As long as MPs do not do their homework, they will remain rubber stampers regardless of the vuvuzela noise they make in their lame contributions

Ministers, MPs must have term limits too

Lloyd Gumbo Mr Speaker, Sir The other day while having lunch at a local restaurant with colleagues, we overheard a fairly old-looking couple discussing the recent developments in Zanu-PF and Governme...

Fr Ribeiro’s remarkable Golden Jubilee

Hildegarde The Arena HE is the embodiment of Zimbabwe’s spiritual, social, cultural and political journey, tying together colonial and post-colonial Zimbabwe since through his works. He has also been...

Politics and loyalty

Reason Wafawarova on Thursday IN political commentary and conversation, the word loyal is quite common, although most of the time it is used as spin. The prosaic, pragmatic, and sometimes pernicious ...

Infrastructure sharing takes centre stage

Tonderai Rutsito TechSpot The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe recently held a consultative workshop with all the country`s communications operators and internet Service...

Memories of a village Xmas

Sekai Nzenza  on Wednesday IN this village homestead, on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day we paid respect to Jesus Christ because he saved us from our sins. Then we poured beer on the ground before th...

The changing role of our newspapers

Knowledge Mushohwe Art Zone In the 1980s, before the internet took over just about all of our lives, newspapers were proud to display the “exclusive” tag, each time they knew or presumed no other new...
VP Mujuru

The honeymoon is over

Lloyd Gumbo Mr Speaker, Sir Imagine Joice Mujuru standing up in the National Assembly during Question time to ask about Government policies. How about Didymus Mutasa and Nicholas Goche doing the same...
Cde Didymus Mutasa

Tragedy of presumptuous ambitions

Reason Wafawarova On Thursday THE decision to become a Head of State and Government must be one made under a very definite set of circumstances, not some thoughtless audacity driven by blind insatiab...
IN 2004 Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was yesterday appointed First Vice President and Second Secretary of zanu-pf, showed humility to congratulate Cde Joice Mujuru following her appointment as Second Vice President and Secretary of the ruling party

‘Simplistic’ assumptions that cost

Hildegarde The Arena Famed German physicist Albert Einstein once said, “The only reason for time is so that everything doesn’t happen at once.” Sounds plausible when one considers the intrigues and c...

All hands on deck in 2015

Victoria Ruzvidzo Business Focus The year 2014 is drawing to a close and how timeous it is to look back and introspect. Progress in the economy has not happened at the pace we had envisaged. We did n...