Opinion

April 5, 2020
By Netsai Marova Whilst the whole essence of a lockdown in the context of the Novel Covid 19 outbreak is to enforce social distancing, stop contact between one possible host of the virus from transmitting it to the next, barely a few days ago the Zimbabwe Republic police arrested...
Big Saturday Read: Critical Analysis of the Supreme Court Judgment
April 4, 2020
By Alex Magaiza This week, the Supreme Court of Zimbabwe delivered a judgment...
MDC post-Supreme Court Contestation: Convergence of Egocentricism and Zanu pf Political Expediency Vs Democracy
April 3, 2020
By Dr Takavafira Zhou This epistle must be understood as a product of...
All Hopes on Saviour to carry the cross
April 2, 2020
By Peter Moyo Zimbabwe needs a Saviour now, more than ever. Many opposition...
A COVID-19 Outbreak Will Devastate Zimbabwe Which Has Several Crises To Deal With
March 29, 2020
By Thandekile Moyo, Daily Maverick BECAUSE the government is guilty of neglecting their mandate...
Even If Talks Get Off The Ground, Will Mbeki Find A Long-Lasting Solution To Zimbabwe’s Complex Crisis?
March 28, 2020
By Peter Fabricius NEARLY 12 years after brokering a short-lived resolution to Zimbabwe’s...

March 28, 2020
By Ian Sconnes ZIMBABWE had three confirmed cases and one recorded death of COVID-19 (coronavirus) as of 26 March, and a national disaster has been declared. So far suspected cases have been limited, but once the virus spreads through the population, it could be devastating. In thinking about COVID-19 in...
Anti-Chinese prejudice is self-defeating in Covid-19 fight
March 26, 2020
By Tichaona Zindoga The global Coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) has brought along a sad...
Big Saturday Read: Oppah’s “moment of madness”
March 21, 2020
By Alex Magaisa The COVID-19 pandemic is causing fundamental disruption in the lives...
How coronavirus is killing off global air travel
March 19, 2020
BBC Qantas has become the latest major airline to cancel international flights as...
Basic protective measures against the new coronavirus
March 17, 2020
Stay aware of the latest information on the COVID-19 outbreak, available on the...
Mining In Zimbabwe: Time To Use It Or Lose It
March 4, 2020
By Mining Technology BETWEEN colonial intervention and a weak regulatory framework, mining in...

March 1, 2020
By Nic Cheeseman The Conversation MALAWI recently held its breath as the Constitutional Court took ten hours to painstakingly read out its verdict on the highly controversial 2019 presidential elections. When it finally became clear that the judgment would nullify the election of President Peter Mutharika, jubilant opposition supporters took to...
BIG SATURDAY READ: A grain of corruption
March 1, 2020
By Alex Magaisa The Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) has gained national...
Crosby: Part 6 – What the Heck Is Going On?
February 19, 2020
By Crosby T. Pamberi The story so far: This column seeks to make...
Radio Gains in Diversity in Most of Africa
February 16, 2020
By John Masuku Ensuring diversity in radio broadcasting is crucial for democracy in...
Little Has Changed In Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe
February 16, 2020
Council on Foreign Relations AFTER thirty-seven years in power, President Robert Mugabe of...
Govt’s Response To Machete Gangs Pathetic
February 12, 2020
By Lawrence Paganga, Deputy Editor ON Saturday 28 December 2019, Wonder Hokoyo, a...

February 10, 2020
By Munya Gwisai Renowned and leading African scientist and scholar, Professor AGO Mutambara, ignited a storm with his recent piece alleging shameless and scandalous grade inflation by ZIMSEC citing a school where 79 out of 140 students got three A’s or 15 points at A Level or a 56%...
Dear UN…Please don’t be fooled by ED’s food aid distribution promises
February 9, 2020
Dear United Nations “Our immediate priority as government is to guarantee food security...
What the heck is going on? – Part 5
February 8, 2020
By Crosby T. Pamberi Like most people, as 2019 drew to a close,...
Amendments of Shame, an attempt to mutilate democracy
January 31, 2020
Gift ‘Ostallos’ Siziba A National Constitution is about power, the use of power,...
Chamisa’s signal: Mystery, illusion and hope
January 30, 2020
Tichaona Zindoga In 2018, South Africa’s firebrand opposition leader, Julius Malema made headlines...
Open letter to Obert Gutu
January 30, 2020
Dear Advocate Obert Gutu, “POLAD has to be brought to the people” is...

January 24, 2020
Tichaona Zindoga Twenty seven. That’s the number of places that President Mnangagwa’s administration wants to change Zimbabwe’s Constitution, passed only seven years ago. The intended changes, announced over a fortnight ago, range from scrapping the contentious provision of Presidential running mates to the selection of judges and prosecutors, which...
3 things keeping Zim’s finance minister awake at night
January 18, 2020
Fin24 Food, power and currency stability are the three things most likely keeping...
Pick up or PAC up? …Jury out on Mnangagwa’s advisory body
January 12, 2020
Tichaona Zindoga On Friday, President Mnangagwa broke his annual leave, only two days...
Can Zimbabwe Move Beyond the Sanctions Rhetoric?
January 11, 2020
By Hoitsimolimo Mutlokwa 2020 marks 19 years of the Zimbabwean government declaring that...
A rough guide to Mbeki Mediation 2.0
January 7, 2020
By Tichaona Zindoga Former South African president Thabo Mbeki was in an unexplained...
Five things ED can do right in 2020
January 2, 2020
Tichaona Zindoga The year 2020 opens with increasing foreboding for Zimbabweans: a looming...

December 29, 2019
By Wilf Mbanga My brothers and I leapt out of bed at the first glimmer of dawn on Christmas morning – and there they were. Every Christmas of my childhood that I can remember, the shiny black school shoes were neatly lined up by the door. A new pair...
Battle for the RBZ and the “Judas Iscariot” within?
December 26, 2019
By Anthony Matutu One of Zimbabwe’s financial publications had a very interesting, though...
It’s flawed macro-economic governance systems, Stupid!
December 23, 2019
By Jameson Dapi PUBLIC Accounts Committee (PAC) chairperson, Honourable Tendai Biti is not...
Zimbabwe: High-profile prosecution reveals a toxic cocktail of corruption, misogyny and abuse of office
December 20, 2019
Daily Maverick In a country where pensioners spend four nights sleeping outside banks...
Women; deliberately shut out or are part of the problem: Celebrating 16 Days of Activism
November 29, 2019
By Margaret Chinowaita SINCE the time I started working as a journalist, I...
From Zimbabwe to Bolivia: what makes a military coup?
November 22, 2019
By Blessing-Miles Tendi When the military intervened against Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe in...

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