By Rudo Saungweme

Zanu PF party yesterday castigated the United States of America (USA) for the extension of sanctions on Zimbabwe indicating that the decision made was crippling efforts by the Government of Zimbabwe (GoZ) of implementing its National Reform Agenda including the engagement and reengagement policy.

Christopher Makaza

Yesterday`s press conference by MDC Harare youths  to impose Nelson Chamisa as their party president has been heavily criticised by social media users who accuse the youth for lacking ideological clarity on  basic tenets of democracy and that Chamisa is  sacrificing them to achieve his own personal agenda.

…as make-or-break congress nears

By Rudo Saungweme

Factionalism has reached dizzying heights as party structures jostle to endorse their preferred candidates ahead of the elective congress scheduled for May this year.

Nobleman Runyanga

The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair Company (ZITF)’s plans to construct a 300-room hotel and conference centre in Bulawayo are still on course, the Harare Post has learnt. This was revealed by the parastatal’s board chairperson, Ruth Ncube during a stakeholders’ meeting with business executives held at a Harare hotel today.

By Gift Mashoko

Former MDC Harare West legislator and Human Rights lawyer Jessie Majome has lambasted outspoken MDC Alliance legislator for Zengeza West constituency, Job Sikhala, over his abusive post on social media attacking a lady who accused MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa of raping her.