The last four months in Zimbabwe can surely be characterised as an awakening of the Zimbabwean working class, as thousands took to the streets in response to Evan Mawarire’s call: “hatichatya” [we […]
Capital punishment has been a contentious issue in Zimbabwe for many years. While the new Constitution must be hailed for giving reprieve to women and men aged under 21 or […]
Botswana president Ian Khama last week stirred a hornet’s nest by publicly calling on President Robert Mugabe to step down on account of his advanced age and the dislocation of […]
My weekly addresses have become such an inspiration and admiration to most of you hopeless souls around the world that I would have felt very bad not communicating to you.
The digitisation programme has been atop the Zimbabwe government Information, Media and Broadcasting Services ministry agenda for the past few years now amid policy pronouncements that completion of this project […]
Acting President Emmerson Mnangagwa has lately been complaining about the corruption scourge in the country and threatening all sorts of action against culprits.
The corporate graveyard in Zimbabwe has been busy in recent years. Hundreds of companies have gone insolvent and shut shop.
A scene at the Zanu PF national headquarters last week at the occasion of the party’s politiburo meeting: Robert Mugabe: “Kasukuwere, you took land earmarked for the youth and sold […]
Reports of politicians and government officials distributing food aid on a partisan basis or by other unfair or corrupt means ought to be taken seriously and investigated rather than dismissed […]
Harmon Killebrew, one of the most respected baseball players of the 1960s, tells the story of how his father used to play with him and his brother in their garden when […]