Opposition claws its way back into rural Matabeleland

Zanu PF had dominated rural Matabeleland since 2013 and restricted the opposition MDC to urban areas such as Bulawayo, Beitbridge, Gwanda and Victoria Falls.
By Nizbert Moyo 13h ago

Election deadlock jeopardises Mnangagwa re-engagement plan

Mnangagwa polled 52,6% of the vote on August 23, while his closest rival Nelson Chamisa garnered 44%.
By Tinashe Kairiza and Vincent Mungofa Sep. 29, 2023

Time for civil dialogue on Zim’s political future

Such a dialogue ought to transform socio-economic conversations into political action.
By Ntando Dumani Sep. 29, 2023

‘We are under constant drone watch’

But Paul Nyathi, the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) spokesperson, said aerial surveillance was an important part of the force’s transformation.
By Tinashe Makichi and Freeman Makopa Sep. 29, 2023

‘Zim not discussed at Troika’

President Emmerson Mnangagwa won the presidential election by 52,6% of the votes, while Chamisa garnered 44%.
By Tinashe Kairiza Sep. 29, 2023

Zambia trained ‘CCC insurgents’: Masarira

University of Zimbabwe lecturer Pedzisai Ruhanya who was facilitating the meeting attempted to restore order by encouraging a return to meaningful dialogue, but failed.
By Problem Masau Sep. 28, 2023

Kariba gets new mayor

Maoneyi of the opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) party garnered seven votes against his closest rival George Masendu’s five votes in elections held on Tuesday.
By Obert Siamilandu Sep. 27, 2023

Of ministers who became councillors

Madzorera, who is now Kwekwe mayor, does not see his switch from a senator to a councillor as demotion.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 26, 2023

Kadoma mayor pledges quality service delivery

Ruzario of the Citizens Coalition for Change and ward 15 councillor was sworn into office last Tuesday.
By Melinda Kusemachibi Sep. 24, 2023