US tightens screws on Zim anti-democrats

These undermined the political process as was later confirmed in the SADC and European Union observer mission reports.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Dec. 5, 2023

Zim students flood Zambian universities

Zimbabwe’s ambassador to Zambia, Charity Charamba, confirmed the development and appealed to parents to ensure the well-being of their children enrolled at Zambian universities.
By Problem Masau Dec. 5, 2023

ED can't benefit from presidential term limit removal

Ever since President Emmerson Mnangagwa was declared the winner of the August 2023 harmonised elections, talk have been rife of his intention to amend the Constitution.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Nov. 13, 2023

Iron and steel sector requires US$10m for retooling

The country has been importing goods made of steel from the Southern African Development Community (Sadc), primarily South Africa, at a cost of over US$400 million a year.
By Freeman Makopa Nov. 10, 2023

CCC still pushing for Sadc intervention

Political analysts are, however, predicting a gloomy future for CCC if it fails to address its current internal troubles.
By Freeman Makopa Nov. 10, 2023

Insider mediation in Zim, shuttle diplomacy and election resolution

As Zimbabwe grapples with a complex election dispute, the role of Sadc in promoting a peaceful resolution cannot be overstated.
By Sharon Hofisi Nov. 10, 2023

Uphold human rights, Mnangagwa tells prison officers

Mnangagwa made the remarks during the graduation ceremony of 749 prison officers at Ntabazinduna training depot in Matabeleland North.
By Nizbert Moyo Nov. 9, 2023

Govt mulls Forbes Border Post upgrade

Mhona said the rehabilitation project would begin in the next two months, adding that Cabinet had approved the project.
By Clayton Masekesa Nov. 7, 2023

Letter to my People: Cat out of the bag in Sengezo Tshabangu debacle

 Tshabangu has even used the same terms of criminals surrounding the president  that was used by the coup cabal when it criminally  forced Gushungo out of power.
By Doctor Stop It Nov. 5, 2023