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

In Zimbabwe, we have become experts of the blame game

By Daniel Chigundu PEOPLE’S Democratic Party (PDP) economic affairs secretary Vince Musewe has called on Zimbabweans especially those in the opposition parties to stop blaming others for their failures and focus finding solutions. The ruling party Zanu PF and the main opposition party MDC-T have a long history of always blamed each other for the current problems bedeviling the country. According to Zanu PF, Zimbabwe … Continue reading In Zimbabwe, we have become experts of the blame game

Harare Mayor Manyenyeni boycotts parly

By Nyasha N Mukapiko Harare City Council (HCC) Mayor Bernard Manyenyeni on Tuesday failed to appear before the Parliamentary Portfolio committee on Local Government, Rural and Urban Development chaired by Mutasa South constituency legislator Irene Zindi. Manyenyeni who did not respond to an earlier communication that was addressed to him, opted to send Acting Town Clerk Josephine Ncube and the Acting Director for housing Retired … Continue reading Harare Mayor Manyenyeni boycotts parly

MP Chasi calls for peace ahead of 2018 polls …says no to inflammatory language | #Ivote4PeaceZW

By Daniel Chigundu Mazoe South legislator Honourable Fortune Chasi has called on Zimbabweans to speak the language of peace as we draw closer to 2018. Zimbabwe is expected to go for watershed polls anytime in 2018 and previous elections have been synonymous with hate-speech and acts of violence across the country and especially in the rural areas. At one time MDC-T had to pull-out of elections … Continue reading MP Chasi calls for peace ahead of 2018 polls …says no to inflammatory language | #Ivote4PeaceZW

Zimbabwe’s political system is designed to maintain Zanu PF hegemony | #Ivote4Peace

By Daniel Chigundu Economist politician Vince Musewe says the few reforms being done by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) such as compiling a new voter’s roll are not enough to deliver the much needed change in the country. ZEC is almost ready to start compiling a new biometric voter’s roll expected to be used in the upcoming 2018 watershed elections. The country’s election board is … Continue reading Zimbabwe’s political system is designed to maintain Zanu PF hegemony | #Ivote4Peace

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

Ministry of Education fails to provide Quarterly report to Portfolio committee

On the 19th of January the Portfolio Committee of the Ministry of Education congregated to make a post 2017 Budget analysis of their allocation. However, it would appear as though most Portfolio Committee meetings that day were closed to the public serve for them informing most civic society members that they were open on the day before. it would appear as though Parliament processes are … Continue reading Ministry of Education fails to provide Quarterly report to Portfolio committee

80 prisoners on death row in Zimbabwe… but no hangman

By Daniel Chigundu Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has revealed that the country has failed to find a hangman to execute about 80 prisoners who are on death row since 2005. The last know criminals to be hanged in the country are the notorious and dreaded duo of Edmore Masendeke and Stephen Chidumo. Capital punishment has become a very topical issue worldwide, with many nations and human … Continue reading 80 prisoners on death row in Zimbabwe… but no hangman