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SA focuses on Nkandla as Mzansi burns

Zuma promises jobs and economic growth for 2017

PRESIDENT  Jacob Zuma should certainly be challenged on the Nkandla “security upgrading” but we should not let that issue occlude the economic chaos and degeneration we have seen under his leadership. Under normal circumstances, Zuma and his cabinet team would have long been recalled and replaced by able and competent leaders. The sorry state of our economy is not receiving ... Read More »

Zim media’s ongoing dilemma after Moyo’s ‘Carrot and Stick’ tenure.

By Takura Zhangazha Zimbabwe’s media, though not publicly stating it, is smarting from the recent cabinet reshuffle. Not least because the previous minister responsible for information, Professor Jonathan Moyo, was a rather larger than life character, but also because he had taken great control of the media reform agenda or a lack of it. From his now muted Information and ... Read More »

A Letter to my beloved relatives beyond the borders

Dear Uncle, Mothers, Aunts, Sisters, Brothers, Sisters-in-law, Brothers-in-law and friends I hope this letter finds you well. I miss you so much and I would be happy to see you back home. I know you will be coming soon, maybe this month or the next or maybe later this year, or the years to come. I just thought I should ... Read More »

Zimbabwe: Skating on thin ice

by EDDIE CROSS THE political transition initiated last year by the attacks on the Mujuru faction in Zanu PF leading to her dismissal from the post of vice president and the appointment of Emmerson Mnangagwa , is still underway but is very fragile. This fragility has several sources but in the main concerns the need for Mnangagwa to maintain momentum ... Read More »

Why we laughed when Mugabe fell

By Lance Guma We all have elderly people in our lives that we love and care for dearly. None of us would make fun of them if they stumble, trip or fall over. So how come the 91-year-old president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, became an exception? When  Mugabe missed a step and tumbled off the podium at the Harare International ... Read More »

Making a truce with the devil: A strategy for Zim’s opposition

by William Muchayi THE  tumultuous events prior and post-Zanu PF congress have completely changed the political landscape of Zimbabwe which will  never   be the same again. Indeed , so dramatic and fluid is the soap opera that many , even seasoned politicians from both the ruling party and the opposition were caught unaware , failing to figure out , grasp ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes
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