I HAVE always shared the popular view that Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe’s strengths do not lie in the realm of the intellect. By Mia Swart, South African Law Professor […]
THIS week’s instalment looks at how President Robert Mugabe (pictured) and the Zanu PF politburo manipulated the party electoral processes to nominate individuals to the presidium in a report titled […]
AS if the negative vibes over the economy following gloomy reports and prognoses from among others, the RBZ, the Industry and Commerce ministry
WHEN the beautiful South African-born Grace Marufu first emerged from the shadows of being a receptionist as President Robert Mugabe’s bride at a lavish wedding in 1996 aged 31, under […]
MOZAMBIQUE’s ruling Frelimo and its presidential candidate, Filipe Nyussi took an early lead in Wednesday’s general elections sensing victory,
THE hoary old WHAM question is before us again.
I RECENTLY attended a breakfast meeting hosted by Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa and head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) delegation to Zimbabwe, Domenico Fanizza.
IF it were not about serious issues, in this case a succession battle within a deeply divided ruling party and tied to that the future of a nation ruined by toxic leadership and policy failures, the unexpected entry of President Robert Mugabe’s wife, Grace, into the charged political fray would just be farcical.
Could somebody explain why the Herald carries so much foreign material nowadays?
UZ vice-chancellor Professor Levi Nyagura’s petulant outbursts last week in reaction to this paper’s queries regarding the foggy circumstances in which Grace Mugabe acquired her PhD was shocking and only […]