Opinion

September 15, 2019
By Marshall Bwanya FORMER President Robert Mugabe’s legacy is a complex, contested terrain with divergent views and opinions. In his legacy lies the good, bad and ugly. He was a multi-faceted individual that cannot be dissected at face value. No individual can disqualify his contribution to the liberation of...
Debate on the legacy of Mugabe misplaced
September 14, 2019
By Geraldine Sibanda As l heard about Robert Mugabe’s death, l felt nothing....
What next for the Mugabe kids?
September 13, 2019
TimesLive Robert Mugabe may be gone, but his children will carry the name,...
Robert Mugabe; an opportunist, ambitious failure who hijacked a people’s revolution
September 11, 2019
By Mlondolozi Ndlovu Born in 1924, Robert Gabriel Mugabe became one of Zimbabwe’s...
Robert Mugabe obituary
September 6, 2019
The Guardian As the armoured vehicles rolled in to Harare in November 2017,...
If Death Expunges Bad Deeds, What Is Our Incentive To Reform?
September 6, 2019
By Dr. Noah Manyika In the final scene of “The Godfather” trilogy, Michael...

August 27, 2019
TechnoMag Telecommunications experts are engaging the Postal and Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) for another tariff increase as operational costs continue to balloon. While the price of diesel continues to go north amidst foreign currency disparities, mainly driven by RTGS bond value distortions and FOB prices, fuel prices will...
Zimbabweans – What The Heck Is Going On? Part 1
August 22, 2019
By Crosby T. Pamberi . . . In the winter, the surf off...
Zimbabwe after Mugabe still an abattoir of human rights
August 21, 2019
By Takudzwanashe Mundenga When President Emmerson Mnangagwa assumed office through a soft coup...
Of demonstrations and government’s response
August 15, 2019
By Takudzwanashe Mundenga We often say that the hour of death cannot be...
Analysing the partnership agreement between Air Zimbabwe and Mack Air
August 12, 2019
By Adiel Mambara This article expands on previous articles I have written on...
The Effects of Trivializing Corruption in Africa
August 9, 2019
By Takudzwanashe Mundenga One of the colossal challenges facing the post-colonial Africa is...

August 5, 2019
Bloomberg News Zimbabwe’s finance minister responded to the country’s worsening economic crisis last week by blacking out inflation statistics for the next six months, boosting the price of the little power that’s available five-fold and admitting what the International Monetary Fund told him in April: the economy will contact...
Zimbabwe’s post-Mugabe reforms need the support of the West
August 2, 2019
By Dr Sibusiso Moyo A year has passed since Zimbabwe elected President Emmerson...
Gnashing your teeth over rising fuel prices? Implications enormous for business
July 30, 2019
By Japhet Chiri Every driver’s nightmare has become securing fuel and getting it...
Zim Cricket ban: When political hyenas stray onto the sports field
July 25, 2019
By Stanley Gama I HAVE been out of active journalism for almost two...
Why the ICT sector is now struggling
July 16, 2019
By Toneo Rutsito Zimbabwe’s telecoms sector has hit the May Day button yet...
Governments have an obligation to deliver public goods to citizens in return for the exercise of political power
July 14, 2019
By Alex Magaisa Public goods are sometimes referred to as political goods. The...

July 9, 2019
By Takudzwa Mukiwa Takudzwa Mukiwa is the Head of Social Marketing for Britain’s leading HIV and Sexual Health charity Terrence Higgins Trust – and this summer he’s inviting you all to play your part in stopping HIV in its tracks. Recently at African Nations Cup UK, (which Team Zimbabwe...
Are Banks Racist and is Prayer alone enough?
July 6, 2019
I get asked this question so many times. My answer is always the...
Return of the Zimbabwe dollar
June 30, 2019
By Alex Magaisa The most significant news from Zimbabwe today is the dramatic...
The United States Dollar as a Deity in Zimbabwe
June 30, 2019
By Takura Zhangazha THE Zimbabwean government recently did the unfathomable, at least according...
How extractive institutions impede economic recovery
June 16, 2019
By Alex Magaisa THE purpose of this BSR is to examine and demonstrate...
MOPA is a bad law borrowed from Apartheid South Africa’s statutes
June 12, 2019
By Douglas Togaraseyi Mwonzora Recently, the government of Zimbabwe, through the Minister of...

June 1, 2019
By Alex Magaisa POLITICS questions are best solved in the court of politics. There is no point running around with a piece of paper without the people. This is what I wrote a few weeks ago after a High Court judge ordered the MDC to, among other things, hold...
Dumiso Dabengwa: Zimbabwe’s intelligence Czar
May 30, 2019
By Blessing Miles-Tendi On the night of August 15, 2011, I attended the...
Big Saturday Read: Dumiso Dabengwa – Tribute to a liberation icon
May 25, 2019
By Dr Alex Magaisa  Following the death of Dumiso Dabengwa, Zimbabwe has lost...
Dr Dumiso Dabengwa: 6 December 1939 to 23 May 2019, A Tribute by Lloyd Msipa
May 25, 2019
By Lloyd Msipa A giant has fallen. Zimbabwe mourns. Dr Dumiso Dabengwa personified...
Zimbabwe should fully liberalise the petroleum industry
May 19, 2019
By Victor Bhoroma It has become apparent that the Zimbabwean government is failing...
The Death Penalty in Zimbabwe: is the country ready for abolition?
May 16, 2019
By Parvais Jabbar and Val Ingham-Thorpe May 2019 marks the anniversary of the...

May 11, 2019
By David Tinashe Hofisi THE High Court sitting at Harare dealt a body-blow to Nelson Chamisa’s leadership of the MDC on 8 May 2019. In the case of Elias Mashavira vs. Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) and Five Others HH 302/19, Justice Edith Mushore ruled that Chamisa’s ascension to...
Judgment: An Existential Threat to the Opposition
May 10, 2019
By Alex Magaisa A judgment delivered by a High Court judge, Justice Mushore...
Zim Workers Day 2019: Re-Linking the Idea of State with Working People
May 5, 2019
By Takura Zhangazha Zimbabwe’s biggest labour federation the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions...
Big Saturday Read: How to overcome polarisation in Zimbabwe
April 27, 2019
By Alex T Magaisa I have been reading: How Democracies Die, a fascinating...
A truly ‘new Zimbabwe’ should mean a free space for dissent
April 23, 2019
By Vongai Chikwanda As Zimbabwe celebrates 39 years of independence, its citizens still...
Not yet Uhuru – Celebrating Virtual Independence
April 18, 2019
By Stembile Mpofu The fight for the Independence of African countries has been...

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