by Letty Mabhena

The establishment of the first top of the range computer plant in the country by the Zimbabwe Technology Company (ZITCO), a joint venture between TelOne and Chinese entity Inspur would go a long way in promoting the use of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) in the country and enabling sustainable economic development as the nation trudges towards vision 2030.

by Christopher Makaza

The ban of opposition leader Nelson Chamisa`s so called State of the Nation Address (SONA) by Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) is justified as it was meant to disrupt smooth opening of first term schools calendar  and incite civil servants to join teachers who had threatened to go on strike.

by Staff Reporter

The MDC’s youth league has always been comprised of violent college students and ‘nhubu’ from the various facets of society. The MDC have been incubating violent elements within its structures over the years. The writer intends to walk you through the various transitions the MDC violent youth gangs came to become Mashurugwi.

By Sibusiso Ndlamini

MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa has proved to be the most coward politician of all times as far as Zimbabwean political history is concerned. This follows his egocentric decision not to join other political parties under the Political Actors Dialogue (POLAD) in the country.

By Chigumbu Warikandwa

The end of the 20th century came with global hopes for a new world order. In Information Technology  (IT), people fretted that computers would fail to understand the algorithims of the new century,which coincided with the arrival of the third millenium. The last quarter of the year 1999 was a busy lot,  computer abilities were the next most talked about topic after the death of Joshua Nkomo who had died the winter of the same year. The computer industry coined the term Y2K. Whatever its meaning, it referred to computers with the ability to read beyond 31 December 1999. Some screamed that all the computers were to be obsolete come new year's day. People expected dumpyards of computers to flood by the hour.

By Nobleman Runyanga

The MDC secretary general, Charlton Hwende and the party’s secretary for elections, Jacob Mafume are revelling in their positions which they landed during the party’s May 2019 congress. The clowns are, however, sitting uneasily on their heads as the party’s largely restive and youthful members are cranking up pressure on the two following the MDC’s poor showing during the string of by-elections held in various constituencies and wards across the country last year.