Letter from America: Forget Tshabangu and Mutsvangwa! It is the economy, stupid!

Brother Chris is unrestrained, opinionated, does not keep his wisdom to himself (where he has some), disrespects elders when he feels that they are wrong
By Kenneth Mufuka Feb. 11, 2024

Editor's Memo: When the mirror shows the monster we are

This was after the ruling party’s (Zanu PF) spokesperson Chris Mutsvangwa allegedly made several inferences about Mugano’s character, according to the economist.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jan. 19, 2024

Of First Family fluff, bootlickers and Obert Mpofu the comedian

According to Ncube, Zanu PF has nothing to do with the recalls led by that chap Sengezo Tshabangu.
By Muckracker Jan. 19, 2024

Chegutu mine latest: Two more bodies retrieved

The  search for the other missing miners has been temporarily stopped after the mine underground became shaky.
By Nunurai Jena Oct. 7, 2023

New Cabinet, recycled deadwood or reunion at the feeding trough

Charamba said the Cabinet would focus on completing “far-flung projects around infrastructure” that the President started during his first term.
By Raymond Rusinga Sep. 13, 2023

Dialogue an antidote to the cycle of ineffectual elections

For now, it becomes important to limit the damage that can be done by maintaining a status quo that does not work through seeking nothing but total change.
By Musa Kika Sep. 1, 2023

Candid Comment: Zanu PF leaders must uphold democracy

Zanu PF spokesperson Chris Mutsvangwa has been issuing inflammatory statements about how the nationalists fought for democracy.
By Silence Sep. 1, 2023

SA actress presence in Zim raises eyebrows

Exactly three years down the lane, the South African star is seen dining and mingling with the very same people whom she accused of being behind human rights abuses in Zimbabwe.
By Moses Mugugunyeki and Sindiso Dube Aug. 13, 2023

Letter to my people: The cat is finally out of the bag

The denial by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission of leaking this information to Zanu PF has few takers.
By Doctor Stop It Apr. 16, 2023