New curriculum divides teachers

Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe President Obert Masaraure said the current history being taught in schools is flawed.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Mar. 4, 2024

Develop me: When opposition politics is infected with autoimmunity

So, because Tshabangu recalled his party’s elected members, he too must use the same method. 
By Tapiwa Gomo Jan. 22, 2024

Mugabe, Zipa and Mujuru

Beyond the tribalism predilection, the Zipa commanders have other serious reservations about Mugabe as a leader.
By Arthur Mutambara Oct. 6, 2023

News in depth: Credibility of August 23 polls hangs in the balance as Zimbabwe follows familiar path

The historical 1980 polls, which saw the late president Robert Mugabe's Zanu PF emerge victorious were disputed.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Aug. 6, 2023

ED hiding behind a finger

Mnangagwa and Finance Mthuli Ncube are hiding behind the finger saying the coffers are empty when asked to increase the civil servants’ salaries.
By Amh Voices Jun. 12, 2023

All set for Sithole hero conferment

Both were ostracised after Independence after they became vocal against the late former President Robert Mugabe’s misrule.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 10, 2023

Govt frets over graft exposé

Information and Publicity ministry secretary, Ndabaningi Mangwana, is already trying to down play down the documentary by admitting that there was corruption in the country.
By Problem Masau Mar. 2, 2023

Mangwana evicts squatter family from farm

Chigaro said Mangwana first issued a verbal eviction notice which was delivered by bouncers.
By Kenneth Nyangani Feb. 15, 2023

Why do banks not want people to rely upon cryptocurrencies?

Cryptocurrency transaction volume is much less than the fiat currencies, leading to a lack of liquidity in the market.
By Theindependent Feb. 9, 2023