Chigumbu Warikandwa

Government has an obligation to manage the macro economy. In doing so, it must wield all the instruments of power given to it by the electorate and the constitution to achieve this, and achieve it must. Any frontier seen negating the realisation of this obligation must be annihilated.

Mapozho Saruchera

Tales of the liberation struggle for Zimbabwe bring out, among other issues, how important a good operating environment is for one to thrive in their endeavors. We are told of how the guerrillas regarded the indigenous people as the water, without which they – the fish, would not survive.  The guerrillas relied heavily on the support rendered by the indigenous people, who supplied them with information regarding the whereabouts of the enemy, food and kept their operations a secret.

Bruce Zvandasara

The simmering power struggle between MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa, his deputy, Tendai Biti, has now exploded into the public domain. The development follows the “unexpected” ascendancy to the MDC Vice Presidency by Biti at a time when Chamisa had employed all dirty tactics through provincial chairmen to sabotage Biti’s bid.

Rudo Saungweme

Zimbabwe is a peaceful country that attracts a number of tourists internationally. International buyers in the country for the Sanganai Hlanganani World Tourism Expo described Zimbabwe as a world class tourist destination.  It is because of its beauty and hospitality that makes it viable for tourists to always find their way here in Zimbabwe.

Christine Lethokuhle Mabhena

The latest move by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor, Dr John Mangudya to liberalise the fuel procurement market and let the purchasing of fuel by the Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) to be done through the interbank foreign exchange market on a willing seller and willing buyer basis is a major boost to the economy as it will go a long way in addressing rampant incidences of arbitrage associated with the 1:1 exchange rate previously offered by the central bank.

By Derick Tsimba

Government through the Ministry of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry has successfully partnered China in promoting tourism between the two countries in a move which is expected to ensure arrival of thousands of tourists in the country.


They are striking similarities between the rise of Nelson Chamisa to the helm of the MDC-T and the current on-going attempts by Felix Ndiweni to grab the Ndiweni Chieftainship of Ntabazinduna in Matabeleland North. Interestingly, both cases are before the courts of law.