IN his autobiography A lifetime of Struggle, the late firebrand nationalist and veteran politician Edgar Tekere captures the role of the youths in national politics in a colourful and telling narrative.
WHILE President Robert Mugabe and his protracted succession quandary is increasingly becoming a boring and hackneyed issue to write and even talk about, the risk of serious internal strife erupting which would destabilise the country remains a distinct threat.
JUST looking at Chipo Rukwese from Dzivaresekwa Extension in Harare, you wouldn’t know she is six years old.
THE recent announcement by Zanu PF’s secretary for legal affairs, Emmerson Mnangagwa, members of the presidium at the Zanu PF national congress in December will be elected through a secret ballot system has opened a new battle front in the intensifying infighting within the party.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe (90), stopped over in Singapore for a medical check-up on his way from a week-long China trip.
Mnangagwa’s faction wanted to confront provincial chairperson Callisto Gwanetsa for unilaterally nominating the presidium.
RURAL poverty has increased to 76% this year from 63% in 2013.
Increased duty on finished products announced by Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa in his mid-term fiscal policy review statement yesterday will not have the intended effect of protecting local industry.
HE High Court of Zimbabwe on Monday granted Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander General Constantine Chiwenga an order barring his estranged wife, Jocelyn Chiwenga, from claiming Dockson Farm in Goromonzi.
THE conflict-ridden MDC-T has called for crunch national executive and national council meetings to deal with clashes over plans to centralise power in the hands of former prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai.