By Favour Matenga

Sharp differences over MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa’s leadership style are threatening to split the party as his deputies are getting fed up with his despotic tendencies that they are now opting to snub his meetings to register their displeasure, a source close to the party presidium revealed.

by Brian Dlamini

The planned countrywide demonstrations by the Movement for Democratic Change Alliance (MDC-Alliance) would yield nothing positive for the general populace other than more violence, looting, loss of lives, destruction of property and boost egos of the leadership of the beleaguered movement.

by Elijah Chihota

Zimbabwe’s prophets of political doom were quick to dismiss the Political Actors Dialogue (POLAD) as a mere grouping of politicians. Some cheeky people went a step further to say POLAD is a drama group with actors mimicking real life stories. POLAD is a grouping of 2018 presidential hopefuls, who are not mere spectators, but are really advisors to President Emmerson Mnangagwa as they proffer solutions on issues to do with country’s affairs. Thus POLAD’s role is not limited to political issues only, but anything that affects the well being of Zimbabweans.

by Taurai Mazwi

So, it has always been a curse within the MDC party that everyone wants to lead. The death of its founding leader, Morgan Tsvangirai two years ago seem to have opened up a Pandora’s box as aspirants for the post continue to make clandestine manoeuvres despite the fact that Nelson Chamisa was elected at their Gweru congress last year. Chamisa who seem to lack the mettle that the late Tsvangirai had is finding it difficult to protect the throne from the vultures who are already labelling him a weak leader. 

by Isidoros Karderinis - Correspondent

The climate change, that is, the change of the global climate and in particular the changes in meteorological conditions that extend on a large time scale, is a major global existential threat.

by Anesu Pedzisayi

Of late, doomsayers have upped their ante claiming that it is all doom and gloom and the country is on the verge of a precipice. Notwithstanding the unfounded allegations, Zimbabwe has been given an opportunity to prove to cynics, that the country in on the recovery roadmap, amid the stifling economic sanctions imposed on the country.

By Favour Matenga

MDC vice president, Tendai Biti and the party’s deputy chair, Job Sikhala last Wednesday organised the sporadic protest march in Harare’s central business district behind Nelson Chamisa’s back as power struggles escalate within the MDC amidst accusations of leadership incompetence on the way forward for the party, a source within the party has revealed.

By Tendai Matunhu

Government continues on its engagement and re-engagement drive as it focuses more on economic diplomacy, this was said by Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade David Musabayana, during a meeting with Czech Republic Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr Martin Smolek, in Harare, today.