By Caitlin Kamba

Mark Twain once said ‘it is easier to fool people than convince them that they are being fooled’ and that is exactly the process a section of Zimbabweans are going through as MDC leader Nelson Chamisa tries every trick in the book to remain relevant in the country’s political circles.

By Mapozho Saruchera

I still remember watching a live broadcast of the beginning of the inversion of Iraq by the United States of America, Britain and several coalition allies on 20 March 2003.  As bombs exploded, I thought to myself – how many people, who have nothing to do with the differences between the then US President, George W. Bush and former Iraq Leader, Saddam Hussein, were dying at that moment?

by Nobleman Runyanga

The MDC Alliance (MDC A), leader, Nelson Chamisa was defeated by President Emmerson Mnangagwa during the 30 July both in the ballot booth and at the Constitutional Court on 24 August.

By Sibusiso Ndlamini

There are quite a number of factors that affect service delivery in most towns and cities. Mostly, service delivery is as a result of poor management, corruption and misplaced priorities by local municipalities and this has been negatively affecting economic growth of local towns and cities.

By Bevan Musoko

Telecommunications giant and Econet Wireless Group founder and Executive Chairman, Strive Masiyiwa, recently came out in full and solid support of the country’s political and economic interests through condemning the ruinous sanctions imposed on the country by the powerful Western political and economic forces under the guidance of the United States Government. Speaking during a discussion with the pan-African CNBC television news channel, Masiyiwa said “I have invested in Zimbabwe in the last 10 years, $1.5 billion, okay, and I am committed to investing in Zimbabwe as I have always been, come rain come shine. But concerning the change that has taken place, I believe it is real. I believe President Mnangagwa is sincere in the things he wants to do.”

By Anesu Pedzisayi

At a moment when the economy is facing temporary economic challenges, the opposition has decided to politicise the situation, blaming Government for failing to redress these challenges.

By Claver Nyuki

For the past few weeks, the country’s economy endured some tempestuous times with the black market rate spiralling out of control influencing the massive leap in basic commodity prices and temporary shortages of fuel, cooking oil and other basic necessities.

By Elijah Chihota

September and October saw the prices of basic commodities in Zimbabwe rising beyond the reach of many. Medicines at pharmacies were charged in United States dollars only and those who could not afford were consigned to certain death as businesses prioritise lucre over life. Literally, life got to a standstill for most people.