Tinotenda Mutasa

In Zimbabwe, gradually, almost unnoticeably, over the past year or so, there has been a steady rise in fake news and alarmist stories intended to soil President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Government. The President has been blamed and accused of all sorts of evil, including Gukurahundi, without plausible evidence being put forward to support the accusations. Conveniently for the regime change agenda proponents, sporadic protests and industrial action have manifested as a result of biting economic conditions. The tempo was increased with deliberate provocation of law enforcement agents so as to get basis for allegations of brutality and human rights abuse.

Anesu Pedzisayi

Zimbabwe joins the rest of the world in celebrating International Women’s month that falls in March. This year the celebrations are running under the theme, #BalanceforBetter. International Women’s Day is held to celebrate women’s achievements throughout history and across nations.

Elijah Chihota

In everyday life when the going gets tough or unbearable and when everything seems to have ground to a halt, people tend to turn to social scientists in the form of witchdoctors, spirit mediums, prophets and fetish prophets for solutions and spiritual guidance. This also takes place in political circles. Zimbabwe has had its fair share of these ambitious politicians who wish to occupy the number one post in the land. The field of 23 candidates for the 30 July 2018 presidential elections candidates is testament to this.

Claver Nyuki

The split prone MDC faces arguably its strongest test post-Tsvangirai era, when that party commences its elective congress from 24 May 2019 to 26 May 2019.

By Charles Motsi

After months of confusion, hackling and basically not seeing any direction, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) has finally announced dates for their much awaited Elective Congress; the deed will be undertaken from 24 to 26 May 2019. When it is all said and done the party will have a substantive, elected and legitimate leader to carry the party to the 2023 national election.

Christine Lethokuhle Mabhena

The inaugural session of the Zimbabwe-Botswana Bi-National Commission (BNC) Summit which ended yesterday in Harare presents both countries with mutual benefits that are set to improve the lives of citizens of the two Southern African neighbours.

Elijah Chihota

The online news publication, Zimeye whose credibility is very questionable, did the unthinkable this week by taking a jibe on the First Lady, Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa through publishing a shoddily-done one-sided negative article on her. The article claimed that the First Lady allegedly ill-treated and fired State House staff arbitrarily. The paper, however, exposed its ulterior motive by failing to provide solid documentary evidence to back its story or exact dates on which the alleged incidents occurred as is the norm in journalism.