by Derick Tsimba

Social interaction initiatives that are being undertaken by the First Lady, Amai Auxilia Mnangagwa, are contributing to the upliftment of the vulnerable communities in Zimbabwe. These initiatives through the Angel of Hope foundation show her dedication towards ending various social burdens such as, women and children’s health, environmental care, proper solid waste management and household sanitation, women and girl child empowerment.

By Peacemaker Zano

The ruling party, ZANU PF’s 17th National People’s conference which ran under the theme, ‘Zimbabwe is Open for Business’: In Unity, Peace Towards an Upper Middle Class Economy by 2030 is an important event in the country’s calendar as it helps in shaping the country’s future through decisions and resolutions passed that guide Government on the best possible solutions in building the nation.

By Mapozho Saruchera

There has been a lot of debate around Zanu PF’s resolution to endorse President Emmerson Mnangagwa as the party’s presidential candidate for the 2023 elections. Some have questioned the logic behind the move, arguing that the party has just won the recent  30 July election, while other have speculated that the endorsement was meant to quell down factional fissures which are allegedly bedeviling the party. The long and short of it, however, is that – wise is he who looks ahead.

By Brightface Mutema 

The reading of the riot act to some errant Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) by the Acting Minister of Labour and Social Welfare, Honourable Kazembe Kazembe should be applauded in the sense and manner of protecting our national security and integrity.

By Rudo Saungweme

Government`s policy reforms which also encompasses infrastructure development is key to modernising and boosting productivity in all the productive sectors, as well as facilitating delivery of social services to the nation.

By Tariro Shava

All roads this week will lead to Esigodini, Matabeleland South for the much awaited Zanu PF Annual People’s conference where the party will be meeting to strategise on the future of the party and reviewing its policies.

By Gift Mashoko

Being power hungry is like a curse as one does almost anything to get power. This has been the case with MDC Alliance party leaders Nelson Chamisa and MDC Alliance deputy National Chairperson Tendai Biti who have become so desperate for power and now want to subvert the will of the people by calling for a transitional government so as to be accommodated in government.