Cyber Bill: Should we be afraid?

By Daniel Chigundu The Cyber Bill which seeks among other things to regulate the use of internet in the country has reportedly been given the nod by Cabinet and is waiting to be sent to Parliament where it will go through various processes before it becomes law. The Bill has been part of the legislative …

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Fuel queues: The Rallies ED can’t address

By Wisdom Mumera A few months after ‘receiving’ the full mantle of electoral power President Emmerson Mnangagwa faces the kind of situation that few rulers envision when panting for power. He has the power but nothing else on him. No political traction. No economic foothold. No legitimacy. The economy which has been on its back …

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Motlanthe Commission achieves ED’s objective

By Wisdom Mumera The Motlanthe Commission findings, revealing nothing new and crucifying no one for the shootings and deaths, have come to mirror the reptilian duplicity that has characterised President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s reign. ED has been selling himself as the Zimbabwean Deng Xiaoping coming after the disastrous zealotry of Mugabe’s Mao Zedong but the actions …

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Is commission of inquiry a tragic comedy?

By Wisdom Mumera Commission of Enquiry set by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to look into the 1st August shooting has been questionable as a useful panel owing to the inclusion of questionable characters such as Lovemore Madhuku and Charity Manyeruke. According to members of the public, the two (Madhuku and Manyeruke) are compromised and do not …

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Is commission of inquiry a tragic comedy?

By Wisdom Mumera Commission of Enquiry set by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to look into the 1st August shooting has been questionable as a useful panel owing to the inclusion of questionable characters such as Lovemore Madhuku and Charity Manyeruke. According to members of the public, the two (Madhuku and Manyeruke) are compromised and do not …

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Mugabe’s gunpoint resignation: AU and SADC under spotlight

By Wisdom Mumera Pressure is set to increase on the continent’s governance bodies in the aftermath of indications by Presidential spokesperson George Charamba that former President Robert Mugabe may have resigned under military duress. Both the African Union (AU) and the Southern African Development Community (SADC) have tacitly accepted President Emmerson Mnangagwa assumption of power as legitimate whilst denying the occurrence of a de facto …

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Uproar as opposition leaders defend arrested former Zanu PF members

By Wisdom Mumera The continued engagement of lawyers who occupy top ranks in the country’s opposition parties as defence counsel by arrested former Zanu PF members has divided opinions among the public and threatens to derail the opposition’s agenda in 2018 elections. Since the fall of Robert Mugabe in November last year through a military coup, former Zanu officials who are being arrested for alleged …

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Uproar as opposition leaders defend arrested former Zanu PF members

By Wisdom Mumera The continued engagement of lawyers who occupy top ranks in the country’s opposition parties as defence counsel by arrested former Zanu PF members has divided opinions among the public and threatens to derail the opposition’s agenda in 2018 elections. Since the fall of Robert Mugabe in November last year through a military coup, former Zanu officials who are being arrested for alleged …

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