by Tapiwa Mutonhodzi

Transformation of Zimbabwe economy has began to take shape through the implementation of the promises made by President Emmerson Mnangagwa, as Government commits itself to productive economic activities.

by Linda Joko

Zimbabwe has survived decades of economic onslaught and negative publicity from the United States and its proxies. Illegal sanctions have been used as a weapon to chastise us for demanding economic emancipation through redistributing our stolen land from the white minority.

by Elijah Chihota

The current Constitution of Zimbabwe came through the Constitutional amendment number 20 of the Lancaster House constitution in 2013 following an extensive nationwide consultation process. The 1979 Lancaster House Constitution which had been adopted in 1980 was amended 19 times before the adoption of the new national charter in March 2013. The new Constitution came about after thousands of outreach Constitution Making Process meetings were held across the country where people expressed what they wanted to be included in the supreme law of the land.

by Elijah Chihota

The advent of the Second Republic saw the First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa retiring from mainstream politics choosing to focus on charity work. In her compassion, Amai Mnangagwa saw that there were some members of the society and other aspects of life which were not being attended to and this created an anomaly which needed to be corrected to bring normalcy. Some armchair critics started castigating the First Lady on her projects which is unfair criticism.

by Brian Mutonhori

Since losing the 2018 Presidential elections, the MDC-A leader, Nelson Chamisa has been embarking on the so called ‘regional diplomatic offensive’ which always turn out to be farce as no SADC leader want to entertain his childish demands.

Peacemaker Zano

In another low by the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee, its Chairman, Senator James Elroy Risch, has requested for the updating of a list of people under sanctions in Zimbabwe from its treasury department.

By Chigumbu Warikandwa

If there is anything lacking in Zimbabwe, it is motivation to do good. Rather, there appears to be hidden motivators to do bad. A society that does not reward its outstanding citizens runs the risk of rotting away into mediocrity.

By Taurai Mazwi

Solar energy is the cleanest of all forms of energy and it is something that the Government of Zimbabwe is pushing for as the effects of climate change have taken a toll on our water driven energy generation at Kariba Dam.

By Charles Motsi

Ever since his inauguration in 2017, the world has been waiting for it to happen and it was clear that it would eventually happen, Donald Trump’s impeachment was as obvious as the sun would rise every morning.