By Claver Nyuki

The controversial MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa whose ascendancy to power was contentious at best, continues to utter his usual reckless statements that bare his immaturity and his misogynistic side that has left even his staunchest supporters questioning his ability to lead the party let alone the country.

By Gift Mashoko

The recent arrest of Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister, Prisca Mupfumira over alleged corruption charges is a clear testimony that the new dispensation means business and the period of empty rhetoric is over.

By Nobleman Runyanga

Following the launch of its RELOAD policy document, which turned out to be a damp squib, the MDC last week announced its intention to embark on what it described as Reload rallies throughout the country. The aim of the rallies is to mobilise (read incite) some people into confronting Government through protests.

By Derick Tsimba

The Second Republic led by President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade has made progress in its re-engagement efforts with the international community.

By Mapozho Saruchera

During my college years, one lecturer advanced an argument that everything makes the intended sense in the right context. He gave an example of scantily dressed female models swinging their hips on the ramp, saying if that kind of dressing and walking is taken to the street – then all hell would break loose. The same line of argument can be extended to the ongoing salary negations between Government and its employees.

By Dakarai Tembo

Over the past week, there have been spurious calls for protests against Government by the opposition which argues that the living conditions for Zimbabweans are deteriorating. The calls to shutdown Zimbabwe unceremoniously failed to yield the desired outcome owing to a number of interventions by Government to cushion its citizenry amid the austerity measures it is undertaking.

By Peacemaker Zano

Almost a year after the 2018 harmonised elections, the embattled MDC party continues to hit a brick wall in its efforts to be a united party.

By Ashley Kondo

Zimbabwe continues to contend with a number of challenges, but these cannot blindly overshadow numerous strides and achievements the country has registered under the new dispensation which was ushered in by President Emmerson Mnangagwa in November 2017.

By Elijah Chihota

The MDC prides itself as a party of reformists and the keepers of this country’s economic keys. Members of the party fantasise and hoodwink the world that without them nothing meaningful will take place in Zimbabwe. The party wants to be seen as bringing new things on the table yet a closer look at these claims tells a different story.