By Marshall Bwanya
In every era of Zimbabwe’s history, the national dialogue has always produced solutions to political, economic and social crises.
The authentic national dialogue has constantly resulted in unity, peace and economic progress amongst Zimbabwean communities.
April 18, 1980, was a turning point, a new dispensation
On the 23rd of May 2019, Zimbabwe lost one of its sons of contemporary revolutionary struggle against social, political as well as economic injustice since the early 60’s.
By Mlondolizi Ndlovu
Coming from a ZAPU inclined family in which my father was a member of the ZPRA
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has sent a condolence message to the Dabengwa family following the death of liberation war icon and former Zapu leader, Dumiso Dabengwwa, who died in Kenya following medical treatment in India.
In a tweet, Mnangagwa said he had "huge respect" for the former
ZAPU supremo and liberation war hero, Dumiso Dabengwa has died, he was 79.
Dabengwa, who had been in and out the hospital, died on his way from India where he was seeking medical attention, a family member confirmed.
Reports claim he was suffering from liver disease.
Self exiled former cabinet minister Professor Jonathan Moyo has distanced self from the much hated legislation Public Order and Security Act (POSA) instead has implicated ZIPRA Supremo and ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa and the late Vice President John Nkomo as the figures behind the procurement
With speculations from the ongoing negotiations at the state house going round that President Robert Mugabe is refusing to step down, the generality of Zimbabweans have not lost hope of the fact that their 93 year old leader's days in office are over.
Since Tuesday morning
Movement for Democratic Change leader, Morgan Tsvangirai on Thursday suspended two Standing Committee members Charlton Hwende and Thabitha Khumalo in connection with the bloody violence that took place in Bulawayo over the weekend.
According to Tsvangirai, the two who are the party's Deputy Treasurer-General and Deputy