By Rudo Saungweme

Government`s policy reforms which also encompasses infrastructure development is key to modernising and boosting productivity in all the productive sectors, as well as facilitating delivery of social services to the nation.

By Tariro Shava

All roads this week will lead to Esigodini, Matabeleland South for the much awaited Zanu PF Annual People’s conference where the party will be meeting to strategise on the future of the party and reviewing its policies.

By Gift Mashoko

Being power hungry is like a curse as one does almost anything to get power. This has been the case with MDC Alliance party leaders Nelson Chamisa and MDC Alliance deputy National Chairperson Tendai Biti who have become so desperate for power and now want to subvert the will of the people by calling for a transitional government so as to be accommodated in government.

by Nobleman Runyanga

Last week, the opposition and other anti-Government detractors were excited by the United States Deputy Assistant Secretary of States for Africa, Matthew Harrington’s submission on Zimbabwe to the US Senate Committee that, among other things, “so far the pace and scale of reforms has been too gradual and not...ambitious.”

by Mapozho Saruchera

The submissions by one Senior Fellow at the Center for Global Development, Dr. Todd Moss and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Africa, Matthew Harrington before the United States Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Africa and Global Health Policy, last week, finally revealed, to the most perceptive Zimbabweans, what MDC Deputy National Chairperson, Tendai Biti, meant when he once gloated that the opposition was responsible for starving Zimbabwe of the much needed foreign funding and would do it again!

by Elijah Chihota

When President Emmerson Mnangagwa took over the reins of power on 24 November 2017, he announced a paradigm shift in the manner in which things would be done politically and economically by the new administration. He articulated his “Zimbabwe Is Open for Business” policy as a way of attracting capital and opening of new companies.

by Claver Nyuki

The Nelson Chamisa led MDC is on record saying that it does not recognise the legitimacy of President Emmerson Mnangagwa ever since his election victory and the subsequent Constitutional Court (ConCourt) proceedings that ruled in favour of the incumbent.

by Jasper Hloka

In as much as the opposition is necessary to maintain checks and balances on Government, the MDC Alliance has dismally failed in this regard. Instead of proffering alternatives, the political party has apparently become part of the country’s problems.