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.

by Virimayi Chidembo

Now that the nomination court has closed and most candidates in the envisaged grand coalition have filed their papers in today’s ZEC registration deadline, Nelson Chamisa, the MDC-Alliance has to face reality that real politics is now at play.