‘Only a fifth of Zimbabwe has access to clean water. This situation constitutes a clear and present threat to the health of the population
AS we report elsewhere in this edition, a delegation from the International Monetary Fund is expected in Harare next week to monitor Zimbabwe’s progress
YESTERDAY the Zimbabwe Independent was pounced on with potshots from Australian-based Herald columnist Reason Wafawarova
WHILE moves to clean up the country’s shady diamond mining operations are afoot as recently outlined by Mines minister Walter Chidhakwa,
There was something rather pathetic yet revealing about reports in the public media of Chinese and Russian leaders sending birthday messages
NOW that the dust has really settled after last year’s disputed general elections one would have thought attention would have shifted
FOR too long government has been ignoring realities and,consequently, is the cause of over a decade of economic distress with attendant massive unemployment
How much did the whole shindig cost? That surely was what the general public were asking last Saturday following the lengthy exchange of vows between Simba
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s star has faded considerably since the height of his popularity in 2008/09.
EIGHT months after being swept back into office in a landslide election victory, President Robert Mugabe’s administration is under siege.