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Continued from last weekWhile Mnangagwa's rhetoric on issues such as land reform, human rights, rule of law, improving the business climate and reducing corruption was all positive, there was ...Read more

Govt use of violence on its own people is tragic

22 March 2019 | 1 Views
Continued from last weekWhile Mnangagwa's rhetoric on issues such as land reform, human rights, rule of law, improving the business climate and reducing corruption was all positive, there was ...

by Ambassador Thomas-Greenfield

Cyclone Idai donation; Chamisa lies

22 March 2019 | 2 Views
So devastating are the damages caused by Cyclone Idai which left a trail of deaths, destructions and displacement in the country's Manicaland Province. Bodies continue to be discovered, while those st...

by Jasper Hloka

Cyclone Idai exposed misplaced priorities in Zimbabwe

22 March 2019 | 1 Views
The devastating cyclone effects as witnessed and experienced in the eastern parts of the country makes a very sad reading of the kind of leadership Zimbabwe has had since the advent of indepen...

by Iphithule Maphosa

It never rains but pours; to 38 years bad governance add drought, Idai and now savage power cuts

22 March 2019 | 2 Views
"ELECTRICITY power generation at Lake Kariba has been cut due to falling water levels in the dam," reported Bulawayo24.com "In a statement, the Zambezi River Authority said water allocation fo...

by Nomusa Garikai

Zimbabwean women abused in the United Kingdom

22 March 2019 | 6 Views
She arrived in London from Zimbabwe last year to join her husband, she married in Harare. Makanaka was thrilled at the prospect of a new life in the UK.But soon after she moved in with...

by Dr Masimba Mavaza

The voice of reason from an MDC veteran

22 March 2019 | 1 Views
Contesting a post in any political structure is legitimising the plebiscite processes.W inning a post in a Mass party is secondary but laying a democratic foundation. We need to leave a legacy for the...

by Henry Madiro

Piece-meal austerity without reforms a wild goose chase

22 March 2019 | 8 Views
AUSTERITY measures introduced by Finance minister Mthuli Ncube under the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP) will have a devastating effect on the economy and is at variance with Zanu-PF's elec...

by Staff reporter

Fixing Zimbabwe's broken reputation chain

22 March 2019 | 1 Views
The Economist Intelligence Unit's livability survey 2018, pitches Harare, in Zimbabwe, in the 10 least "livable" in the world out of the 140-city sample.Harare is ranked number 135, only eclip...

by Staff reporter

MDC Alliance congress: Of a leopard devouring its cubs

22 March 2019 | 1 Views
In May this year, the MDC holds its first elective congress after the death of its founding president, Morgan Richard Tsvangirai. It is the first congress under the stewardship of its youthful leader,...

by Tafara Shumba

The storm that knew no boundaries

22 March 2019 | 1 Views
TROPICAL Cyclone Idai has made headlines across southern Africa throughout the month of March. Lingering in the Mozambique Channel at tropical cyclone intensity for six days, the storm made landfall i...

by Jennifer Fitchett

These critics need more help than cyclone victims

22 March 2019 | 1 Views
CYCLONE Idai has brought out the good and the ugly in people.Many Zimbabweans have, commendably, risen to the occasion to assist fellow human beings, while others are using this as an opportun...

by Conway Tutani

Sanctions and jecha affect Zimbabwe's response to natural disasters

22 March 2019 | 1 Views
I rise to give a statement on the condition of Cyclone Idai which has affected people in Manicaland and many other provinces and to state what Government is undertaking in order to relieve the pressur...

by July Moyo

Sanctions are the Achilles Heel inhibiting Zimbabwe economic growth

21 March 2019 | 216 Views
Sanctions, sanctions and corruption are the Achilles Heel inhibiting economic growth in Zimbabwe. The illegal restrictive measures are causing untold suffering to those at the bottom of the economic p...

by Tondo Murisa

Cyclone aid must not be abused

21 March 2019 | 107 Views
Rumours and gossip wafting from the cyclone hit areas of Zimbabwe are not pleasing since a few 'baboon-handed' individuals are said to be helping themselves from the donations meant for those in dire ...

by Tondo Murisa

Tobacco sales proceeds are not for harlots

21 March 2019 | 68 Views
Now that the tobacco selling season has been opened, some urban yellow-bone thigh vendors are buying bigger wallets and fine tuning their 'horizontal wrestling' skills in order to wrench a dollar or t...

by Thomas Murisa

Recycled bad politicians as the last resort of saving Zimbabwe?

21 March 2019 | 68 Views
Zimbabwe is full of talented and equally good citizens who if coopted into politics can turn around the fortunes of our country. Unfortunately for our beloved motherland we seem to be cased. We have a...

by Henry Madiro

NSSA pensioners are crying for attention

21 March 2019 | 64 Views
Both government and the private sector are doing something on 'hardship allowance' for their workers whilst NSSA pensioners continue to sing the blues. One Hon.MP raised the plight of the suff...

by Tondorindo

Eliminate your fears and doubts about way of life

21 March 2019 | 32 Views
The day you were born that's the day your clock started working, now the question is what have you done with the time rationed to you, yes both the rich and poor people have 24hrs a day but how we spe...

by Clive Farai Magwenzi

Once in the herd its an Eland/Mhofu

21 March 2019 | 40 Views
Fruits of rape are within communities being called or greeted with certain known totems. Dumped and found babies are also blended among us, surnamed and praised with our totems. There are also product...

by Thomas Murisa.

Arbitrary arrests won’t solve Gukurahundi

21 March 2019 | 672 Views
Zimbabwe African People's Union is dismayed by the state's arrest on  journalist Zenzele Ndebele at Bulawayo State House today. As much as it is a clear misplacement of priorities in a co...

by Iphithule Maphosa

Climate change: Africa confronts global warming

21 March 2019 | 591 Views
New IPCC report projects greater temperature increases in the region than elsewhere Record global greenhouse gas emissions are putting the world on a p...

by Dan Shepard

'Wages up $570 from $441' government announced - liar, liar down $228 from $441

21 March 2019 | 2703 Views
"Government and civil servants yesterday sealed a salary accord after the employer improved its offer to the workers from $350 million to $400 million," reported Zimeye."This will translate to...

by Patrick Guramatunhu

Salary increment for civil servants laudable

21 March 2019 | 4343 Views
The Government must be applauded for its commitment towards uplifting the welfare of its employees, as this will certainly motivate them to perform their duties more professionally and efficiently....

by Sibusiso Ndlamini

No to looting of #CycloneIdai donations

21 March 2019 | 1159 Views
Emerging unverified reports of corrupt people who are said to be 'helping' themselves with the donations towards relief efforts for Cyclone Idai victims in Manicaland and Masvingo provinces cannot go ...

by Christine Lethokuhle Mabhena

Civilian military leader needed to restore electoral democracy before 2023 presidential elections

21 March 2019 | 1722 Views
Without doubt electoral democracy has failed to work in Zimbabwe, it might have worked in Zambia, South Africa and Botswana but in Zimbabwe electoral democracy has failed dismally, it is on record tha...

by Knowledge Hakata

Cyclone Idai brings Chamisa face to face with effects of sanctions

21 March 2019 | 2529 Views
The Government of Zimbabwe, led by President Emmerson Mnangagwa is on record calling for the unconditional removal of the Western imposed illegal sanctions on the Southern African State, arguing that ...

by Mapozho Saruchera

Pastor demands an end to 'elitist dialogue' - confused, doesn't even know elections were rigged

21 March 2019 | 1095 Views
Confusion reigns supreme in Zimbabwe. Confusion is when one says this, the other says that and the third says something else which is neither this nor that in a matter as simple as 1 + 1 = 2. ...

by Patrick Guramatunhu

Serious secrets exposed by Cyclone Idai

21 March 2019 | 8472 Views
Zimbabwe' "has" heard many stories of tragedy, heroism and community spirit which come from the floods of recent weeks and of course the cyclones in Manicaland and some parts of Mashonaland East and C...

by Dr. Masimba Mavaza

The Zimbabwe Republic Police

20 March 2019 | 8593 Views
During the Rhodesia era the police force then was called the British South Africa Police( BSAP). It was well trained, disciplined and efficient. More-so it had resources for use in combating crime. It...

by Clemen Moyo

Build to live not just stay

19 March 2019 | 1816 Views
Disaster times are not for political grandstanding and populist manoeuvres. For a whole someone with ambitions to occupy the highest office in the land to say government did not do enough for cyclone ...

by Thomas Murisa

Muzamhindo pushes for a Policy Indaba

19 March 2019 | 198 Views
Tinashe Eric Muzamhindo's initiativeI'm driving a national agenda which has no political affiliation, but to assist on enhancing development. We simply ...

by Tinashe Eric Muzamhindo

ED and Chamisa must not use the cyclone as a tool for political mileage

19 March 2019 | 2165 Views
Traumatic events, including natural disasters, are distressing. Strong reactions immediately after the event are very common. Fear, sadness, guilt and anger are all common emotions felt by children, t...

by Dr Masimba Mavaza

Revisiting the ZUPCO urban transportation model

19 March 2019 | 3421 Views
The re-introduction of ZUPCO buses to ply urban routes in the aftermath of January fuel protests was a welcome move for most urban commuters. This is largely because commuter omnibus operators had tak...

by Victor Bhoroma

Tour Chimanimani with a clean intention

19 March 2019 | 3039 Views
In times of bereavement, people of different political and social persuasions, even those who do not see eye to eye bury their hatchets and converge to comfort the bereaved.The devastating Cyc...

by John Sigauke

Mnangagwa insist there was "no basis" free elections calls and rigging "satisfied people's needs" – how insulting

19 March 2019 | 1786 Views
"We feel that we are almost two decades behind in terms of development as a result of economic sanctions that have been imposed on us," Emmerson Mnangagwa told The National in an interview in Abu Dhab...

by Nomusa Garikai

New dispensation rejects corruption

19 March 2019 | 544 Views
The advent of the new dispensation in November 2017 has seen a new impetus in the fight against the scourge of corruption. Right beginning with his inauguration speech on 24 November 2017, President M...

by Bevan Musoko

Cyclone Idai a disaster to the region

19 March 2019 | 319 Views
Intense Tropical Cyclone Idai was the strongest tropical cyclone  to strike Mozambique  since Jokwe in 2008 and the deadliest tropical cyclone worldwide in 2019. The tenth named storm and re...

by Enos Denhere

Heal Zimbabwe speaks on the arrest of Rashid Mahiya

19 March 2019 | 1412 Views
Heal Zimbabwe takes great concern over the allegations leveled against Rashid Mahiya who is the Executive Director of Heal Zimbabwe and the Chairperson of the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition. He was arre...

by Heal Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's disaster response is a disaster

19 March 2019 | 2603 Views
There are few things that reveal the priorities of a government better than a national disaster. In Zimbabwe, Cyclone Idai, which had left at least 65 people dead and more than 100 missing in its wake...

by newZWire

Zimbabwe cannot outsource its development - it has to fix the fundamentals first

19 March 2019 | 409 Views
While South Africa believes sanctions should be scrapped in Zimbabwe, analysts indicate that the sanctions narrative has been an easy scapegoat in addressing the real issues affecting the country....

by Sally Nyakanyanga

Cyclone Idai, let's collect for a good cause

19 March 2019 | 2 Views
Faced with tragedy and extreme suffering in the wake of cyclone Idai, why are the later day 'prosperity gospel' prophets playing deaf and dumb? Their silence is very loud and the invisibility quite ap...

by Thomas Murisa.

MDC Alliance dismantling patriarchy towards a people’s movement

19 March 2019 | 3504 Views
Zimbabwe is in the throes of a deep economic and political crisis, further worsened by Cyclone Idai that has ravaged the eastern parts of the country leaving scores dead, hundreds injured and thousand...

by Grace Kwinjeh

Doctors give government two-week ultimatum on supplies - decisive action at last, after 38 years of dithering

18 March 2019 | 1946 Views
"DOCTORS at government hospitals have denied claims by the Health ministry that they had received supplies of medicines, bandages and critical accessories to alleviate their plight, following last wee...

by Patrick Guramatunhu

Beyond the New my foot!

18 March 2019 | 778 Views
In the past few months, I took some time to reflect on the role of political parties - specifically political parties in Zimbabwe.  I came to a simple conclusion - while political parties serve s...

by Sam Wezhira

US 2018 Human rights report on Zimbabwe biased

18 March 2019 | 777 Views
Last week the United States Department of State's Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labour released its 2018 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices. An examination of the report shows a fair vi...

by Nobleman Runyanga

Rhodesia was 'successful' because essentially it was a province of SA

18 March 2019 | 2071 Views
This week, I am going to start by doing something that we journalists don't normally do. Often we think our duty is to criticise or point out wrongdoing but never to praise even when praise is due. Bu...

by Baffour Ankomah

Price stability key to economic recovery

18 March 2019 | 456 Views
"A more efficient management system of scarce foreign exchange is key to price stabilisation and business growth."According to the "Transitional Stabilisation Programme" (TSP), the aspirations...

by Vince Musewe

Time's up

18 March 2019 | 480 Views
The day you were born that's the day your clock started working, now the question is what have you done with the time rationed to you, yes both the rich and poor people have 24hrs a day but how we spe...

by Clive Farai Magwenzi

Situation in Zimbabwe hospitals a damning indictment on government

18 March 2019 | 158 Views
A signature characteristic of former President Robert Mugabe (pictured)'s administration was silence in the face of crippling crises. Zimbabweans, at the height of Mugabe's rule, had become resigned t...

by Learnmore Zuze

We cannot blame Nelson Chamisa without blaming all of us

18 March 2019 | 2287 Views
We are under sanctions from the United States, the European Union and other Western outposts like Australia, New Zealand and Canada, and the ruin of the sanctions is without doubt. Our industr...

by Reason Wafawarova
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