In 2019, Zimbabwe was caught up in quite a spin, from the January riots, Mthuli Ncube’s policy upheavals, to the death of a dictator. Did any analyst, journalist or commentator at any one...
By Prosper B. Matondi  The harrowing news of villagers and school children being buried alive and then washed away while they slept in their huts, houses and dormitories and images of villagers picking decapitated...
By Ranga Mberi What if these are the good old days? These days in which I see pensioners outside NSSA’s bank at dawn, having slept there all night, waiting for a...
By Takura Zhangazha I remember being interviewed by a journalist for a global media house some time ago during the November 2017 “coup-not- a coup” in Zimbabwe. In the pre-recorded interview, it appeared he preferred an editorial slant that would respond...
In an interview on CNBC Africa, Econet founder Strive Masiyiwa said President Emmerson Mnangagwa was sincere in his intentions and that sanctions on Zimbabwe had to be lifted. His comments drew the ire of Mnangagwa opponents. MDC Alliance MP...
By Ranga Mberi A few days ago, a friend who works for the government invited me to attend the launch of “Brand Zimbabwe” in Harare. What was this about?
Fadzayi Mahere, lawyer and MDC Alliance spokesperson, was among dozens arrested on Friday for taking part in protests against the government. She was in a group of seven arrested at Groombridge, Harare. The group spent Friday night in jail...
President Emmerson Mnangagwa sold optimism in his state of the nation address Thursday, saying a period of exchange rate stability shows that his policies are delivering. But not everyone is convinced that it's time to break out the festive...
By Ranga Mberi It’s been almost a decade since five people died in Chitungwiza after a goblin exploded as it was being beheaded. That, at least, is how many still remember the events of January 2013, when a blast powerful...
Resuming his column, in which he regales us with tales of old Dangamvura, Mutare, Chris Kabwato writes here about barely legal bum-jive, and a community's pride at a local band that 'stole' a hit song and made...
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