By Rudo Saungweme

Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep`s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes from thorn bushes or figs from thistles,” reads a portion of scripture found in Matthew 7 verse 13 to 23.

By Anesu Pedzisayi

Zimbabwe has religiously celebrated the National Heroes Day, over the past decades, as a way of honouring the heroes and heroines of the nation, those dead and still living, who sacrificed for the emancipation of our great nation from colonial bondage. Like the late Simon Chimbetu sang, ‘kuguta kwataita uku, pane vamwe vasipo..” Zimbabwe enjoys the gains today, yet others sacrificed their lives for it, and they are not around to enjoy those fruits.

By Gift Mashoko

By-elections were held recently in Matabeleland North Province with ZANU PF winning in all polls. The most fascinating thing being the margins the winning party garnered in relation to other contesting parties. This is just but a taste of things to come much to the chagrin of the opposition party, MDC party, which labours under the illusion that it should win all elections or else they will be deemed rigged.

By Nobleman Runyanga

It is a few days after the first anniversary of the history-making 30 July 2018 harmonised election when Zimbabweans participated in the first harmonised elections in the new dispensation. And what a refreshingly different election it was! But not so for the opposition, that lost and continues to wallow in denial which has seen it resort to the destructive politics of baseless protests and vengeance sabotage.

By Charles Motsi

It is now a year since the nation voted in the 2018 harmonised elections and the whole country seems to be progressing serve for the main opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), which remains in denial on the reality that they lost the election and refusing to move on with the rest of the world.

By Jasper Hloka

If ever there is going to be leadership failure in the history of Zimbabwe, it has to be that of the MDC Alliance under the stewardship of Nelson Chamisa, whose youthful exuberance is proving futile at the hands of his equally ‘ambitious’ deputies, Tendai Biti and Professor Welshman Ncube.

By Chigumbu Warikandwa

It is an understatement to say that all eyes are on the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc). It is all eyes and ears on Zacc! This interest is not without strong reason. Zimbabweans are corruption-weary. Every progressive Zimbabwean wants corruption gone and gone for good. Zimbabweans know the cost of corruption. If anything Zimbabweans are very corruption-literate people, the same type of literacy they have on economic issues. Zimbabweans can identify corruption when it happens.

By Christopher Makaza

The recent arrest of Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister, Prisca Mupfumira over alleged corruption charges and the summoning of Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry, Munesu Munodawafa by ZACC has brought hope of a new free corruption era for Zimbabweans.

By Rudo Saungweme

Right on his November 2017 inauguration President Emmerson Mnangagwa spelt out his vision for a new Zimbabwe which is based on his desire to transform the country’s economy to a middle income one by 2030. This was not just a wish but a solid policy which is supported by strategies such as re-engaging with other countries.   His engagements and re-engagements efforts should never go unappreciated. The results are already showing as international companies continue to trickle in the country to invest. One can tell that if this pace is maintained the journey to a middle income economy will be accomplished.