Nobleman Runyanga

Former President Robert Mugabe celebrated his 95th birthday last week, a befitting occasion indeed for a man whom God granted the gifts of not only good life as a President of Zimbabwe for 37 years and seven months but also a long life as well. Instead of worshipping God for such unparalleled blessings, the old man chooses bitterness and being vitriol-tongued.

Mapozho Saruchera

Christened President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s “secret weapon” during the 2018 electioneering, her messages and deeds resonated well with a significant percentage of the “silent vote” – the people that do not come to rallies. However, to her, it was not about votes but uplifting society as she had been in this line of work for some time. To the uplifted, she came across as a person conscious about social problems such as child marriages and cervical cancer and how they could be mitigated – the personification of the softer side of politics, a Fist Lady.

Chigumbu Warikandwa

Hello guys, hezvoko! Bwaa!

Greetings from my five star apartments here at Kempinski Hotel, right in the heart of the sizzling sights of the Atlantic Ocean sending encouraging breezes from my brother Trump. I greet you in the name of the May Congress!

by Bevan Musoko

Recent utterances by former President Robert Mugabe accusing President Mnangagwa and Government of killing civilians and “feeding on death” expose sinister shenanigans by the old political horse. Speaking at his 95th birthday celebrations at his Borrowdale residence recently, Mugabe claimed that Government was indiscriminately killing civilians and anchoring its rule on repression.

Claver Nyuki

The former President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe’s contributions to the country, pre and post-independence, can never be forgotten and his legacy will live on forever, which makes his rants at his 95th birthday celebrations at his Blue Roof mansion that much more surprising.

Tinotenda Mutasa

Wise sages observed that sometimes a person can cut off his nose to spite his face with obvious dire consequences. The MDC is behaving in much the same manner, inciting violent protests to score cheap political points. Needless to say, protests hurt none the most except the ordinary citizen on the ground, including the protestors themselves and their families and friends.

Charles Motsi

When it comes to majoring on the minor and irrelevant no one beats the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) and this time it seem like their lack of political acumen and strategy is going to cost them their handlers’ confidence and backing.

Claver Nyuki

The MDC ever since its formation about two decades ago has cemented its status as a failed party and a bunch of cry-babies who have run out of ideas in their pursuit of dislodging the revolutionary party, ZANU PF as the ruling party of the country.

Chigumbu Warikandwa

The ongoing land audit breathes a new ray of hope to landless masses who hope to chance their first immovable property in a landmass collectively owned by all daughters and sons of the soil, Zimbabwe.