By Elijah Chihota

The opposition MDC has become a pale shadow of itself and has failed to occupy the coveted address in Zimbabwe, the State Presidency of staying at Number One Chancellor Avenue in the party’s 20 years of existence. The party is now clutching at straws as its political star wanes in the horizon and now claims that they are targets for assassination and abduction.

By  Gwakura Choki

Information and communications technology (ICT) is a versatile industry of professionals ranging from engineers to programmers and technicians. The industry has enabled the growth of the economy by providing the convenience of transacting in the business sector and private societies. To that effect, the Zimbabwe Government have been making frantic efforts in making sure every corner of the country is covered in as far as access to information through ICTs is concerned.

By Derrik Tsimba

Zimbabwe needs to nurture its productive activities across all economic sectors to realise economic stability. Key economic sectors such as agriculture and mining need to be harnessed to realise their full potential for the nation to flourish.

By Peacemaker Zano

On 26 November 2019, US Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman, Senator Jim Risch, imprudently tweeted on his official twitter handle, @SenateForeign that President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Government should work with its people to end corruption and implement reforms in order to end economic challenges being experienced by the citizens.

By Innocent Mujeri

“A jack of all trades is a master of none” is an old English adage that simply means a person cannot be an expert in all things. This saying should be rung in Mr Chamisa’s ears as he is currently biting more than he can chew.

By SibusisoNdlamini

The much hyped, but shallow, so called ‘Hope of The Nation Address’, (HONA) by opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa had nothing new in it that Zimbabweans could actually hold on to, and believe that there is indeed economic, political or social hope.