By Charles Motsi

The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) has over the years gained notoriety for being serial cry-babies. Their latest whining tune is on the issue of what they are calling the shrinking democratic space in the country, but evidence on the ground definitively rubbishes this claim.

By Grace Chekai

Professor Jonathan Moyo`s sullenness should not go unchallenged as his social media cooked up promulgations have taken a dangerous turn. At the click of the mouse he is fabricating coups to feed his bruised ego after his unceremonious departure from the ruling party and the country into self-imposed exile.

By Gift Mashoko

The United States of America (USA) renewed sanctions on Zimbabwe last week. The renewal of these illegal restrictions year in year out since 2001 bespeak of self-centredness and arrogance the US has, in regards to the southern African country borne out of frustration of not achieving their faltering regime change agenda for these past two decades.

by Elijah Chihota

The MDC, just like the Titanic ship, is inevitably and surely sinking.  When the party was formed in 1999, it gave false promises to people and cosmetically appeared as if it had all the important cards on its chest to turnaround the country’s economy at the drop of a hat. 20 years down the line, the MDC party like the Titanic is sinking slowly while those on board are enjoying themselves in blissful ignorance.

By Nobleman Runyanga

Over the weekend the South African authorities announced that country’s third confirmed COVID-19 case raising the urgency of the need to prepare for the possibility of the dreaded virus invading our borders. Since the emergence of the virus in China late last year, talk on the streets and the social media has centred on the state of Government’s preparedness for that day when a suspected coronavirus case will be confirmed.

by Elijah Chihota

Since losing the 2018 harmonised elections, the MDC has tried to remain afloat and maintain some form of relevance using various antics. First were the so called “thank you rallies” in 2018 to 2019. However, these did not help the party in anyway. They failed to pacify the party’s members who were grossly unhappy with the loss despite Chamisa’s confidence-building utopian promises. Then came the party’s season of deluge of position papers of what it intends to push ahead of the 2023 elections.

by Daphine Zulu

Recent trends in different parts of the world can attest to social media being a vice to national security. In as much as most governments have hastened to move in with laws or instigated a total ban of certain social media platforms, the fact still stands, there is need to monitor or rein in social media abuse in order to safeguard national security.

by Innocent Mujeri

We are in trouble comrades. Very big trouble. The political stage has been invaded by people of questionable morals. People with highly deranged minds are now grand actors in the Zimbabwean political arena. The political pulpit now has preachers who have mastered the art of venting verbal obscenities to their congregants.

By Grace Chekai

Women of the world, more-so those in Zimbabwe have much to celebrate in the month of March, lest we forget the sterling work they are doing in the attainment of vision 2030 of achieving a middle income economy. Our commendation goes to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government for empowering women and putting it on record that the women should be empowered and be supported in every manner.