Opinion & Analysis

7 days ago | January 15, 2020

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Special courts should rid communities of ...

IT is said justice delayed is justice denied. We therefore want to applaud the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) for its ...

Letters to the Editor: Incentivise youth participation in ...

Leroy Dzenga, Correspondent  With the job market having constricted points of entry, young people have resorted to the ...

UNODC trainings to benefit women inmates

Moses Magadza, Correspondent   The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has rolled out a series of trainings ...

1 week ago | January 14, 2020

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Top Chinese envoy visit cements Zim-Sino ties

Chinese Foreign Affairs Minister Mr Wang Yi concluded his highly successful three-day tour of Zimbabwe yesterday, a ...

Letters to the Editor: Parents fail to contain back-to-school ...

Tanaka Mahanya Back-to-school season is a hectic time for parents, the January edition is heavier as it comes right ...

Infrastructure investments boost Zim-China relations

Tafara Mugwara and Zhang Yuliang Zimbabwe-China cooperation in infrastructure has an historical background and is key to ...

1 week ago | January 13, 2020

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Civil servants must come up with realistic ...

Civil servants on Friday rejected a Government offer to increase their cost of living adjustment by 97 percent insisting ...

Letters to the Editor: We need a financial services policy

Tapiwa Maswera, Correspondent The contractual savings industry works only within a viable financial ecosystem.  It is ...

Reflections on the assassination of Iranian General Suleiman by the US

Sheikh Abdullah Makwinja, Correspondent  The United States of America has a long history of seeking to assassinate ...

2 weeks ago | January 11, 2020

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Investigate source of weapons used by machete gangs

Machete gangs are causing havoc in both rural and urban areas where they are robbing people and, in some cases, killing ...

Step up your money game this year dear sister

Andile Tshuma Almost four decades after independence, women are still clamouring for ownership of resources, most of ...

High costs pushing many away from medical aid schemes

Andile Tshuma Health cover is becoming prohibitive given salaries of most workers yet the enjoyment of the highest ...

When security systems are go

Stephen Mpofu High tuition fees being demanded by many schools are threatening to bring Zimbabwe unceremoniously ...

2 weeks ago | January 10, 2020

One woman reports a rape every 15 minutes in India

One woman reported a rape every 15 minutes on average in India in 2018, according to government data released on ...