ZIMBABWE on Wednesday joined the global community in commemorating International Human Rights Day (December 10), set aside by the UN General Assembly in 1950 to bring to the attention “of […]
LAST week’s Zanu PF congress has been no doubt a major landmark in the history of contemporary Zimbabwe.
The economy was relegated to the back-burner despite that it is in a tailspin.
WHILE President Robert Mugabe’s current cabinet reshuffle, in which Vice-President Joice Mujuru and eight ministers aligned to her Zanu PF faction were fired, was necessary, the quality of new appointments […]
IN the aftermath of Zanu PF’s historic congress in which the force of naked coercion was used in the internal power struggle, fuelled by President Mugabe
Oil prices eased further to a new low this week with brent trading at US$66,80 per barrel on Monday (the lowest levels in five years).
The 2015 budget statement announced by Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa last week was somewhat disappointing.
You must have by now come across the story of Jolly Tumuhiirwe, a Ugandan maid who was caught on secret camera torturing 18-month-old Arnella.
“Gumbo is a murderous pathological liar,” the Sunday Mail declared last weekend.
THE findings by international elections consultant Rushdi Nackerdien in his research on the operation of the country’s constitutional electoral body, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec), are mostly common cause as they dovetail with concerns long in the public domain.