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Was Morgan Tsvangirai really entitled to be in new government?

by Immigration Maziwisa December 11 2017 – THE last few weeks have been very interesting in Zimbabwean politics. Interesting because so much happened in the blink of an eye. For the first time in 37 years, Zimbabweans from all upbringings merged in their common cause to march against former president Robert Mugabe’s protracted reign. On the 18th November 2017, thousands ... Read More »

The work starts now

by Arthur Mutambara November 23 2017 – WE NEED an inclusive, magnanimous, and national interest driven, definition of the content and direction of this Zimbabwe Moment. For the students and workers, the struggle against the Mugabe regime is 30 years old, and for the Opposition Parties it is 18 years. The removal of Mugabe has a long history. Let us ... Read More »

Home Affairs must process migrants and deport Jozi illegals

by Herman Mashaba, City of Johannesburg Mayor November 14 2017 – FOR the past 14 months, I have banged at the door of the department of home affairs, calling to the deaf ears of three different ministers, in the hope of implementing a sensitive immigration management plan for addressing the challenges faced by both the City and the undocumented immigrants ... Read More »

Don’t hate Grace! Giving the Dying Goblin a ‘Kiss of Life’

By Blessing Vava Kissing the Goblin November 10 2017 The battle for the soul of ZANU PF and succession of President Mugabe had been a tumultuous game that has in the past four decades claimed the scalps of veteran nationalists. From 1976, after the toppling of Ndabaningi Sithole, the leader of ZANU, Mugabe has out manoeuvred any potential or aspiring ... Read More »

Time for Zifa to raise Zim’s former players profile

by Lovemore Dube November 10 2017 – TWO football legends have passed on recently – Friday Phiri and Andrew Scrupata Jele. Both are real football legends whose names had been erased from many’s memories because of a prevailing set up in Zimbabwe where both club and country forgets you as soon as your last playing or coaching job. Many former ... Read More »

Zuma is an easy target – because the truth hurts

By Maynard Manyowa October 19 2017 – PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma makes the news every other day. And not because he is the head of state, no. He hogs the limelight for all the wrong reasons. Frankly speaking, he does not hog it at all, the limelight is hogged by others and turned on him. Bar President Donald Trump, it is ... Read More »

SA must also legalise non ZSP holders

by Butholezwe Nyathi September 14 2017 – MIGRANT Workers’ Association-SA (MWA-SA) is grateful but is not fully satisfied with the decision by the South African government to limit the extension of permits to the holders of Zimbabwe Special Permits (ZSPs) only. Throughout our engagements and interaction with the process since 2010, we have believed that the process of granting permits sought ... Read More »

Kwese outer turns Zims into a nation of social media addicts?

By Brian Sigauke September  02 2017 – THE Zimbabwean home entertainment scene has been dealt a severe blow by the  denial of a operating for  Kwese TV by the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ). Currently  Zimbabweans  have two options,  ZTV, which is free and government owned  and DSTV which is paid per view and privately owned. But the problem is ... Read More »

Are Zim opposition parties genuine?

August 10 2017 –  ONE  cannot help but notice the mushrooming of a number of political parties and movements including independent candidates. With this in mind you ask yourself are these so called opposition movements the real deal or a waste of time. Some have been coined ‘Zanu PF projects’ whose sole aim is to split the votes and destabilise ... Read More »

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