By Claver Nyuki

President Emmerson Mnangagwa in his initial inauguration speech on 24 November 2017 highlighted that under his leadership, the country would be moving in a new trajectory. “Today the Republic of Zimbabwe renews itself,” he said thus ushering in the new dispensation.

By Rudo Saungweme

President Emmerson Mnangagwa continues to uplift the lives of people in his drive to attain vision 2030, which targets to attain an upper middle income economy by 2030. His vision is pinnacled on the need to work together to build a better Zimbabwe.

By Nobleman Runyanga

The MDC released its Roadmap to Economic Recovery, Legitimacy, Openness and Democracy (RELOAD) last Thursday amid expectation of rave media reviews of the policy document. The party was in for a rude shock as the comments on the document were ucharitable at best, and very abrasive at worst, and the MDC deserved every brickbat that was hauled in its direction.

By Bevan Musoko

The on-going national discourse on dialogue has brought to the fore the truth that, despite all the differences among Zimbabwe’s various political and business interests, dialogue remains the foundation for resolution of the various challenges confronting Zimbabwe.

By Taurai Mazwi

Zimbabwe is endowed with lots of mineral resources, most, if not all of them, contribute a lot to the socio-economic development of Zimbabwe. It is due to these natural riches the country has, that the mining sector is key to economic development in the country.

By Derick Tsimba

Zimbabwe conducted a tourism investment road show and met the United Kingdom Department for International Trade and Investment as part of efforts to lure UK investors under the auspices of the Zimbabwe is Open for Business mantra.

By Dakarai Tembo

Zimbabwe is certainly going through a plethora of reforms, a development that can only be felt by those individuals alive to the need to appreciate efforts by Government to bring normalcy in the country on governance.

By Elijah Chihota

The turn of the century has seen the evolution of various communication platforms. This development also saw the rise of citizen journalism. The bad side of citizen journalism is that the writer is also the editor and publisher at the same time with little or no verification of information being done.

Nobleman Runyanga

The MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa has safely ensconced himself in the party’s most coveted seat, the presidency, but the crown is not sitting comfortably on his head due to the way he ascended to power and the way he has exercised it so far.