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.

by Own Correspondent

I am not a prophet, neither do I belong to any cult that purport to know what the future holds – but the most perceptive of us must have noted that the end of the presidential election race triggered another contest between the ruling revolutionary party Zanu PF led by His Excellency President Emmerson Mnangagwa on one side and the opposition MDC-T faction led by Advocate Nelson Chamisa on the other side – proving each other wrong.

by Prosperity Mzila

Leader of the Movement for Democratic Change Alliance (MDC A), Nelson Chamisa, huffed and puffed during his rallies, threatening to make Zimbabwe ungovernable, if the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC), failed to pronounce him as the winner of the June 2018 harmonised elections.  His exact words were “hakudyiwi rinopisa, ndozvidira mavhu, kana ZEC ikayita zvekutamba,” translated to say I will make this country ungovernable if ZEC fails to announce me as president elect. 

by Peacemaker Zano

The MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa has proved that he is a failed politician after he failed to win both the 2018 harmonised elections and the Concourt ruling where he challenged President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s election victory.

by Chigumbu Warikandwa

China overtook Japan to become the world’s second biggest economy after the US in 2011. The Asian giant has maintained this strength for the past seven years running and projections are that without the trade wars initiated by the Trump administration China was poised to overtake the US by 2021.

by Virimayi Chidembo.

THE just-ended 2018 harmonized election has proved once again that residents in urban centres voted on political lines despite a known dismal performance by MDC councillors since 2000.

by Christopher Makaza

I have been following with great concern negative remarks by our fellow Zimbabwean brothers and sisters since President Emmerson Mnangagwa was declared a winner of the July 30 harmonised elections, before, during and after the constitutional court ruling.