SO many Zimbabweans live abroad today and from wherever they are in the world, they hurl insults at the political leadership .
DURING the course of the previous week, a full bench of the Supreme Court sitting as the Constitutional Court (Concourt) unreservedly concurred that the earlier decision proclaiming July 31 as the latest date by which harmonised elections should be held was legally prudent and binding.
FEARS persist that security forces will try to influence the outcome of the July 31 elections largely because of partisan statements by commanders backing President Robert Mugabe and Zanu
POVERTY is both a topical and an emotional issue throughout Africa.
I USED to want to be the kind of girl who would walk into a room and cause someone to say, “Glory!”
THAT President Robert Mugabe is seeking a fresh mandate in office in the 2013 plebiscite is not only terrifying but suicidal for the entire nation.
ELECTIONS are upon us and it is imperative for Zimbabweans to be clear about what kind of person they want to lead the country.
UNITED States President Barack Obama used his historic trip to South Africa to drive home the point that the world is watching Zimbabwe’s forthcoming polls
IF we all were to quantify and put a price to the contributions made towards the liberation of Zimbabwe it would open up a Pandora’s Box.
ALLOW me to give you a bit of my personal background. I was born in Zimbabwe almost 10 years after independence.