking solutions to the country's challenges, maintaining stability and unifying the nation post-election.
By Vanessa Gonye Sep. 14, 2023

The hara-kiri of a proxy inauguration?

For the first time Chamisa got huge political capital without having to speak up or make a stand for anything.
By Sharon Hofisi Sep. 8, 2023

Zimbabweans petition Sadc over flawed poll

Mandaza and Reeler said there is need for complete disbandment of the country’s electoral law and institutions.
By Problem Masau Sep. 2, 2023

Protect your vote: Ndiweni

Chamisa lost to Mnangagwa in the disputed 2018 polls whose outcome had to be decided by the Constitutional Court.
By Silas Nkala Aug. 22, 2023

Think about building a united Zim

Zimbabweans like in 1980, 2000 or 2008 are gripped by fear. They are not a free people. The media has not helped matters by churning out their polarised and editorialised news.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Aug. 19, 2023

Zim urbanites crape the barrel

Patsikadova’s story mirrors that of many Zimbabweans who are reeling in poverty as they struggle to survive.
By Gamuchirai Masiyiwa Aug. 16, 2023