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Tuesday, October 15, 2019
On 22 May 2013, a historic day in the lives of many citizens of our beloved nation and perhaps more significant in decades, our Constitution was signed into law. Home grown by courageous Zimbabweans and endorsed by millions of citizens in the make or break 2013 People's Vote. Groundbreaking! Among the plethora...
Lennon Manyengavana Finance and Economic Development Minister, Professor Mthuli Ncube might be a fundi in economics and full of bookish ideas that appear to be the panacea to the economic crisis facing the country but somehow he is not in touch with the plight of the ordinary man on the...
The intolerance levels of divergent political views in the country has reached alarming levels with musicians being the latest victims of gagging and threats on their lives. Gangling musician Jah Prayzah had his imminent tour of the United Kingdom being threatened by some elements...
By Marshall Bwanya Graphic details of the foiled August 16 MDC demonstration in Harare where baton wielding police used brutal force to disperse protestors would not have been known without journalists' footage, images and content. However, a viral image taken by Aaron Ufumeli of an injured unconscious elderly woman flanked by...
By Lennon Manyengawana When so many interests are at play and so much attention is given to a subject, it automatically becomes a very sensitive topic that one needs to tread carefully lest they step on landmines. It is because of this that the...
By Lovemore Chimaliro When Zimbabwe’s history is finally and correctly recorded for eternity, records will show that January 2019 was indeed a month of high drama; firstly for the orgy of violence that characterized the “stayaway”, and secondly for the...
By Lennon Manyengawana The country has been thrown into disarray as bus fares rose to unprecedented levels. Today  (Tuesday) most people woke up to the amazement or rather astonishment that their bus fares have doubled or even tripled over night. This has led to some places having no transport at...
By Lovemore Chimaliro On 14 January 2019, Zimbabwe woke to waves of looting, anarchy, violence, barricades and killings, epicentred around Harare and Bulawayo, ostensibly couched as a “stayaway” in protest against a recent rise in the price of fuel announced publicly on 13 January...
Modern journalists love publishing sensational stories. Stories with a high shock value are the new currency in any newsroom and drive thousands of readers to any publication. Packing stories in a matter that is attractive is exciting but must be done within the confines of ethics. Yet, some journalists are...
By Peter Tinashe Kaviya For many artistes, the decision to pursue a solo career is one difficult call, a handful have tried and few have survived. Success stories like that of Alick Macheso who broke out of Khiama Boys to form...
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