Category: Politics

‘New dispensation must bring change’-Citizens, politicians

By Joyce Mukucha In pursuit of unlocking the full potential of Zimbabwe as an economically stable country, citizens of Zimbabwe and politicians met to discuss Mugabe’s...

An analysis of the Thursday police force plugging

By Farai Chirimumimba   On Thursday, over 30 senior police officers from the rank of Senior Assistant Commissioner to Deputy Commissioner-General were given their...

CSOs discuss electoral discourse

By Joyce Mukucha As Zimbabwe is preparing for this year’s harmonised elections, the Zimbabwe Electoral Support Network (ZESN) has launched a debate series on the 18th...

Social Media and National building in Zimbabwe

By Pauline Hurungudo Within the political discourse, many strategies have been used to bring about change and push the development agenda throughout the world. Social...

Dialogue the best approach towards solving the Palestinian question

By Byron Mutingwende   The Palestinian question can only be addressed adequately through dialogue, the Speaker of the National Assembly, Jacob Mudenda has said. He...

Mnangagwa in dress rehearsal regional tour ahead of AU meeting

By Farai Chirimumimba President Emmerson Mnangagwa and team have been forced to do clean-up after ascending to power through the help of a coup and impeachment...

Hon Betty Nhambu-Kaseke: MP with a difference

By Byron Mutingwende Honourable Betty Nhambu-Kaseke, the Member of the House of Assembly for Kuwadzana was catapulted into Parliament on a ruling party Zanu (PF) ticket...

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How has ZANU-PF developed in 38 years of rule?

By Farai Chirimumimba The year 2018 marks 38 years of ZANU-PF rule so any credit or brickbats for all progress or lack of it must go to the party. So, how has ZANU-PF...

Security sector transformation not an opposition issue

By PDP Information Department Emmerson Mnangagwa’s last act of 2017 was a bad decision to deploy soldiers on young protestors in Bulawayo at a church service...

Political highlights of 2017, a year to remember

By Farai Chirimumimba and Byron Mutingwende A toast to another year coming to an end, and what a year it has been. There can be no doubt that 2017 will be remembered as...