Criminal activities surge across Zim

ZimStat said there were 38 042 cases of theft recorded in the first quarter, indicating a rate of 250,6 per 100 000 people.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jun. 11, 2024

Feature: A day in the life of Harare vendors

Disappointment troubles her eyes, a stark contrast with  the vibrant red colour of the fruit. This is not an ideal solution, but it is the only one she has.
By Evans Mathanda Jun. 4, 2024

Muckracker: The Second Republic’s phantom jobs

Last week, he was showing off his new baby, the US$7 million mansion in Harare’s Shawasha suburb on social media.
By Muckracker May. 24, 2024

Village Rhapsody: Rural girls deserve better: Challenging harmful cultural practices

The idyllic image of rural life often overlooks the harsh realities faced by its most vulnerable residents; girls.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni May. 19, 2024

ZiG requires bold measures to succeed

The veteran banker said he would not “do anyone’s job” referring to the quasi-fiscal operations that have haunted previous central bank governors.
By Newsday Apr. 6, 2024

Disaster looms ahead on our roads

It is quite worrying that our road planners are in deep slumber with little to no indication that they will wake up any time soon to expand our roads, especially in urban areas.
By Newsday Mar. 22, 2024

Women’s representation in the 10th Parliament: The metrics

As we celebrate women’s history month, it is imperative that we underscore the importance of women’s inclusion and representation.
By Phillip Nyasha Fungurai Mar. 14, 2024

Zim’s food security precarious: researchers

BMI, a Fitch Solutions Company which lowered its corn production forecast for the 2023/24 season to 1,4 million tonnes, said local food security remains precarious.
By Melody Chikono Feb. 25, 2024

Full stomachs are troublesome

Another way our patriots are showing commitment to the youth is to campaign for a man aged over 80 to stay in power for several more years.
By Muckracker Feb. 23, 2024