Blogs

2 weeks ago | September 11, 2018

Hardwork endears Matsikenyeri to Chimanimani West

Ruth Butaumocho Gender Editor Re-elected Chimanimani West Member of Parliament Cde Nokhutula Matsikenyeri believes ...

Enoughof Uncle Sam’s bullying

Isdore Guvamombe Assistant Editor The sanctions are indeed about the US’s proclivity for regime change in order to ...

3 weeks ago | September 6, 2018

Make corruption a 4-letter word

We agree with the President that it is an issue that we cannot pay mere lip service to but that serious measures be put ...

4 weeks ago | September 1, 2018

SPARE A THOUGHT FOR A GHOST TOWN OUR FOOTBALL FORGOT

 SHARUKO ON SATURTAY THE giant grain silos at Lion’s Den – where a fiery explosion this week killed five people ...

1 month ago | August 27, 2018

Rejecting poll results a threat to democracy

After World War II western large mass parties dominated democracies; and these parties held the structures of the ...

Madiwa’s chance to shine

Ruth Butaumocho Gender Editor When Cde Chipo Madiwa enrolled for a Master Degree in Public Policy and Governance in ...

1 month ago | August 25, 2018

TWENTY YEARS LATER ,THEY STILL SANG, THERE’S ONLY ONE MOSES ...

EARLIER this week, something hugely significant happened in the world of music when the King of Pop, Michael Jackson’s ...

1 month ago | August 20, 2018

How electoral democracy hurts the collective cause

SOMETHING is going wrong with democracy. Something has gone wrong with democracy. It was the most successful political ...

1 month ago | August 18, 2018

(UNDER THE EAVES with Igomombe) Zimbabwe: Fighting over our ...

since there are so many impious hands on Zimbabwe’s internal affairs, so many hands challenging its sovereignty, I ...

1 month ago | August 14, 2018

Election 2018: Women fail to gain ground

When the clock struck 12 midnight on July 29, thousands of women across Zimbabwe still carried hope that the clique of ...

1 month ago | August 13, 2018

Why elections are bad for democracy

Reason Wafawarova on Monday Brexit was a turning point in the history of Western democracy in general, and that of ...

2 months ago | August 7, 2018

Mr Chamisa, winners exude confidence!

Turning to why Mr Chamisa accepts defeat in the National Assembly and not the presidency, he quipped: “Why should ZEC ...

2 months ago | August 6, 2018

New dispensation and the rotten apple theory

Clearly, the West is impressed with the demise of Robert Mugabe, but not for the same reasons we are impressed. We are ...

2 months ago | August 1, 2018

7 things learnt from Zim election

The next few days will be interesting as many countries of the world congratulate Zimbabwe on its historic success while ...

2 months ago | July 30, 2018

Why the mythical Chamisa victory will not happen

Reason Wafawarova on Monday So  much has been said about who will win today’s election, from “ED Pfee” to “Chamisa ...