Common Law with Mike Murenzvi “We cannot expect people to have respect for law and order until we teach respect to those we have entrusted to enforce those laws.” ~ Hunter S. Thompson
By Takura Zhangazha Linking Africa and African history to its contemporary placement in international relations is now rarely done, not least in Zimbabwe’s case with its peculiar pariah status globally.   This...
Africa cannot afford to continue with the despotic forms of governance that still proliferate across the continent. Authoritarian and dictatorial governments are repressive, corrupt and inefficient. Their main interest is to retain power and...
By James Duddridge Two years ago saw a dark period for Zimbabweans. Over a two-week period in January 2019, 81 people were treated for gunshot wounds, with 17 losing their lives.
By Miles Tendi Major General Paradzai Willings Zimondi, who has died aged 73, had multiple identities. There was the young Zimondi who in 1974 left his wife and seven month old...
By Marc Holtzman There is no better time for the United States to reset relations with a foreign country than at the change of an administration. While the new president, Joe...
By Tim Rainhard In September 2019, Finance and Economic Development Minister, Mthuli Ncube, appointed a nine-member Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) to influence the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) monetary policy.  Crucially,...
By Rugare GumboWe have learned with sorrow and sadness of the death of Cde Mukudzei Mudzi (94) the former Executive Secretary (General Secretary) of Dare reChimurenga of ZANU. Cde Mudzi’s death followed that of...
By Mthuli Ncube With the recent announcements of vaccines to the Covid-19 pandemic, the world is staring through their dark tunnel to get a glimpse of the light. While the pain continues, and many still suffer, the ray of hope is...
By Takura Zhangazha There is an increasing ambiguity when influential Zimbabweans debate their current government’s macro-economic policies.  This is probably because they do not have structured differences with its neoliberal/free market/ease of doing business thrust. Ordinary Zimbabweans are not so ambiguous in...
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