Bruce Zvandasara

There is an African adage which goes, “old habits die hard” which is used to mean that people are more often reluctant to change their way of doing something even if they tried hard to present themselves as having divorced their old self.

Kaelin Choto

When the time is right, I the Lord will make it right. Zimbabwe is certainly living the biblical verse at a time some political demagogues in all shapes and sizes are agitating for far more crises and disharmony on her.

 Mukachana Hanyani

In 2008, at the height of the inflationary environment, which was followed by price increases by the business community in the country, the Government came up with the price controls initiative to protect consumers from unprecedented price increases.

Rungano Dzikira

One of the greatest dilemmas of Zimbabwean politics is the sordid pursuit for political mileage by opposition parties, at the expense of lies, and portraying themselves as victims of the system.

Innocent Mujeri

Last week, the mainstream media as well as some digital platforms were awash with news of Simba Chikanza, the editor of the online publication Zimeye, who was attempting to blackmail the First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa into granting him an interview.

Derick Tsimba

The engagement and re-engagement efforts by President Emmerson Mnangagwa are continuing to bear fruit following the cemented efforts by the President to ensure that the economic and political impasse is solved for Zimbabwe to once again return to its prime days of economic glory.

Charles Motsi

Revolutions that resonate with the masses like those of the Chinese and Cubans, spread like wildfire and could not be stopped until set objectives were met. This was because at their core, the objectives of the people were intertwined with those of the revolutionaries.

Mukachana Hanyani

Some people have been wondering the whole time, why President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa is called a “Listening President.” The description, which has grown to become his second nickname after the world-famous one, ED, was derived from his knack for making swift interventions to issues that the nation would have raised.