Nobleman Runyanga

One of the issues that MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa raised during his Agenda 2021 address last week were claims that Government was gunning for a one party State in Zimbabwe using some opposition political parties. Notwithstanding the contradiction in the statement, everyone who has watched the MDC since its formation would agree that the party does not need any external force to destroy it as it has done most of the work by itself.

Charles Motsi

One of the hallmarks of a true leader and statesman is the ability to see the future and predict correctly what is good for the people. That is exactly what President Emmerson Mnangagwa did when he approved the introduction of the Sinopharm Covid 19 vaccine, his administration hit the nail right on the head in the fight against this global pandemic.

Rutendo Jiri

Ibhetshu lika Zulu, a Bulawayo based pressure group which focuses on documenting the reburial of Gukurahundi victims convened an online discussion titled “Enhancing Citizen Participation in Search for Truth and Justice on the Gukurahundi Genocide.

Derick Tsimba

The New Economic Development Strategy 1 (NDS1) is envisaged to revive the economy and fulfil Government’s vision of becoming an empowered and prosperous upper middle-income society by 2030.

Daphine Zulu

The past two decades or so have clearly proven that opposition parties in the country, particularly the MDC (Chamisa led) has no authentic identity of its own except posturing as Zanu PF’s conscience.

Tirivanhu Kateera

Over decades and if not centuries, the world vaccinated and controlled measles. The world vaccinated and stopped polio in its tracks. Tuberculosis is under control because of vaccination. The same goes with many other diseases that inflicted human nature at some point in the history of mankind.

Charles Motsi

As the old saying goes; if you see an elephant on top of a tree, it does not matter when, how or why it got up there, what is obvious and clear is that it will come crashing down very soon. Such is the story of Nelson Chamisa as his crushing down moment is now inevitable.

by Grace Chekai

The MDC Alliance’s future is looking uncertain as events unfold in the embattled opposition party. It does not need a soothsayer to predict that the opposition political party’s future has become obscure and the 2023 will be symbolic in that it will be Waterloo for the party as it will meet its doom.