Murder, under-age sex and fraud. These are just some of the charges Didymus Mutasa is facing, according to the Sunday Mail last weekend. Zanu PF Manicaland province, it seems, is […]
A LITTLE bit of Latin always raises the tone of an article, so here (with thanks to Britain’s The Observer weekly newspaper) is a sentence that may prove useful to […]
LAST week, I wrote an article, Zec in a fix over by-elections, in which I argued that Zec (Zimbabwe Electoral Commission) had placed itself in an awkward position after initially and, for a long time, disowning its powers over voter registration and the compilation of the voters’ roll.
Zimbabwe’s national cricket team’s biggest critics have already dismissed talk of a quarter-final berth as a quixotic quest that will only end in further disappointment for the ever hopeful fans.
FEARS that Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko was out of touch with the plight of Zimbabweans, having spent so much time abroad as a diplomat, were confirmed last week during his charm-offensive […]
President Robert Mugabe arrived home yesterday from the Far East at the end of a lengthy holiday which has reportedly included medical treatment in Singapore. ‘
IT should hardly pass for news but given Zanu PF’s calamitous economic record under President Robert Mugabe, Acting President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s announcement — in the absence of any tangible evidence — that his party was now focusing on developing the country, came as something of a surprise.
I HAVE decided to bring back a classic piece that was chronicled in the column several years ago. ‘
THE transformation of any society requires three things; the profound realisation that it must change, finding those practices that will cause the change and adopting those practices.
The language of the immigration debate in Germany has got harsh and extreme.