by Prosperity Mzila

On 11th of July 2018, just 19 days to election day, the MDC Alliance held a demonstration against what it termed the ‘Zimbabwe Electoral Commission’s lack of transparency’ much to the disappointment of other political parties who felt that ZEC had bent over backwards beyond its lawful mandate to show transparency in the electoral process.

by Christopher Makaza

The establishment of the Zimbabwe Women’s Microfinance Bank (ZWMB), the first of its kind in Southern Africa dedicated solely to transform and economically empower women and the setting up of Youth Empowerment Bank should be taken as a great opportunity which has knocked on women and youth`s doors and should be capitalised without delay.

by Gift Mashoko

It is the City Councils’ mandate to provide efficient and effective service provision like water, roads, refuse collection, street lights among others.

by Elijah Chihota

Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is defined as “a thread-like chain of nucleotides carrying the genetic instructions used in the growth, development, functioning and reproduction of all known living organisms and many viruses.

by Mapozho Saruchera

Addressing a press conference mid last week, MDC Alliance presidential candidate in this month’s harmonized election, Nelson Chamisa, rightly pointed out that without legitimacy and stability there can never be economic progress in Zimbabwe.

by Peacemaker Zano

The press conference that was held by the MDC-Alliance principals at MDC party headquarters, Harvest House in Harare last Wednesday exposed the poor senseless leaders of that union and how they are freaking out over the harmonised elections which are to be held in the next three weeks. 

by Virimayi Chidembo

THE MDC Alliance led by Nelson Chamisa is it again as yesterday during a press statement, it outlined outrageous demands which try to usurp the constitutional mandate of Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC), with only a few weeks left to the watershed 2018 harmonized elections.

by Christopher Makaza

The 2018 plebiscite has witnessed a plethora of new political parties with some funny and comical leaders who seem not to be serious in their endeavour to address the nation`s challenges as witnessed by their manifestos and their wayward promises which are being published in the local media.