3 600 stands for Zanu PF Chipinge youths

Sakupwanya said the youth league had processed all requirements for the stands at Reitvlei Farm which the government gazetted for acquisition in 2017.
By Kenneth Nyangani Aug. 14, 2023

Why is our brand of politics this toxic?

This unnecessarily strains relations between the two countries, especially those of communities living on either side of the border.
By Newsday Jul. 19, 2023

Late rains put pressure on tea production

Selling and distribution expenses also soared and contributed to the depressed operating margin.
By Rufaro Hozheri Jul. 14, 2023

ED splurges on campaign launch

Zanu PF hosted a colourful election manifesto launch at Mutema Secondary School in Musikavanhu constituency.
By Kenneth Nyangani Jun. 28, 2023

How will Zim implement women, youth quotas in the absence of an electoral law?

On June 14, 2023 Zanu PF’s political commissar Mike Bimha wrongly instructed his party structures to nominate five men and five women for the provincial council as we shall see later.
By Phillan Zamchiya Jun. 21, 2023

ED holds key to peaceful elections

The opposition, meanwhile, is super confident of unseating Zanu PF from a seat it has been perched since the country gained independence 43 years ago.
By Newsday Jun. 15, 2023

‘Middlemen milk women smallholder farmers’

As such, women, who are the majority smallholder farmers, are subjected to unfair trade norms.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Apr. 21, 2023

Muckracker: Wise up and join other men of gold

Anyway, congratulations in advance to the opposition CCC for winning those two seats. And people accuse Zanu PF of not being generous.
By Muckracker Apr. 6, 2023

Power, water shortages hit Chipinge chilli farmers

Local communities not only use chilli farming as a natural income-generating solution, but as a tool to deter elephants from raiding their crops.
By Lorraine Muromo Mar. 12, 2023