Category: Politics

The MDCT needs to harvest talent

By Patson Dzamara I almost jumped out of my skin after reading a rather uncharacteristic and bold assertion by Dr. Pedzisai Ruhanya. “90% of the current MDC-T...

Reasons Why Zimbabwe May Have Gone Beyond Failed Country Status

Wisdom Mumera Definitions of a failed state usually include a rudderless country where their is little to no central government control of happenings, an economy in...

Implement human rights treaties and obligations: Government urged

By Byron Mutingwende The government has been urged to implement various human rights treaty obligations it has ratified in order to promote peace and democracy. This...

HEALTH, A KEY CONSIDERATION FOR 2018

By Jealousy Mawarire If you want to see how Zimbabweans are not serious about rebuilding this country, just look at the flippancy they exhibit towards the health of the...

Zimbabwe’s unending impasse: a time to sit on the table?

By Byron Mutingwende The Southern African Political Economy Series Trust (Sapes) and Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) Conference on developing a dialogue for reform...

Zimbabwe’s non-aligned political parties in 2018 electoral pact

By Wallace Mawire Marginalised Zimbabwe’s parties to contest in the forthcoming 2018 watershed elections have signed an MOU (PACT) in a bid to work together as a...

Not too young to run for the 2018 General elections

By Ashton Bumhira   Zimbabwean youth constitute the largest constituency of over 60% of the population but continue be socially, politically, and economically...

Zimbabwe moves towards ratification of 1954 Hague Convention

By Byron Mutingwende   Zimbabwe is moving towards the ratification of the two protocols of the 1954 Convention for the Protection of Cultural Heritage in the event...

Transformation must be the coalition agenda: Tendai Biti

By PDP Communication Department   The democratic contingent must put Zimbabwe first by coming together to forge a formidable coalition against dictatorship,...

ZEC urged to protect assisted voters

By Byron Mutingwende The election management body, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC), must come up with stringent measures that deter the abuse of assisted voting,...