by Innocent Mujeri

Renowned African-Nigerian writer Chinua Achebe is well known for his famous novel, A Man of the People, which mirrors Nigerian political culture through the eyes of a corrupt politician, Chief Nanga. Closely reading the book now, one can’t help but wonder if those negative depictions didn’t have an inverse intended impact on its recipients, giving birth to Zimbabwean politician, Saviour Kasukuwere, who has turned out to be a replica of Chief Nanga - a womanizer, corrupt, power hungry and nepotistic in nature. Nanga was also a violent fellow who terrorised his perceived political opponents, who only lost his parliamentary seat after the army intervened to stop his political madness.

by Derick Tsimba

Government has spelt out that the year 2020 shall be a year of economic progress as the country moves out of austerity measures as the year is punctuated by a World Bank economic growth prediction of 2,7% . Going forward Government is looking at prioritising key economic measures aimed at stabilising the economy, the focus being on currency stability, power availability and food security.

By Peacemaker Zano

Former Zanu PF members and Cabinet ministers, who fall under the G40 cabal, and went into self-imposed exile in neighbouring countries are living testimonies that all is not well outside their country of origin, as measures have been put to clip off their political wings as they are banned from participating in any form of political activities.

by Elijah Chihota

Each time the country approaches an election, the MDC goes full throttle lying to the electorate that they are the “party of excellence” and would win the elections despite doing absolutely nothing to earn any votes. However, after the elections the MDC will be singing a different tune – the alleged rigging of the plebiscite. What the party does not want to admit is that it is not as popular as it wants people to believe and winning the majority vote will never happen.

By Nobleman Runyanga

Zimbabweans have always been regarded as very peaceful, law-abiding and hospitable people but a few bad apples in our midst are spoiling that reputation. Events over the past few years have shown the dark side of some among us who neither respect the sanctity of human life nor fear the law and this should stop.

By Elijah Chihota

The just ended ZANU PF 18th National People’s Conference which was held at Goromonzi High School in Mashonaland East Province has proved that the Party really means business and is committed to the turnaround of the country’s economy. Some armchair critics and misguided elements thought that the gathering was all about eating and gallivanting; no, that was not the case, but the gathering was to chart the way forward for the nation and growing the economy.

By Anesu Pedzisayi

Zimbabwe, under the leadership of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, has been going under progressive transformation meant to improve the quality of lives of ordinary citizens. It has been no easy feat, considering the numerous attempts to derail the process, from national detractors, mostly aligned to the opposition MDC, that still have a political score to settle, from the time they lost the Presidential 2018 elections.