Mukachana Hanyani

Of late, the social media was awash with #NgaapindeHakeMukomana with some supporting this, in the belief that the youths vote will be the mainstay of the opposition MDC Alliance’s thirst to grab power from the ruling party, ZANU PF.

Derick Tsimba

The MDC Alliance has proven over the past 20 years of its gross incompetence and corruption that has left residents in towns bearing the brunt of their ineptitude.  The original MDC together with its subsequent formations has not given hope to those who have misguidedly voted for them in past twenty years, but have rather piled misery after misery making towns eyesores under their watch.

Tirivanhu Kateera

Over the past few years, milk and milk products have been dominating Zimbabwe’s import list. This is largely attributed to the sharp decline in local milk production from the 1990s peak of 260 million litres per year to 76 million which was achieved in 2020 against the annual demand of about 120 million litres, according to the Zimbabwe Association of Dairy Farmers (ZADF). In 2019, milk output stood at 79, 89 million litres.

Daphine Zulu

The misconception that a replication of Edgar Lungu’s political dilemma will befall Zimbabwe come 2023 will remain a mirage, not only for Nelson Chamisa who rushed to ululate at the then opposition party’s victory, but to his kinsmen and supporters who seem to turn a blind eye towards the real facts on the ground.

Tirivanhu Kateera

Prior to the independence of Zimbabwe and Zambia, the two countries were part of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland which also incorporated Malawi. This means that the economies of the two countries were intertwined, to an extend run as one economy. Fast forward to the post-independence era, the two Southern African countries formed several binational organisations to drive economic activities along the two countries’ border lines and beyond.

Prosperity Mzila

Congratulatory messages from across Africa to Zambia have reached the leader of the United Party for National Development (UPND) Hakainde Hichilema on his election victory against the former ruling party, Patriotic Front (PF) leader, Edgar Lungu in the just ended elections.

Rutendo Jiri

The MDC Alliance has been gripped by false hope of winning the forthcoming 2023 Presidential elections in the manner Zambia’s now President; Hakainde Hichilema defeated former President, Edgar Lungu in the just ended elections.