by Claver Nyuki

The shaky partnership between MDC Alliance and Zanu PF rebels, the National Patriotic Front (NPF), is living on borrowed time as irreconcilable differences continue to rock that marriage.

by Tawanda Musariri

The losing Movement for Democratic Change Alliance led by Nelson Chamisa is reportedly activating its violence machinery ahead of a court challenge on the outcome of the harmonised elections which saw the party trailing Zanu PF far behind.

by Dorcas Rumano

A sharp increase in the votes garnered by Zanu PF’s Presidential candidate in Harare metropolitan province in this year’s historic elections, has demonstrated that the President-elect, Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa is a people’s choice.

by Own Correspondent

Kenyan script, Zimbabwean cast – is the best way to describe the violent clashes that took place in Harare on 1 August this year.

The clashes came as a surprise to many considering that the electioneering for the 30 July plebiscite was the most peaceful in the history of Zimbabwe.

However, to those who follow the news, the violence was long time coming.

Let us rewind to July 2017, when former MDC-T leader Tsvangirai and one of his then deputies, Nelson Chamisa, travelled to Kenya where they met with Orange Democratic Movement leader, Raila Odinga (known for inciting some Kenyans to burn and turn their country upside down every time he was defeated in an election).

Chamisa is on record confirming the visit to the East African country.

“We travelled to Kenya to build a global coalition against manipulation of elections, not just in Zimbabwe, but the whole African continent,” he said.

 “The tragedy we have on the continent is of disputed elections and to that end, efforts are afoot to mobilise international and global solidarity for free and fair elections, not only in the Sadc region, but also East Africa.”

by Gift Mashoko

The Business Community has hailed the outcome of the Presidential election, saying that President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been given an opportunity  to continue fulfilling his ‘Zimbabwe is open for business’ mantra which creates a conducive business environment for both local and foreign investors.

by Elijah Chihota

President Emmerson Mnangagwa kept his cool as the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) went about collating the results which saw him scoring 2 460 463 votes, outpacing his closest  rival, Nelson Chamisa of the MDC-Alliance who managed to get 2 147 436 votes.

by Patience Rashai

Zanu PF Presidential candidate in the just-ended 2018 harmonised elections, Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa, has been declared duly elected President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, according to section 110 of the constitution.