I have now matured: Honourable Prince Sibanda

By Daniel Chigundu Binga North legislator Prince Dubeko Sibanda says he has now matured and will not exhibit bad behaviour in the National Assembly. Legislators have come under fire most of the time for behaving badly through hackling, singing and making noise while in the National Assembly at a time when they are supposed to …

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Mugabe continues to trouble ED even in death

OPINION By Wisdom Mumera Since his removal from power, Robert Mugabe remained a strong political voice and figure, even after his death he has connived to remain an awkward point for the new administration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa with his alleged refusal to a Heroes Acre burial. Mugabe’s nephew Leo Mugabe had been quoted in …

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We have come because of Ubuntu: Chamisa

By James Martin MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has said his visit to the Blue Roof in Borrowdale to pay his condolences to the Mugabe family was in the spirit of Africanism and Ubuntu. Chamisa who was in the company of his party senior officials said although his party had political differences with the deceased former …

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EU-Mnangagwa tiff escalates as war veterans draw battle lines

By James Martin The tiff between the European Union (EU) and President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Wednesday took a notch higher after the war veterans declared that they are prepared to meet the West pound for pound if they want war with Zimbabwe. Last week at the official launch of the anti-corruption awareness campaign Mnangagwa dumped his diplomatic etiquette …

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African leaders addicted to ancestral leadership

OPINION By Michelle Muchena Africa has been described by many analysts as “a young continent with old leaders” and this arises from the fact that most of these leaders though they are advanced in age or have become incapacitated they hardly retire. According to some statistics, over 15 African countries are currently being led by …

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African leaders addicted to ancestral leadership

OPINION By Michelle Muchena Africa has been described by many analysts as “a young continent with old leaders” and this arises from the fact that most of these leaders though they are advanced in age or have become incapacitated they hardly retire. According to some statistics, over 15 African countries are currently being led by …

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Sanctions or Corruption: Zimbabwe Remains on a Self-Destructive Path

By Wisdom Mumera Two epochal things happened after the coup that toppled former President Robert Mugabe; strategic moves aimed at starting a new foreign policy and setting the new regime on a new course for success. The first was the disengagement from the sanctions mantra blaming every failure on the Western measures. In January 2018 …

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MDC Alliance to Challenge MOPA in Court

By Wisdom Mumera MDC Alliance has says it is going to challenge the Maintenance of Peace and Order Act (MOPA) in court for being an unjust law which has been replicated from the apartheid laws of pre-independence South Africa. Debating in the Senate, Honourable Lillian Timveos who is also MDC Chief Whip said that they …

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One Year On –MDC Still Mourn ‘Stolen Elections’

By   Tafadzwa Muranganwa MDC which is fronted by Nelson Chamisa has once again reiterated its stance that it will not recognise President Emmerson Mnangagwa a year after the opposition lost a Constitutional Court poll challenge. Addressing a press conference on Wednesday, to mark the anniversary of last year’s plebiscite, MDC spokesperson Daniel Molokele said the …

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Wadyejena’s Lamborghini is a Moral Affront to Our Austerity

By Wisdom Mumera Gokwe-Nembudziya legislator Justice Mayor Wadyajena’s latest acquisition, a US$420 000 garish Lamborghini Urus has raised the anger of many with its starkly immoral portrayal of the gap between the elitist ruling and the poverty-stricken public. The vehicle is out of place in 98% of Zimbabwe’s roads and very much so in Gokwe …

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