By Anesu Pedzisayi

At a moment when the economy is facing temporary economic challenges, the opposition has decided to politicise the situation, blaming Government for failing to redress these challenges.

By Claver Nyuki

For the past few weeks, the country’s economy endured some tempestuous times with the black market rate spiralling out of control influencing the massive leap in basic commodity prices and temporary shortages of fuel, cooking oil and other basic necessities.

By Elijah Chihota

September and October saw the prices of basic commodities in Zimbabwe rising beyond the reach of many. Medicines at pharmacies were charged in United States dollars only and those who could not afford were consigned to certain death as businesses prioritise lucre over life. Literally, life got to a standstill for most people.

 

by Nobleman Runyanga

Last week will go down in the annals of the MDC-T Chamisa faction history as one of its worst weeks in office. It is the week that Zimbabwean billionaire and philanthropist, Strive Taputaira Masiyiwa spoke on the same side with ordinary Zimbabwe in denouncing the ongoing sanctions imposed on the country 18 years ago by the West.

by Brightface Mutema

The lifting of SI 122 made this writer to revisit a debate that made headlines in the post- election period in Zimbabwe. This was premised on whether Zimbabwe should join the Rand monetary community or not, or just to declare the rand as the main currency with US dollar as the reserve currency.

By Peacemaker Zano

The call by the ZANU-PF's First Secretary and President, Emmerson Mnangagwa, during his address at the recently held Youth National Assembly meeting, that party leadership should abide by the party’s constitution and stop debating party issues in public needs to be embraced by all ZANU-PF party members to foster unity.