HomeTop News

Senegal poll: Lessons for Zim’s opposition

THE election on March 24 of 44-year-old Bassirou Diomaye Faye as the new Senegalese President might have typically excited the opposition in Zimbabwe. However, the ideological orientation of the West African country’s leader is a far cry from what the opposition here expected. Zimbabwe’s opposition have,...

Zimbabwe poised for further growth

THE recent pledge of support for Zimbabwe’s bid to join BRICS’ New Development Bank is indicative of the progressive world’s confidence in the country as a key global economic player.  Zimbabwe has been on an aggressive economic revival and development trajectory that has seen massive...

‘NERA should atone for its sins’

By Elizabeth Sitotombe  OPPOSITION youths affiliated to former Citizens' Coalition for Change (CCC) leader Nelson Chamisa are purportedly scheming to disrupt the approaching SADC Summit to be hosted by Zimbabwe in August 2024.  It is our understanding that a group of Harare-based youths aligned to Chamisa...

Britain haunted by its hostile policy on Zimbabwe

TWO critical lessons drawn from the recent debate on Zimbabwe in the British House of Lords, which called for a review of European sanctions on Harare, are that their failure to gain access to the country’s mineral resources due to that embargo as well...

FOZEU’s call for strike…an attempt at provoking anarchy

By Elizabeth Sitotombe IN an attempt to sow anarch across the country by calling for a nationwide strike among teachers, the Federation of Zimbabwe Educators’ Union (FOZEU) has taken on the role of the aggressor. FOZEU, while relatively unknown, comprises members who have long been a...

 Of USAID’s cloak and dagger shenanigans …as Chamisa guns for Timba 

By Elizabeth Sitotombe  THE US Agency for International Development (USAID)’s perennial attempts to tarnish the country’s image by meeting and funding hostile elements in a bid to destabilise the Government of Zimbabwe are not in tandem with the NGO’s mandate.  Four US nationals contracted by USAID...

Towards biodefence and strategy: Part 6 . . . the time to act is NOW 

By Mupakamiso Makaya and Tapiwa Bere  THE threat from the Siamese twins of biowarfare and bioterrorism is real.  There is, therefore, a need for a strong centralistic approach and a law that gives tasks related to biodefence to be handled at provincial, national, regional, continental and international...

Regime change putsch in South Africa 

THE provocative letter to the EU and US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, by South African opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, last week, calling for ‘international support’ in that country’s forthcoming elections must be understood in the context of two pervasive issues associated with...

US sanctions: Why Zim must fight back

  THE largely expected announcement by the US of the extension of its illegal sanctions on Zimbabwe on March 4 was replete with many contradictions and supposed concessions and was meant to further divide the country, SADC, the AU as well as all progressive forces...

BRICS and the Zimbabwe factor

AS the globe continues to gradually drift from the West’s centuries-long hegemony, subsequently converging around the BRICS, an economic bloc that is bringing to the world a new economic and political order, there are many ways in which Zimbabwe can benefit from the fast...

Zimbabweans do not be fooled! …regime change agenda remains on full throttle

By Evans Mushawevato and Elizabeth Sitotombe WHEN it was all over, one could not help but look at the calendar. It was indeed March 6 and not April 1! This was no April Fool’s Day prank; it was as real as they come, warts and all,...

Geingob and the land question

THE death of Namibian President Hage Geingob on February 4 was a devastating loss not only to the people of Namibia but the rest of Africa and the developing world’s aspirations for total economic emancipation. President Geingob represented both the founding principles of Africa’s quest...

Latest articles

Hard times for CSOs…as US cosies up to Zimbabwe

By Kundai Marunya NEWS that the US government has stopped funding the activities of local...

ARTUZ sowing seeds of discord

By Elizabeth Sitotombe “The greatest villains are the ones who believe they are doing the...

Saboteurs must be nipped in the bud

By Golden Guvamatanga RECENT remarks by President Emmerson Mnangagwa that rogue elements within and outside...

Re-engagement: Ball now in West’s court

By Golden Guvamatanga  THE accelerated forays into Zimbabwe’s sound foreign policy by the EU, Britain...