Rutendo Jiri

While the United States Embassy in Harare has expressed its “disappointment” over Bulawayo Magistrate, Rachel Mukanga’s denial of bail for Jeffrey Moyo, The New York Times Zimbabwean Correspondent and Thabang Manhika, Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC) official recently, but the move is justified.

Gift Musoko

Since the coming in of the New Dispensation, the economic climate in Zimbabwe has been improving tremendously. The New Dispensation, seriously operating under the “Production and less of Politics” principle has made noticeable progress in the he revival of the manufacturing sector that had collapsed under the Old Dispensation.

Welldone Tembo

It is only, but common sense that when the electorate goes to vote they are expecting changes for the betterment of their lives. No one votes to be constantly reminded of a vote they cast and how they should prepare themselves for the next election without anything progressive in-between. However, common sense is not so common to the brothers and sisters at MDC Alliance; who think they are the only political alternative.

Grace Chekai

The New Dispensation is working flat out to turn around the country’s economic fortunes which were going downhill close to two decades. If all Zimbabweans across the socio-political-economic divide are honest enough, due credit should be given to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration. Constructive criticism is most welcomed guaranteed it’s devoid of malice to satisfy selfish interests of those with political ambitions at the expense of ordinary Zimbabweans.

Grace Chekai

The allegations being levelled against His Excellency, President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa leaves a lot to be desired. Government detractors have been blaming President Mnangagwa for a lot of things yet President Mnangagwa is trying his level best to turn around the economy.

Derick Tsimba

Through the utilization of the National Development Strategy (NDS1) the New Dispensation has managed to  put in place national development strategies across the nation that are bringing out results.

Welldone Tembo

It is almost 2 years before the 2023 harmonized elections and we still have the MDC Alliance going notches up on their rhetoric of the allegedly stolen 2018 Presidential election. The chorus has become a substance of relevance for the opposition foregoing a plethora of responsibilities they shoulder after garnering a reasonable amount of votes.

Christopher Makaza

Zimbabwean youths have taken the agriculture industry seriously, making it more attractive to other young people, in the process helping to create decent employment opportunities for them, both in rural and urban areas.