Elijah Chihota

“Government must create jobs for us, we want our hospitals to be top notch medical facilities, we want to eat what we want anytime, there is no bread on the shelves, all our roads should be tarred, have complex road/rail crossings, bullet trains and airports at district level”. These are the sentiments that one hears every day in streets, kombis and places of recreation.

Anesu Pedzisayi

It has been about three weeks, since the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) called for protests against Government, which turned out to be catastrophic. Most people, ordinary citizens, business people, school children and affected security forces, the police in particular, are yet to recover from the misfortune.

by Claver Nyuki

The MDC Bulawayo City Mayor, Solomon Mguni drew the wrath of the Bulawayo residents after posting on his Facebook page, castigating the move by Government of allocating Zupco buses to the City of Kings to ease the pressure on residents in Bulawayo.

Nobleman Runyanga

Last week the South African opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) leader, Mmusi Maimane handed a letter to the Zimbabwean embassy in that country requesting to meet President Emmerson Mnangagwa over the latter’s fuel price increase announcement of 12 January which some local opposition parties, labour bodies and civil society organisations exploited to unleash violent and destructive mayhem in the country.

Elijah Chihota

The acceptance by President Emmerson Mnangagwa of the resignation of the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) chairperson, Dr Job Whabira and his Commissioners has brought a sigh of relief to the majority of citizens.

Charles Motsi

Linda Masarira burst onto the scene as a defender of human rights and quickly became popular in opposition circles and a darling of many in the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) and civic society organisations even though she was not officially part of any political establishment, she made a name for herself.

Rungano Dzikira

Forgoing a former colony to manage its own affairs (politically, economically) remain a challenge to most former colonizers as they tend to feel the need to continue playing big brother and meddling into former colonies’ affairs.

Jasper Hloka

Indeed every village has its own fool, but to have a stray one seeking to stoke up the fires of chaos to a foreign community can be a bit disturbing to say the least. South Africa’s Democratic Alliance (DA) leader, Mmusi Maimane, is one such political clown who has since overrated himself to the point that he thinks he can resolve issues in Zimbabwe.