Ceteris Paribus: Zanu PF vs Sadc: Can Zim survive alienation?

It has always heavily relied on the regional bloc for support in times of crisis and for regional trade.
By Tinashe Duma Sep. 1, 2023

Think tank predicts tough times ahead

Due to its geographical position, Gavin also emphasised that Zimbabwe’s deep-seated economic crisis could potentially plunge the whole region into turmoil.
By Tinashe Kairiza Sep. 1, 2023

World View: Why won’t Putin go to SA

Moscow still subsidises the ANC today (in various clandestine ways), so Putin could reasonably expect President Cyril Ramaphosa to protect him from arrest.
By Gwynne Dyer Jul. 28, 2023

ANC to blame for immigration crisis: Maimane

Maimane made the comments after a South African High Court ruled that the termination of Zimbabwe Exemption Permits (ZEPs) was unconstitutional.
By Lorraine Muromo Jun. 30, 2023

When a nation allows its former oppressors to draft its laws

In this instalment, the focus is on the justice and legal system in South Africa.
By Tapiwa Gomo May. 29, 2023

Are Zanu PF and ANC Siamese twins?

Positioned on either side of the Great Limpopo River, both are revolutionary parties that fought protracted wars of liberation to rid “their people” of the yoke of colonialism.
By Mutemo Pisa May. 24, 2023

Can Afrikaners save South Africa?

The disparity in living standards between the haves and have-nots is shocking, despite the social grant system.
By Eddie Cross May. 24, 2023

Zesa, Eskom frustrating free market philosophy

The only reason why Zesa and Eskom executives and their suppliers are not in prison is because they are protected from prosecution by those that benefit from corruption.
By Rejoice Ngwenya Mar. 30, 2023

Travelling & touring: Did Battle of Wankie signal ‘discovery’ of whiter water rafting?

If the Kandahar Island on the Zambezi River is a favourite place among sunset cruise enthusiasts, time is also nigh for tourism stakeholders to also consider such destinations.
By Burzil Dube Mar. 26, 2023