Tirivanhu Kateera

The last week of May, 2021 opened a new chapter in the history of Africa-West relations. Some Western countries seemingly admitted that somehow they wronged Africa at some point, hence there was need to be forgiven and to compensate victims or those they wronged.

Christopher Makaza

While some nations including developed ones are battling to contain Covid-19, Zimbabwe has defied odds to mount a thorough and effective response to the pandemic, successfully minimising the effects of the disease on citizens.

Derick Tsimba

The Second Republic should soon meet its target for attaining vision 2030 owing to the determination it has set in its strategies to turn around the economy. Towards a prosperous and empowered upper middle income society by 2030, Government continues to roll out its policies as outlined in the National Development Strategy 1 (NDS1).

Kaelin Choto

Harare City fathers have been under fire recently as residents of the Sunshine City demanded at least a ray of the sun as evidence that they are still habitats of Zimbabwe’s once glamorous capital city; Harare. Things have proverbially fallen apart unabated as far as service delivery is concerned in Harare.

Derick Tsimba

Agriculture remains one of the key economic sectors in Zimbabwe that has a potential to turn tables towards achieving vision 2030 as outlined in the National Development Strategy (NDS1), “towards a prosperous and empowered upper middle income society by 2030.”

Mukachana Hanyani

Following the recently introduced Statutory Instrument number 127 of 2021, where government has instructed the business community to use the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) auction floor exchange rate, netizens and twimbos on social media have come out guns blazing, blasting that move by government. Some are now beginning to compare Lawyer Tendai Biti, the former Government of National Unity (GNU) Finance Minister and Prof Mthuli Ncube the current Finance Minister.

Grace Chekai

Zimbabweans should shun Government detractors¬ views and utterances as we work together in building the Zimbabwe we all want. The administration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa is doing the best in improving the welfare of its citizens.

Charlene Shumba

The ongoing hullabaloo surrounding the “the-storm-in-a-cup,” that is the tenure of the Chief Justice of Zimbabwe makes sad reading. The ongoing onslaught against the Judiciary, particularly the Chief Justice, High Court and Supreme Court judges, is not an isolated attack. It is part of a matrix of strategies being deployed by Zimbabwe’s erstwhile western enemies after realising the futility of their direct funding to the opposition MDC Alliance with the sole aim of effecting western-sponsored regime change.