Mapozho Saruchera

The negative reactions by MDC leadership to news that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) had reached an agreement with the Zimbabwean Government on the implementation of critical policies and reforms designed to facilitate the Southern African country’s re-engagement with the international community, must have served to enlighten the populace that the opposition party thrives on the suffering of citizens and is prepared to do whatever it takes to perpetuate the suffering as a way to achieve its nefarious agenda of regime change.

By Rudo Saungweme   

Independence Day in Zimbabwe is a day that every Zimbabwean young or old ought to respect and commemorate. Thanks to the liberation struggle every Zimbabwean knows what it means to be independent. Independent is when one is free to do whatever he or she pleases wherever he or she is.

By Gift Mashoko

According to the famous American author John C. Maxwell, "Leadership is not about titles, positions, or flow charts. It is about one life influencing another." However MDC leader Nelson Chamisa is all about his leadership title and position as he is doing anything he can to make sure he retains this post.

By Nobleman Runyanga

Last week Government announced the commencement of the process of identifying and registering the former white farmers, who lost land during the land reform programme, in an exercise which is being co-ordinated by the Commercial Farmers Union (CFU) and the Compensation Steering Committee (CSC).

By Prosperity Mzila

Self-imposed MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has been rebuked by the MDC party elders who have accused him of undemocratic tendencies since the time he imposed himself as leader after the death of that party leader Morgan Tsvangirai.  These inclinations that seems to have gone unabated has raised the eerie tyrant behaviour of Chamisa, a situation that has led to serious concerns from the Tsvangirai family who are now insisting on observing and ensuring that democratic processes are observed during the congress.

Charles Motsi

The land reform program did not start at the end of the last millennium around 1999, it was a long exercise that was initiated by thousands of men and women who went to fight for the right to an equal share of the land that we all call ours that is Zimbabwe.

By Derick Tsimba

Zimbabwe has a bright future owing to the path the country has started to undertake. United States Ambassador to Zimbabwe Brian Nichols said this whilst speaking to Capitalk FM yesterday.

Ashley Kondo

Government’s decision and move to implement measures to ensure healing among victims of the disturbances that occurred from early 1983 to 1987 in the southern parts of the country commonly referred to as the Gukurahundi is a step in the right direction towards closure on the matter.