Storm over Zanu PF campaign vehicles

NewsDay is reliably informed that the majority of the party’s 73 losing candidates have vowed to defy the directive setting themselves on a collision course with the top leadership.
By Nizbert Moyo and Problem Masau 12h ago

Tighten Zim sanctions, says ex-US diplomat

Ray said there was no behavioural change on individuals who were put on sanctions in Zimbabwe, hence the need to extend and add more names onto the list.
By Sharon Buwerimwe 12h ago

ED after my farm – Kasukuwere

Kasukuwere is currently locked in a bitter legal wrangle over ownership of the farm with a war veteran identified as Ephanos Madzimunyi who has “invaded” the property.
By Ropafadzo Makosi 12h ago

Kasukuwere challenges ED secrecy bid

Mnangagwa has in the past been criticized for overlying on statutory instruments to introduce far reaching measures without involving Parliament.
By Problem Masau and Sydney Kawadza Oct. 1, 2023

Sabhuku Vharazipi joins Zanu Pf bootlickers

Artists and musicians have been getting gifts such as cars and money for their support of Mnangagwa.
By Style Reporter Oct. 1, 2023

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 Oct. 1, 2023

Time CCC show its cards

So much was promised during the election season and the period to deliver starts here and now.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Sep. 30, 2023

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

Misogyny, cyber bullying and toxicity in Zim politics

While some researchers blame polarisation on political elites, many ordinary citizens are stuck in firm partisan loyalty.
By Faith Zaba Sep. 29, 2023