Opinion & Analysis

1 week ago | March 17, 2019

Its not a walk in the park

One of the things that is needed in our local authorities is discipline in terms of spending. Local authorities, just ...

Line ministries must push law alignment

The Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs has a mandate to coordinate alignment of laws to the Constitution.

The power of self-belief

The prospects of Zimbabwe scaling to greater heights are real, but for starters, this can only happen if we start ...

Making interbank market better

Persistence Gwanyanya While it’s only human to give credit where credit is due, it is in the nature of many analysts to ...

2 weeks ago | March 10, 2019

We shall overcome!

Last week, the US government confirmed what we already suspected - that Washington will indefatigably continue to use ...

Biti, this world will humble you!

Even after having gone through the intellectual rigours of philosophy and theology at seminary, Bishop Lazi still ...

‘Freedom that never was’

We continue chronicling the political life of Cde Agrippa Samuriwo. The former Whawha detainee who tells our Deputy News ...

An ideologically rooted cadre is gone

Emilio Munemo, Comrade Revolution, the Brigadier-General is no more. Indeed the Chitepo School of Ideology, the ...

Dismantling corporate colonialism, oligopolies, cartels and ...

In November 2018, His Excellency, President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa, boldly declared the open and unrelenting ...

3 weeks ago | March 3, 2019

Chamisa’s divisive tactics in vain

There is more that binds us as Zimbabweans than that which divides us and the earlier we realise this the better for all ...

‘Politics became an unavoidable route’

We chronicle the political life of former Whawha detainee Cde Agrippa Samuriwo. Cde Samuriwo, who comes from a family of ...

Behold, circus cavalry comes to town

Bishop Lazarus  The pen, when wielded by the most potent hand, can indeed become mightier than the sword. As Bishop Lazi ...

Sophisticated simplicity of Zim’s wordsmiths slowly floats up, away

Ray Mawerera “…for in the beginning there was silence and we all were and in the end there will be silence and in ...

Comparative analysis of land reform in Zim, SA

Zimbabwe gained independence from Britain on April 18 1980 after a decade-long bloody, bitter and protracted armed struggle.