What We Know About the Zim Airways/AirZim Saga

By Wisdom Mumera The saga of Zimbabwe Airways which brought in a plane from Malaysia this week has drawn much attention due to the shady nature of the arrangement. Some quarters have reported that President Mnangagwa has seized the plane on the assumption that it belongs to former President Mugabe, details are showing a more […]

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Out-numbered Zanu PF block elections Bill

By Daniel Chigundu Zanu PF legislators forced the adjournment of the House sitting in a bid to block debate on the Electoral Amendment Bill as they feared being out-numbered by the opposition. Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi on Tuesday moved a motion to suspend the provision of the Standing Orders relating to automatic adjournment, private members Bills and motions taking precedence over …

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Chamisa’s visit to Cde Jabu, endorsement or fragile peace truce?

Nelson Chamisa greeting Jabulani Sibanda By Kalabash Contributor The issue of trolls has never been close to home than now in this election cycle. It’s gloves off from the two main political camps, Zanu Pf and the MDC Alliance. Any citizen who dares come up with their own opinion in between that risks being called […]

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Rise of the citizen voice, join this chariot

By Dirk Frey There is a new dawn emerging in the Zimbabwean electorate, it is an inevitable and necessary evolution. Now, there a rise of vibrant, young and promising independent candidates, we are also slowly dismantling the idea that a successful politician must operate in the context of a political party. This is important, representative […]

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rise of the citizen voice, join this chariot

By Dirk Frey There is a new dawn emerging in the Zimbabwean electorate, it is an inevitable and necessary evolution. Now, there a rise of vibrant, young and promising independent candidates, we are also slowly dismantling the idea that a successful politician must operate in the context of a political party. This is important, representative […]

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Harare City ‘operations’, What Hogwash!

Public transport menace in the CBD of Harare, Picture credit: Newsday By Wisdom Mumera So Operation Restore Order, a close kin of the anti-Mugabe Operation Restore Legacy of November 2017 just went up in smoke! It was impractical. It was crude. It was rushed. It was madness. It was a flop the very first day […]

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Harare City ‘operations’, What Hogwash!

Public transport menace in the CBD of Harare, Picture credit: Newsday By Wisdom Mumera So Operation Restore Order, a close kin of the anti-Mugabe Operation Restore Legacy of November 2017 just went up in smoke! It was impractical. It was crude. It was rushed. It was madness. It was a flop the very first day […]

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Parliament Accused of Ignoring Petitions

By Wisdom Mumera Members of the civil society have accused Parliament of ignoring electoral petitions delivered to the August house adding that they will continue demonstrating until their grievances are addressed. Speaking on the sidelines of a demonstration calling for the alignment of the Electoral Act to the Constitution, Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiCZ) chairperson Rashid Mahiya accused Parliament of sitting on petitions delivered three …

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Govt lacks capacity to curb labour abuses

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa A lack of adequate labour inspectors has been pinpointed as one of the reasons why there is the prevalence of gross labour abuses in Zimbabwe. According to a report released by the Human Rights Watch titled ‘Child Labour and Human Rights Abuses on Tobacco Farms in Zimbabwe’, the country has about 120 labour inspectors and that most workers on farms have never …

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Govt lacks capacity to curb labour abuses

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa A lack of adequate labour inspectors has been pinpointed as one of the reasons why there is the prevalence of gross labour abuses in Zimbabwe. According to a report released by the Human Rights Watch titled ‘Child Labour and Human Rights Abuses on Tobacco Farms in Zimbabwe’, the country has about 120 labour inspectors and that most workers on farms have never …

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