Opinion & Analysis

17 hours ago | October 22, 2019

EDITORIAL COMMENT: President’s rejection of election Sabbath correct

After their meeting in Harare 15 days ago, the Zimbabwe Heads of Christian Denominations (ZHOCD) released a paper, Call ...

Letters to the Editor: Zim plants first mbanje crop

 Sifelani Tsiko  Zimbabwe has planted its first legal hemp crop after it took steps in 2018 to decriminalise cannabis by ...

Quality of antenatal care needed to reduce maternal mortality

Yoliswa Dube-Moyo It started off with a little bit of nausea, sudden intolerance of dairy products and no relief from ...

2 days ago | October 21, 2019

EDITORIAL COMMENT: West can assist Zimbabwe by totally lifting ...

WHEN the United States Congress passed The Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act in 2001, it imposed economic ...

Letters to the Editor: Sanctions condemn health sector to sick bay

Beaven Dhliwayo Illegal sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the West are no longer targeting a few individuals and ...

Southern Africa at increased risk of climate change

Features Correspondent  A new report on The Global Climate has identified significant changes in climate in the last ...

4 days ago | October 19, 2019

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Government, businesses meeting should resolve ...

PRESIDENT Mnangagwa, whose administration has opened up the economy to dictates of a free market, has lamented ...

Crown whistle-blowers

Stephen Mpofu, Perspective WHICH African country or countries stand a better chance than most others of transcending ...

World Food Day — encouraging healthy diets for a #ZeroHunger World

Andile Tshuma More than two million people are in need of food aid in Zimbabwe this year.   With the soaring prices of ...

Are women poorer? Tackling the issue of feminisation of poverty

Andile Tshuma It is sometimes difficult to define poverty, to measure it and to tackle it as a discourse.  But it is not ...

5 days ago | October 18, 2019

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Government must urgently retender the NRZ ...

The nation’s hopes were raised in August 2017 when the Diaspora Infrastructure Development Group (DIDG)/Transnet ...

Letters to the Editor: Shortage of electricity and water makes ...

Walter Mswazie in Masvingo Mrs Thokozile Mpala (44) is a housewife who lives in Mucheke suburb in Masvingo. Daily she is ...

6 days ago | October 17, 2019

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Government, striking doctors should find ...

WE find the ongoing strike by junior doctors damaging not only to long suffering patients but the entire country as a ...

Letters to the Editor: Curb corruption in the police force now

Beaven Dhliwayo, Correspondent The recent case involving 11 police constables from different police stations who were ...