Minister Chinamasa

Zim-Asset to boost or bust

My Turn with Tichaona Zindoga MANY of us may have been at one point confronted with the “idiomatic antithesis” regarding some construct called “letter and spirit”, especially regarding Law.
my turn

The name Cecil smells, even on a lion

BY now the world is sufficiently saturated with, and nauseated (presumably) by the news of the death of a lion called Cecil that was allegedly killed by a tourist hunter in Hwange three weeks ago. Su...
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Too much negative energy assails us

My Turn with Tichaona Zindoga IT is tempting to focus on the recent histrionics of one Kudakwashe Bhasikiti, a former Zanu-PF member who was fired a couple of months back for being part of the factio...
tsangirai mutasa

It’s about 2018 not 2008, stupid!

My Turn with Tichaona Zindoga Tsvangirai must be focusing on 2018 rather than 2008. MDC supporters will not be compelled to vote for the party simply on the basis of what could have been, and which f...
WELCOME TO NIGERIA . . .  Property destruction has almost become normal in Nigeria where Boko Haram is on the prowl

Nigeria has its own lunatic fringe, too

There is no Boko Haram in Zimbabwe, which Boko Haram is a terrorist organisation that has killed thousands of people and kidnapped and raped women and girls in Nigeria and neighbouring countries. It ...
Mr Tsvangirai

4 000 words to Morgan Tsvangirai

My Turn with Tichaona Zindoga You see, we always get accused of being fixated on the person of Morgan Tsvangirai, the leader of the opposition MDC-T. Of course, we shouldn’t. After all, the guy is a ...
“BHORA MUGEDHI”  . . . Morgan Tsvangirai and his erstwhile secretary-general Tendai Biti go through the zanu-pf Election Manifesto in the run-up to the July 2013 harmonised elections in which the MDC-T was soundly thrashed

Meet the MDC-T’s best brains!

My Turn with Tichaona Zindoga A lot of ink has already been wasted on the opposition MDCs’ decision not to participate in the by- elections that MDC-T precipitated by getting Tendai Biti’s group remo...
Zimbabwe’s indigenisation laws provide for “reserved sectors” which include hair salons (above),barber shops, small retail and the taxi industry. These sectors are well crafted ideally to protect indigenous Zimbabweans from unwarranted competition from outsiders who come to do jobs or provide services that indigenous people can do or provide

Some pointers for SA envoy

My Turn with Tichaona Zindoga THERE is some story that appeared on a website this week that could hardly escape attention. The story concerned South African Ambassador to Zimbabwe Vusi Mavimbela and ...