Ceteris Paribus: Zimbabwe elections trend: Prospects of 2008 repetition

Political turmoil and economic stagnation served as the setting for the 2008 presidential election.
By Tinashe Duma 15h ago

Candid Comment: Bootlicking political statements detrimental to development

Garwe of late has been an architect of his own goals if it was in football circles. His desperation to please his political superiors is sliding into desperation of gigantic proportions.
By Tinashe Makichi 15h ago

Repression: When Zim stops pretending to be a democracy

With a government that has given up on trying to hide its authoritarian foundations, 2023 is likely to be the country’s worst election for the next 15 years.
By The Africa Report 16h ago

ED food security claims raise dust

Political analysts said Mnangagwa’s remarks contradicted the WFP, which estimates that 38% of Zimbabwe’s population is food insecure.
By Kenneth Nyangani 21h ago

Cartoon: Mnangagwa leaves for the food summit in Senegal

Cartoon: Mnangagwa leaves for the food summit in Senegal
By The Watcher Jan. 26, 2023

Machete gangs rally votes for Zanu PF

NewsDay gathered from some distraught villagers that the machete-wielding gangs were reportedly going door-to-door and frog-marching villagers to attend Zanu PF party meetings.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jan. 26, 2023

We’re ready for polls: Chamisa

In a message yesterday to commemorate the CCC’s first anniversary, party leader Nelson Chamisa said they had “moved mountains” in their first year of existence.
By Problem Masau Jan. 25, 2023

Blessed are the peacemakers

It was imperative for you to practise discerning leadership. Uppermost on your to-do list must have been the inculcation of national tolerance.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Jan. 25, 2023

When Zimbabwe stops pretending to be a democracy

With a government that has given up on trying to hide its authoritarian foundations, 2023 is likely to be the country’s worst election for the next 15 years.
By Nic Cheeseman Jan. 25, 2023