by Own Correspondent

Do elections in Zimbabwe trigger Cholera?

If not, why is it that the current outbreak and that which was experienced in 2008 were both experienced soon after election?

by Ashley Kondo

MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa, is relentless in his efforts to wield power by all means, legal and illegal, despite suffering defeat in the 30 July 2018 harmonised elections.

by Charles Motsi

After facing an embarrassing and crushing defeat at the MDC-T National Congress in 2014 it is only understandable that MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa, is having nightmares when it comes to the upcoming party congress that has been billed to take part in the next five months.

by Sibusiso Ndlamini

No one can deny the fact that President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa is a unique leader who does not only pay attention to people’s views especially on nation building, but act upon them, where ever necessary.

by Bevan Musoko

It is very painful for people who have been affected by the cholera and typhoid outbreak to hear MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa and the newly installed Harare City Council (HCC) Mayor, Herbert Gomba playing politics with the outbreak by blaming ZANU PF and Government.

by Christopher Makaza

MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa has been blasted for being inconsiderate after organising the opposition party`s 19th anniversary rally to be held in Gwanzura stadium in the high density suburbs of Highfield on Saturday, some few kilometres away from the epicentre of the cholera outbreak.

by Elijah Chihota

For a long time, Zimbabwe was a country in the wilderness with virtually nothing taking place, but since 24 November 2017 when President Emmerson Mnangagwa took over the levers of powers things started to tick.

by Nobleman Runyanga

Following the confirmation of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s election victory by the Constitutional Court and his subsequent inauguration last month, the nation had one eye on the unfolding mayoral elections and another on the much-anticipated Cabinet announcement.