By Gift Mashoko

SADC countries have declared October 25 as solidarity day against illegal sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe. This came out in a communiqué at the 39th SADC Summit of the Heads of State and Government that was read out at the close of the high-level meeting in Tanzania recently.

By Ashley Kondo

Zimbabwe’s main opposition, MDC, is scheduled to take to the streets to protest against a supposedly deteriorating standard of life for citizens on 16 August 2019.

By By Elijah Chihota

ZANU PF is like a sleeping giant which is often teased by smaller political parties which have no political ideology. The Party works in very mysterious ways to such an extent that when people think it is now finished, it wakes up and delivers a devastating blow to the opposition as it did during the 2013 harmonised election when it won overwhelmingly and putting a final nail to the MDC short-lived stint in Government thanks to the Global Political Agreement which ushered in the inclusive Government (GNU).

By Dakarai Tembo

It is only days before Zimbabwe celebrates the selfless sacrifices by both the living and departed ‘sons and daughters of the soil’ who snatched the country from the snares of colonialism through the protracted liberation war.

By Chido Chikuni

Economic development is a process in which a nation is improving its economic, political and social sectors for the well-being of its people whilst peace can be defined as freedom from any form of disturbance. Hence, peace is synonymous with development.

By Christopher Makaza

Previous trends have shown that distressed MDC and likeminded hooligans always want to take advantage of international forums to humiliate President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the Zimbabwe Government in front of other international delegates.

By Elijah Chihota

The MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa seems to have perfected the art of making so much noise like a cricket when there is nothing proportional in terms of results. Each time Chamisa is given a microphone to address at a rally, nothing good comes out of his mouth apart from uttering some expletives or denigrating women.