By Derick Tsimba

Government with the aid of the international community remains determined to provide permanent solutions for Cyclone Idai victims who have been left devastated following the most cataclysmic natural disaster to ever to ever the Southern hemisphere.

By Peacemaker Zano

The engagement and re-engagement drive by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration is commendable and of great importance, as it enables economic, political and social connectivity with other international nations.

By Elijah Chihota

Zimbabwe was hit by Cyclone Idai from 14 to 17 March 2019, a crisis that plunged the nation into darkness. When the news reached President Emmerson Mnangagwa who was on a State visit to the United Arab Emirates, he had to cut short his visit to return home and face the crisis together with fellow Zimbabweans. Zimbabwe was not alone in this as both Malawi and Mozambique had been affected.

By Chigumbu Warikandwa

Cyclone Idai has come and gone. But its effects are here to stay. And stay it shall. In fact, Idai has affected every subject of life, rather, every of the ten subjects I learnt at high school are covered in Idai.

By Mapozho Saruchera

The moment European Union (EU) ambassador to Zimbabwe, Timo Olkkonen, while addressing journalists at a hotel in Harare on 25 March 2019, tried to downplay human rights violations in Europe, especially the with regards to the “yellow vest” demonstrations in France, at the same time insinuating that the alleged post-election human rights violation in Zimbabwe had made the country’s relations with the block difficult, I knew the EU was insincere when it comes to re-engaging with the Southern African country.

Brightface Mutema

The whole nation was plunged into mourning following the devastating effects of cyclone Idai. There has been  loss of loved ones as a result of death, and this has caused a broad range of reactions, and people are experiencing grief in many and varied ways. Mourning, the adaptation to loss, is an essential process in order to re-establish equilibrium and carry on with living though it is not that easy. This is going to take a long time and there is no fixed period in which we expect to feel better.

By Sibusiso Ndlamini

The Government must be applauded for its commitment towards uplifting the welfare of its employees, as this will certainly motivate them to perform their duties more professionally and efficiently.

Christine Lethokuhle Mabhena

Emerging unverified reports of corrupt people who are said to be ‘helping’ themselves with the donations towards relief efforts for Cyclone Idai victims in Manicaland and Masvingo provinces cannot go unchallenged as it goes against the spirit ubuntu/hunhu.