Govt coffers bleed as oversight too ‘cumbersome’ for Treasury

Money supply growth without corresponding economic output causes a currency to lose its value since it will not be backed by tangible fundamentals.
By Tatira Zwinoira Feb. 19, 2024

Zimbos vote for personalities: Zesn

In its by-election report, Zesn said the elections exposed Zimbabweans’ preference for individualised politics.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Feb. 12, 2024

Zanu PF two-thirds majority curse

The country is in a precarious position. A two-thirds majority is a good platform to pass difficult and unpopular decisions.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Feb. 10, 2024

A pyrrhic victory

An analysis of the turnout showed that it was low compared to that of August 23, 2023, with average turnout at 22,1%.
By Newsday Feb. 6, 2024

Zanu PF sets primary elections date

Zanu PF failed to achieve a two-thirds majority in the August elections, winning 136 of the 209 National Assembly seats contested against 73 for the CCC.
By Problem Masau Oct. 26, 2023

EditorialComment: Recall law makes a mockery of democracy

The opposition party’s argument that the so-called interim secretary general was an imposter fell on deaf ears as Mudenda moved with speed to remove the legislators.
By The Standard Oct. 22, 2023

Zanu PF member recalls 70 party MPs

When NewsDay reached out to Mudenda for a comment, he curtly said: "I am not commenting on that.”
By Donald Nyandoro Oct. 17, 2023

Govt warns Chamisa

The remarks were made by Foreign Affairs acting minister Amon Murwira when he addressed the African Union ambassadors affiliated to Zimbabwe in Harare yesterday.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Oct. 17, 2023

Shades of 2008

Whatever the chaos that will ensue, the National Assembly and local authorities should take the flak for entertaining Tshabangu, widely seen as a tortoise on a lamppost.
By Newsday Oct. 13, 2023