ON April 6, we carried a lead story: Grace Mugabe eclipses Mujuru, Mnangagwa which for the first time revealed that the First Lady was establishing herself as a new kingmaker in Zanu PF.
It was reported in the News Day of July 15 2014 that government will soon register and regulate churches in light of recent human rights abuses orchestrated by church leaders.
Webster Shamu, then Media, Information and Publicity minister — at a function with a Chinese delegation — rose to speak about internet regulation.
The tentacles of a failed society and a voracious economic meltdown are surely squeezing the life out of a fragile country that has never learnt to walk on its own.
President Robert Mugabe recently accused some senior members in his Zanu PF party of fanning division within the party using the public media.
Recent developments in the country where high-ranking officials in government and parastatals have chosen to go to the press to blast each other as if channels of negotiation have been closed, are a cause for concern.
If all the people, church organisations and groups who call themselves Christian in Zimbabwe were indeed Christian, this country would be heaven on earth.
ZIMBABWEANS woke up to the disturbing news on Friday that government debt, pegged at US$6,6 billion at the end of December last year, had shot up to US$9,9 billion.
The European Union, since its inception, has been highly regarded by people around the world, especially the poor and downtrodden, as a bastion of freedom, justice and fair play.
A recent report in this newspaper where the First Lady Grace Mugabe, in an apparent fit of rage, demanded that rapists be “beheaded”, has rekindled the thorny debate on the issue of the death penalty.