by Rudo Saungweme

It’s a shame to know that Thomas Mapfumo a Zimbabwean and an American based songwriter and singer utters that the New Dispensation should practice good governance before they call for the removal of economic sanctions imposed by the United States of America.

by Elijah Chihota

Last Thursday saw the Nelson Chamisa led MDC embarking on a strike demanding the scraping of the 2 percent tax on all transactions, cash shortages, three tier pricing system and increasing budget deficit, among others. He then rushed to send petitions to SADC and African Union AU).

by Shongedzai Mugwagwa

There is a saying which goes; “We are our own worst enemy”. The statement is pregnant to our everyday life as it points to issues to do with development. The statement simply put means that you cannot get anywhere in life, because you keep getting in your own way. All of the troubles you are encountering arise from your own actions.

by Christine Lethokuhle Mabhena

The much hyped MDC-Chamisa faction demonstration has come and gone, and one of the key demands in their six-page petition was dialogue with President Mnangagwa to map the way forward of a Government of National Unity (GNU).

It boggles one’s mind why should a GNU be formed when we have an elected President who was declared an outright winner with over 50 percent-plus-one of the majority vote.

Since being declared the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, President Mnangagwa has ably taken over the reins at State House and has worked flat out to mend the nation’s economy.

Addressing his supporters last week Thursday, Nelson Chamisa said, “the first thing we are saying is that we should have dialogue with (President) Mnangagwa. We can only solve this issue by dialogue, come and let us unite, you with the few and I come with my many and we share notes, that is what we are saying.

by Gift Mashoko

MDC Alliance submitted to Parliament a petition on the so-called road map to legitimacy and democracy which political analysts said offered nothing new as the Government was already working on the issues they highlighted.

by Claver Nyuki

The much hyped MDC Alliance demonstration to challenge the legitimacy of President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday largely turned out to be a non-event after that party’s leadership seemed to backtrack on its earlier stance and now seemed receptive to holding talks with the ZANU PF leader.

by Charles Motsi

When the iconic Nobel Prize winner and theoretical physicist, Albert Einstein, gave his definition of insanity he probably had our own opposition outfit the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) in mind.

by Nobleman Runyanga

It is three months since this year’s harmonised election and all is not well in the MDC-T Chamisa faction. As each day passes, the faction and its leader, Nelson Chamisa, are getting to grips with the sobering reality of their electoral loss on 30 July. The opposition lot is getting more and desperate as the fear of being deserted by supporters after a record 19-year of one electoral loss after another sets in.

By Anesu Pedzisayi

There has been a lot hypocrisy, inconsistency and show of double standard by MDC leadership which should not be condoned for whatever reason. In fact, moments when such contradictions are brought to light, MDC supporters and the nation at large should hold opposition leadership accountable for their actions.