Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) is concerned that even as untoward behaviour is condemned with every by-election that has been conducted since 2013, it seems no one is moved and they […]
Persistent heavy rains have pounded most parts of Zimbabwe since mid-December last year, bringing relief to farmers and urban dwellers following drought conditions experienced over the past two seasons.
President Robert Mugabe’s government has a penchant for going for the lowest hanging fruit by raising taxes each time its revenues dip due to the poor management of the economy.
The raging typhoid outbreak in some of Zimbabwe’s cities and towns is yet another indication of the decay of the economy and infrastructure under President Robert Mugabe’s watch since independence […]
Information minister Christopher Mushohwe has given contrasting signals to the media since his appointment a year ago. He initially showed zeal to engage before issuing all sorts of threats against […]
I spent the past three weeks with my rural folk, far from Harare’s madding crowd — out in Masvingo’s drought-prone Bikita district; a place considered peripheral, remote, backward and primitive […]
Zanu PF’s costly annual talk show ended in Masvingo last night with revelations that the party was $16 million in the red, a true reflection of the former liberation movement’s […]
THE word of God is powerful and effective. The Bible says once it’s proclaimed, it doesn’t return to God void. The tragedy of our day, however, is that many people […]
WE live in a time where the prophetic office is under the spotlight because of many abuses that have been witnessed in the handling of this office.
Two major events happened this week: first President Robert Mugabe presented the State of the Nation Address (Sona) on Tuesday in Parliament and on Thursday Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa came […]