Flowing towards harmony: Using transboundary water cooperation for peace in Southern Africa

Rivers play a pivotal role in the region's socioeconomic development, as evidenced by its reliance on these waterways.
By Loreen Katiyo and Leticia Ngorima Mar. 22, 2024

Liberation movements plot against opposition parties

The liberation movements have been known to sides with each other even in disputed elections.
By Miriam Mangwaya Mar. 18, 2024

Masisi insists Zim-Bots passport requirements should go

Masisi said the move would reduce the increase in illegal movements between the two countries and will assist Zimbabweans who cannot afford passports.
By Rex Mphisa Feb. 24, 2024

Stigma stalling HIV fight

Zimbabwe has achieved the 95, 95, 95 at crude population level, but on sub-population groups, there are still challenges in achieving this, especially for young people.
By Vanessa Gonye Feb. 23, 2024

What a fat chance

Some of us will not be surprised if Zimbabwe is among the first countries to object to a Sadc anti-graft court, given its already highly compromised fight against corruption.
By Newsday Feb. 16, 2024

The year in retrospect and 2024 economic outlook

The depreciation of the local currency was a major driver of the chronic high inflationary trends.
By Prosper Chitambara Dec. 21, 2023

Transformation from poverty to prosperity a pipe dream

It was inconceivable that government heeded instructions from a misguided lone ranger to upset the opposition electoral apple cart.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Dec. 20, 2023

Candid Comment: World Bank delivers bittersweet news

According to the World Bank, the Zimbabwe economy had its highest growth rates ever during that period of 12% in 2009, 2010 (22%)
By Tatira Zwinoira Dec. 15, 2023

Sadc must stop flawed future Zim polls: CSOs

The CSOs said the recommendations were necessary in ensuring that future elections in Zimbabwe were truly free, fair and credible.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Dec. 11, 2023