We meet amid a serious national crisis, now worse than what it was a month ago when I issued my end of year statement. Since then, things have gotten worse, […]
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Harare City Council has been struggling to supply residents with clean water for over a decade now and the crisis got worse last week when the local authority began a […]
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President Robert Mugabe’s supporters are already in overdrive celebrating the soon to be 92-year-old leader’s perceived successes as the chairperson of the African Union (AU) for the past 12 months.
The sight of bulldozers razing down expensively built houses along Harare’s Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo Express Way last week was not for the faint-hearted.
Agriculture minister Joseph Made’s deafening silence amid mounting evidence that the El Niño-induced drought is taking its toll on Zimbabwe’s poor farmers vindicates those that have always maintained that he […]
The brutal police reaction to what were supposed to be peaceful demonstrations in Harare and Chitungwiza last week, as well as the barbaric detention of NewsDay journalists is symptomatic of […]
Zimbabwe is in the throes of another debilitating drought blamed on the El Nino weather phenomenon that has seen some places in the world receive more rain, while others get […]
For most Zimbabweans, 2015 will rank among the worst in living memory after unprecedented job losses and deepening poverty.