By Rufaro Gijima

Over the past two decades or so it has become apparent that opposition parties in the country, particularly MDC (Chamisa led) have laboured under an erroneous illusion that they hold the key to the Zimbabwean crisis.

Christine Lethokuhle Mabhena

Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane’s anointment as leader of that opposition political party in 2015 made history, as it marked the party’s transformation from a ‘white’ political party to one whose new leader shared similar experiences to those of the majority voters.

Mapozho Saruchera

On 30 July 2018, Zimbabweans went to the polls looking for their best foot forward. While the other 22 Presidential aspirants laid bare their intentions during electioneering, the incumbent and ultimate winner of the election, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, had an opportunity show the electorate his vision  of a better Zimbabwe. For the first time since independence, opposition political parties and independent candidates could campaign without any hindrances. President Mnangagwa is on record saying that he wanted Zimbabweans to be united in their diversity and as such candidates in the July 2018 polls were free to canvas for support from anyone they think would vote for them.

Jasper Hloka

Fresh political crisis is brewing for MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa, after he stayed away from the political dialogue meeting called by President Emmerson Mnangagwa at State House yesterday.

Derick Tsimba

The resolve by President Emmerson Mnangagwa, for all political parties in the country to come together and come up with a framework for national dialogue should eventually unite political parties towards the agenda of national building.

By Rudo Saungweme

It is such a shame to note that some Zimbabweans rejoice over the ailment of their fellow Zimbabwean. Government detractors are making noise on social media about Vice President Constantino Chiwenga`s medical consultation at a South Africa hospital indicating that he must have consulted at a local hospital in Zimbabwe. Really one has to bear in mind that a person has the right to choose a hospital he or she likes.

Elijah Chihota

“Government must create jobs for us, we want our hospitals to be top notch medical facilities, we want to eat what we want anytime, there is no bread on the shelves, all our roads should be tarred, have complex road/rail crossings, bullet trains and airports at district level”. These are the sentiments that one hears every day in streets, kombis and places of recreation.