Nobleman Runyanga

Since the MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa’s loss to President Emmerson Mnangagwa during the 30 July 2018 harmonised elections, the opposition outfit has been throwing around a number of accusations against ZANU PF and Government to cover up its own leaders’ shortcomings.

Prosperity Mzila

I was quite puzzled to see the MDC Alliance vice president, Tendai Biti taking selfies at the entrance of the High Court; he was bragging that he had just come out from presenting a matter concerning the “monopoly” by ZUPCO over other public transport operators.  This was after his party leader Nelson Chamisa had come out guns blazing saying that him and his party will never again approach the courts for any fight he might have with Government or ZANU PF party as the courts were according to him joined at the hip with ZANU PF.

Charles Motsi

As the late Cde Dick “Chinx” Chingaira Makoni used to say, “Havakudei Vanhu ava.” He was referring to the self-imposed world monitors, the white supremacists, who are now at it again and playing big brother on the internal affairs of China and sanctioning the Asian state for alleged human rights violations against the Uyghurs in western China's Xinjiang region.

Tirivanhu Kateera

The urban public transport system in Zimbabwe prior to the national lockdown in March 2020 was basically informal and fragmented. This can be well understood when one traces back to the macro-economic policies adopted by the Government between 1990 and 2000. First was the Economic Structural Adjustment Program (ESAP) which many developing countries were tricked to adopt in the early 1990s.

Innocent Mujeri

Had someone said a year ago that Lilian Timveous, Blessing Chebundo, Tracy Mutinhiri and Obert Gutu would don the ZANU PF regalia before 2023, the person would have been dismissed as a mentally challenged person who should be taken to Ingutsheni Hospital.

Daphine Zulu

… it’s time to skip ship!

International relations speak of no permanent friends or permanent enemies, but only permanent interests. The origins of this pragmatism is generally attributed to Lord Palmerston (John Henry Temple) of Great Britain, and most world leaders have invoked it at one time or another to justify their policies and actions. Same applies to political parties.