The internet being a cornerstone tool/mechanism for the enjoyment of rights by all Zimbabweans of freedom of expression, access to information, privacy, and media freedom as outlined in the new Constitution, must be accessible and affordable for all our country’s citizens regardless of gender, race and class. - Pic from www.slashgear.com

Zim debates internet governance

By TechnoMag Staff Stakeholders in the local ICT industry who converged at Jameson Hotel in Harare recently, during a conference facilitated by MISA-Zimbabwe to debate and deliberate on the national ...
Tendai Biti

Opposition and the blame syndrome

The Arena With Hildegarde If Prophet Makandiwa, the ZRP and Zanu-PF are responsible for the cancellation of the holding of the congress, can we also conclude that the Renewal Team wanted to undermine...
Young legislators like Justice Mayor Wadyajena (seen here making a presentation in Parliament) are vital to the policy-making process

Blending youth, experience progressive

Nick Mangwana View From the Diaspora The main political parties in Zimbabwe have Youth Wings. They are always said to be the vanguard of the party in as far as foot soldiering is concerned. The argum...
Shimmer Chinodya

90 minutes with Shimmer Chinodya

Elliot Ziwira @ The Book Store SHIMMER Chinodya (SC) is one of the most prominent writers in Zimbabwe who has mastered the genres of verse and prose. He is equally comfortable with poetry as he is wi...

African civilisation is not a myth

Lovemore Ranga Mataire The Reader Cheikh Anta Diop, the Senegalese author, Egyptologist and philosopher has contributed a lot to debunking orchestrated attempts by European historians to reduce Afric...
Julius Nyerere

Zimbabwe: Centering the social question

The Other Side with Nathaniel Manheru Zimbabwe is moving, evolving quite fast. Not in the superficial neo-liberal sense in which a backsliding country can be pampered by Bretton Woods affiliates, pam...
Some MPs only attend parliamentary proceedings briefly just to mark themselves present before walking out within five minutes

Television legislators, we presume?

Lloyd Gumbo Mr Speaker Sir The first instalment on this column about two years ago ruffled feathers when it raised the fact that some MPs were only attending parliamentary proceedings briefly just to...