Opposition Alliance for People's Agenda, (APA) leader Nkosana Moyo has blasted government and all leadership in the country for splashing money on unnecessary things while the country is suffering from poverty
Former Prime Minister, Professor Arthur Mutambara has described Zanu PF’s vision for a middle income country status for Zimbabwe by 2030 as bland and banal statement which requires qualification, quantification and supporting details for it to be meaningful.
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Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) leader and MDC Alliance Presidential candidate, Advocate Nelson Chamisa has raised eyebrows once again over his recent jibe about handing over his 18 year old sister to President Emmerson Mnangagwa should he score five percent of votes in the forthcoming
Former Finance Minister, Tendai Biti has come out all guns blazing against government's decision to legalize the farming of marijuana saying Zimbabwe should start focusing on advancing technologies to capacitate industries rather than wasting energy on petty policies.
Biti was speaking during a 263Chat's National Question
Zanu PF Provincial chairperson for Mashonaland Central, Kazembe Kazembe has come under fire from party members who are accusing him of manipulating the electorate and the voters' roll to work in his favour in the party's primary elections set for this weekend.
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This comes as the country is now gearing up for the highly anticipated 2018 elections which, for the first time, will not be involving former President Robert Mugabe, whom many believe was the chief architect of political violence as he would willingly, unleash violence on his
Chairperson of the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Women and Youth Affairs and Matabeleland South Member of Parliament, Priscilla Misihairabwi Mushonga has chided political parties represented in parliament for refusing to sign a charter committing to gender equality saying their level of anti women is frightening.
If ever there is one thing that will forever be engraved in this country's history, it is that Rhodesia took great care of its whites, whereas, Zimbabwe treated its people as rubbish - only to be used to attain power and wealth, but then quickly