By Adrian Maratu/Vongai Kahwa PICTURES of School pupils packed like sardines in the back of a Mushikashika as they raced to school owing to transport shortages triggered anger among parents who have blamed President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government for collapsing the public transport system. In a video ( https://twitter.com/HStvNews/status/1437669153993863168?s=20 ) over five primary pupils were caught […]
Poet: Andrew Manyika Do you remember where you were when you heard the sound of an elephant falling in the forest, shaking the ground? We will not be able to forget, neither will the history, his name will be escorted by the words “iconic” and “legendary” His memory will be lauded as a hero and a […]
One day we will wake up to find every grain of sand, every sacred hill, every river bequeathed to us by our ancestors gone. Mortgaged Even the air we breathe too, All gone for jets and jet fuel and other trivial luxuries. One day we will wake up not belonging to ourselves. Poet’s Bio Batsirai […]
BY Adrian Maratu/ Vimbai Majaha CONFUSION over the Covid 19 vaccination of undocumented citizens has hit vaccination centres were other health workers continue to demand for National Identity cards, in violation to a government directive. Some Zimbabweans in Budiriro, and other vaccination centers in Harare said they were turned away for not having ID’s which […]
THE MDC-T leader Douglas Mwonzora took a dig at legislators Job Sikhala and Daniel Molokele saying they were not competent enough to find a place in his shadow cabinet announced Wednesday afternoon.
Ash rests on our faces now distraught, We take up our bags, leave the rubble and inferno. Where were you when the kindling burned? All lays in ruin now… one-two seven-ten, bodies hurl through open windows. Where was Nathi Ndlovu when the fire started? One doctor asks another A little boy goes missing, a mother […]
BY VIMBAI MAJAHA ZIMBABWE Army General Edzai Absolom Chanyuka Chimonyo has died, following a long battle with cancer, the government has announced. Chimonyo was promoted to lead the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) soon after former President late Robert Mugabe, was ousted from power in a military coup, died this morning. The General has […]
Despite legislation and policy aimed at increasing women’s representation in politics, their ability to claim space has been hampered by their failure to get equal access to political and campaign funding. The challenges begin from the party primary contests where female candidates have to compete against male counterparts who are often well resourced because they […]
Zimbabwe woke up to the sad news that Roman Catholic Church priest, novelist and a composer Father Emmanuel Ribeiro had passed on.
BY VIMBAI MAJAHA RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya dropped names of 18 companies whom he accuses of abusing the foreign exchange auction system in a naming and shaming scheme, warning the companies will face stiff penalties. Companies including National Foods, Africa Steel, and Source Fuels, stand accused of getting cheap money on […]