Oct 8th, 2013
By Perry Munzwembiri Zimbabwe has witnessed a significant outflow of her citizens over the years. This was one of the effects of the so called ‘lost decade’ where Zimbabweans migrated abroad in droves searching for greener pastures. These now constitute a Zimbabwean Diaspora community scattered aroun...
Jan 29th, 2013
Dewa Mavhinga,guardian.co.uk, The forthcoming elections are likely to be mired in violence as Mugabe and Zanu-PF have blocked any democratic reforms. For millions of Zimbabweans, the new year is less a symbol of hope than of dread. Elections are supposed to take place in 2013, and judging from past e...
Nov 14th, 2012
The very conditions demanded by the Patriotic Front from Ian Smith, must be the same conditions we insist on today for free and fair elections. It is incontrovertible that, when leadership ceases to be responsive to the needs and aspirations of its followers, the followers will rebel and choose those...
In Movie & Music
Oct 13th, 2012
MEMBERS of P-Square — a visiting Nigerian pop group — yesterday said they were delighted to be here after hearing a lot about President Mugabe and Zimbabwe’s peaceful people. The identical twins, Peter and Paul Okoye, described Zimbabwe as their second home. The “Chop My Money...
Apr 5th, 2011
Harare – A strike by Zimbabwean magistrates protesting low pay entered its second day on Tuesday, paralysing an already creaky justice delivery system. Judges continue to work at the High and Supreme Courts, but the majority of cases are heard at the lower magisterial courts in Zimbabwe. The st...
Dec 31st, 2010
Cyber activists say they have brought down Zimbabwean government websites after the president’s wife sued a newspaper for publishing a WikiLeaks cable linking her with illicit diamond trading. President Robert Mugabe’s wife Grace is suing a private newspaper for $15 million for publishing...