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AfDB’s ‘elitist’ Zim debt plan slammed

It said while AfDB had made headway in its initial engagements, the lender failed to line up a plan that tackles underlying causes behind the debt crisis.
By Shame Makoshori 18h ago

Candid Comment: Zec flaws in pre-election period recipe for bloody elections

The situation was worsened by revelations that some voters were migrated to other polling stations.
By Tinashe Makichi 18h ago

Voters’ roll chaos pointing to an electoral disaster

In 2018, Mnangagwa’s slander victory against Chamisa was upheld by the Constitutional Court (ConCourt).
By Tinashe Kairiza 18h ago

Stage set for bruising August 23 polls

Mnangagwa’s proclamation in an Extraordinary Government Gazette set the stage for what critics say will be a bitterly contested election while the country is battling a raging economic crisis.
By Christine Chinowaita Jun. 1, 2023

LETTERS: ED, govt must carefully consider decision to release child sexual offenders from prison

The Clemency Order gave amnesty to different categories of prisoners throughout Zimbabwe.
By Amh Voices Jun. 1, 2023

US tweets on polls blown out of proportion

However, Harare did not take kindly to the tweets and has urged the US to “refrain from posting such messages in the spirit of re-engagement”.
By Newsday Jun. 1, 2023

Zim polls set for August 23

The nomination court will sit on June 21 at the High Court to register candidates.
By Online Reporter May. 31, 2023

ED running scared: Chamisa

Chamisa described Mnangagwa’s rule since 2017 as characterised by darkness and unhappiness.
By Christine Chinowaita May. 31, 2023

We get older too soon and wise too late

True, Adesina was aware of the sanctions narrative. Yet, he did not entertain it. Methinks he mentioned sanctions diplomatically to assuage your ego.
By Cyprian M Ndawana May. 31, 2023