By Peacemaker Zano

The call by the ZANU-PF's First Secretary and President, Emmerson Mnangagwa, during his address at the recently held Youth National Assembly meeting, that party leadership should abide by the party’s constitution and stop debating party issues in public needs to be embraced by all ZANU-PF party members to foster unity.

By Claver Nyuki

Nelson Chamisa’s ascendancy to the MDC Alliance leadership was controversial, questionable and undemocratic at best and led to the formation of a splinter group led by the former Deputy President, Thokozani Khupe, who argued that she instead of Chamisa, was the rightful person to succeed the late MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai.

By Anesu Pedzisayi

The sanctions’ debate in Zimbabwe will always remain an emotive issue to citizens for various reasons. Not only have they hampered the country’s economic progress, but also caused irreparable damage to most Zimbabwean livelihoods. However, Government and other supportive stakeholders have been making frantic efforts to ensure the economy is revived, despite being isolated and cut off through sanctions.

By Caitlin Kamba

Voltaire had seen right when he said ‘God is a comedian playing to an audience that is too afraid to laugh’, hence, every Zimbabwean must loosen up and  pay particular attention to Zimbabwe’s God given political comedian, Nelson Chamisa, than take him seriously and make politics so boring.

By Elijah Chihota

Naturally in life when a person turns 19 he or she is considered an adult as he or she can exercise their right to vote, marry and be employed without violating any laws such as child labour. This is the same thing that was expected of the MDC, but alas the party has remained a toddler only yearning for kindergarten things such as the popular corn snack brand, Jiggies.

by Nobleman Runyanga

It is three months since this year’s harmonised election and all is not well in the MDC-T Chamisa faction. As each day passes, the faction and its leader, Nelson Chamisa, are getting to grips with the sobering reality of their electoral loss on 30 July. The opposition lot is getting more and desperate as the fear of being deserted by supporters after a record 19-year of one electoral loss after another sets in.

by Mapozho Saruchera

The most perceptive of Zimbabweans had said it during the past week – that there was going to be a circus at Gwanzura Stadium, on 27 October, dubbed the MDC –T Chamisa faction 19th anniversary celebrations. This probably explained the attendance – in this day where saboteurs are trying to derail the country’s economy – people need some humor.