by Tendai Guta

While Rural District Councils (RDCs) countrywide under the watch of ZANU PF are performing above board regarding service delivery, MDC led councils seem to be lacking in this regard.

by Sibusiso Ndlamini

Elections come and go, and with only four weeks left before the harmonised elections are held it is imperative for all political players to practise and promote peace in their campaigns so as to ensure a free, fair, credible and transparent election.

By Brightface Mutema

It now appears that with economic, political and social stability, the MDC Alliance has no more rhetoric to say and resorts to violent means in the quest to snatch an electoral victory.

by Tatenda Gono

This year’s general election has proven to be an eye catcher for Zimbabweans as well as the regional and international community at large. After 38 years since Zimbabwe realised its Independence, the harmonised elections are giving people a chance to elect another leader, other than former President Mugabe who had been on the realm since time immemorial.

by Rudo Saungweme

Zimbabwe has the potential to compete with other countries in terms of infrastructure development. The 10 provinces in the country also have the potential to build nice buildings that can meet international standards and attract investors. The new administration`s mantra is to attract investors. There is no way that investors can be lured into the country when the general outlook is bad. One once said, first impression counts. So Zimbabwe is in a bid to attract investors through the building of infrastructure. The nation will also benefit from this development.

by Derick Tsimba

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s economic interventions are practical and are promoting economic growth through opening up of industries and partnerships with the foreign based companies. Progress can now be recorded in the country’s economy which had been stagnant for a very long time.

by Elijah Chihota

Politics is not for the faint-hearted as it needs someone who has the requisite stamina to captivate the electorate without insulting anyone. It is a game for the politically-astute and shrewd strategists. If MDC Alliance presidential candidate, Nelson Chamisa, was to be put to the political litmus test, he would obviously fail. For some people, whatever they touch turns to gold, but for Chamisa, he is starring at an electoral defeat. An analysis of the way he has handled politics since his days as the MDC-T organising secretary, gives an indication of his deficient political mettle and, by extension, how he is likely to fare on 30 July.

by Bevan Musoko

Following persistent incidents of leakages of examinations questions at the country’s examinations body, the Zimbabwe Schools Examinations Council (Zimsec), the organisation has embarked on a number of initiatives to minimise the recurrence of such leakages which have eroded public confidence in the students’ assessments.

by David Chandisaita

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s tide continues to surge as its ripple effects will be felt in Masvingo Province on Friday, where he is expected to address thousands of ZANU PF supporters at Mucheke stadium.