Byron Adonis Mutingwende

Is it carnage as Mnangagwa becomes Zimbabwe’s third president?

By Farai Chirimumimba Zimbabweans witnessed the inauguration of their third president, Emmerson Mnagagwa. The interim president who is to rule for about eight months...

Women and girls are givers of life – they need protection and respect

By Byron Mutingwende   “In Shona they say “Musha Mukadzi” loosely translated to: The home is the woman. In Ibbo language they say “Nneka” meaning Mother...

PWDs calls for universal accessibility of tourism services

By Patricia Mashiri People with disabilities (PWDs) are calling for universal accessibility of tourism services as the minority group is usually left out in most tourism...

Urban local authorities urged to embrace climate change adaptation strategies

By Byron Mutingwende   The ministry of water resources development and climate has introduced the National Adaption Plan (NAP) process to urban authorities to...

It’s not yet Uhuru for Zimbabwe

By Rawlings Magede The events of the 18th of November 2017 will go down in the history of the country as memorable, yes memorable, in the sense that people from diverse...

Zimbabwe urged to prioritise poverty eradication

By Byron Mutingwende   A Cabinet minister has noted that Zimbabwe was on an economic growth trajectory from 2009 to 2017 but without much reduction in poverty...

Mixed views as President Mugabe resigns

By Byron Mutingwende   There were wild celebrations in the capital Harare as the news that President Robert Mugabe, in power for 37 years since 1980 when the...

Government embarks on reforms and initiatives to improve investment environment

By Byron Mutingwende   The Ministry of Macro-Economic Planning and Investment Promotion is spearheading various initiatives to promote investment in the country, it...

The Whimsical Beauty of Democracy Falters Against Military Machismo

Wisdom Mumera Prior to the Zimbabwe Defence Force operation that has cornered President Mugabe in a bid to have him resign, elections were dominating the news. However...

What’s next after the “soft coup” in Zimbabwe?

By Farai Chirimumimba and Byron Mutingwende In an effort to justify the overthrow of the government one African officer is known to have claimed that a coup never...