Prospective Parliamentarians suggested on Social Media

By Tariro Senderayi The just ended independence celebrations have been met with mixed feelings. While 37 years of freedom is a genuine milestone to celebrate as a nation, some countrymen couldn’t help but feel the sacrifice leading to Zimbabwe’s independence from White minority rule in 1980 has gone in vain. Independence in 1980 meant education for all, equal opportunities, low cost of living, one man … Continue reading Prospective Parliamentarians suggested on Social Media

“ZANU PF reforming from within,” says Mnangagwa

By Tariro Daphne If recent sentiments by Vice President Emerson Mnangangwa are anything to go by, the factional battles that have ejected some party members are part of Zanu Pf’s rejuvenation. Recently Sarah Mahoka and Sandi Moyo were booted out of the party, National Commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere has been under fire with fellow party member calling for his ouster citing corruption and fanning factionalism as … Continue reading “ZANU PF reforming from within,” says Mnangagwa

NERA pushes for diaspora vote in 2018

A petition has been making the rounds on social media with regards to ensuring that the Zimbabwe diaspora community is able to exercise their right to vote in the next harmonized election. This right to vote for any party of choice is enshrined in the supreme law of the land precisely section 67(3). “All Zimbabweans who were born in Zimbabwe have the right to vote … Continue reading NERA pushes for diaspora vote in 2018

MDC-T to go for broke in 2018 election

As the ruling party has bagged a victory in the by-election in Mwenezi, the main opposition party MDC-T Spokesperson Obert  Gutu took to social media to give his assessment of why and how that victory came about. Whilst the ruling party ululates, he is of the view that with regards to the upcoming 2018 election, the rural constituencies will determine who wins. He insinuated further … Continue reading MDC-T to go for broke in 2018 election

ZESN | Mass Biometric Voter Registration: 3 Key lessons from Kenya

Over the years Africa has been seen attempting to catch up with the introduction of ICT’s for the administration of elections. Even if electronic voting has not yet become popular, one country that has become the yardstick is Kenya. Kenya has used the Biometric Voter Registration process twice and these are some of the key lessons Zimbabwe can borrow a leaf for the 2018 harmonized … Continue reading ZESN | Mass Biometric Voter Registration: 3 Key lessons from Kenya

Should Pastor Evan run for President in 2018?

It’s been over a month since the return of Pastor E from his exile in the land of “milk and honey” that is the United States. What is of importance is the fact that he is back home, but what is of more curious importance is what exactly his political aspirations are. He has been heard in an exclusive interview saying that he may run … Continue reading Should Pastor Evan run for President in 2018?

Broke govnt faces difficulties in implementation of new education curriculum

by Tariro Daphne Senderayi The Primary and Secondary Education Ministry embarked on implementing the various aspects of the new curriculum but it has been noticed that as was expected by critics there is no support in infrastructure and skilled personnel. When the review of the curriculum was flighted, concerned citizens pointed out that the broke government will face difficulties in implementation of the changes which … Continue reading Broke govnt faces difficulties in implementation of new education curriculum

#Ivote4PeaceZW | 3 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR WOULD BE COUNCILOR/ MP [PART ONE]

By Tariro Daphne Senderayi WHY DO YOU WANT TO OCCUPY PUBLIC OFFICE? This is a pertinent question. This being because for one to aspire to occupy a public office of course they anticipate personal gain but at the same time they have identified a gap in their ward or constituency. Having listened to the greatest speeches in the world by various world leaders from the … Continue reading #Ivote4PeaceZW | 3 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR WOULD BE COUNCILOR/ MP [PART ONE]

Factional wars may cost Zanu PF 2018 election | #Ivote4PeaceZW

By Tariro Daphne Senderayi Some political analysts,including Alex Magaisa have concluded that as long as the deeply divided Zanu pf continues to widen the chasm amongst its own, the party is likely to face a loss in the 2018 general election. Since time immemorial the ruling party has been embroiled in deadly succession and factional wars with the Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s (Lacoste faction)supporters going … Continue reading Factional wars may cost Zanu PF 2018 election | #Ivote4PeaceZW

Zimbabweans embrace bond notes – Zanu PF MPs

By Portia Sigauke Zanu PF Mps yesterday said Zimbabweans were happy with the introduction of bond notes citing that it was government’s best thing ever done to the people. Making a contribution during debate session, Zanu PF Member of Parliament for Uzumba, Simbaneuta Mudarikwa, claimed that through the introduction of bond notes people’s lives were changed as there are able to transact and access cash … Continue reading Zimbabweans embrace bond notes – Zanu PF MPs