Tinotenda Mutasa

Movement for Democratic Change.

The name denotes a paradigm shift towards democracy and in 1999 it brought with it a profusion of excitement.

Nobleman Runyanga

 President Emmerson Mnangagwa met with the 2018 presidential election candidates at State House on 6 February to lay the ground work for national dialogue, which is aimed at forging unity in order to face the challenges that the country is facing as a united front. The MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa was conspicuous by his absence despite his recent shrill atttention-seeking calls for dialogue. Chamisa mistakenly thought that  the event was only for himself since he thinks that the Zimbabwean opposition and, indeed, the whole of Zimbabwe revolves around him.

Christine Lethokuhle Mabhena

The continued United States (US) big brother mentality on Zimbabwean affairs cannot go unchallenged, as it undermines the country’s sovereignty and independence. This time the Washington administration is trying by all means to directly influence Harare on the national dialogue initiated by President Emmerson Mnangagwa on 6 February 2019.

Mapozho Saruchera

The United States of America has the capacity to change the situation prevailing in Zimbabwe for the better - if it just back off and take their illegally imposed sanctions with them.

Elijah Chihota

President Emmerson Mnangagwa in his inimitable wisdom invited other presidential hopefuls who lost the 2018 Presidential race in a bid to map the way forward on the framework towards resolving the nation’s challenges.

By Anesu Pedzisayi      

Zimbabwe has recently been on an onslaught from the West, who have been using local opposition parties and Non-Governmental Organisations in attempts to destabilise the country. The actions of the opposition, particularly MDC and some notable NGOs have clearly pointed out to Western sponsored and influenced regime change agenda.

By Gift Mashoko

United Kingdom lawmaker Lord Adrian Palmer’s dream of Britain re-colonising Zimbabwe on the ploy of safeguarding the lives of its citizens will never come to fruition in this modern world.

Nobleman Runyanga

Last week a British freelance writer covering teaching, learning and student issues, as well as higher education in Africa and the Middle East, Anna McKie let the world in on the increasingly rabid obsession of the British with Zimbabwe in an article entitled Oxford under fire over Zimbabwe finance minister’s professorship which was published by www.timeshighereducation.com.