Christine Lethokuhle Mabhena

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s call for national dialogue among the nation’s key stakeholders brings hope to many a Zimbabweans as it is one of the ways that the country can move forward in tackling the key economic challenges.

Mapozho Saruchera

There has been an avalanche of criticism on Government’s decision to shut down the internet during the recent MDC orchestrated violent demonstrations. Western sponsored pseudo civic groups approached the High Court challenging the legality of Government’s move – and they won, hats off to our independent courts.

By Miriam Chirambasukwa

Since the country was ushered into a new political dispensation after the November 2017 military intervention, a lot of critical pieces of legislation have been aligned to the country’s Constitution which allows people to stage demonstrations, albeit in a peaceful manner.

By Gerald Mamombe

The violent demonstrations that rocked Zimbabwe from the 14th to the 16th of January 2019 and their aftermath underline the importance of the security establishment in the nation’s development. This is in view of the damage to property, loss of lives and business during the riots.

Rudo Saungweme

As stated by Minister of Finance and Economic Development Professor Mthuli Ncube soon the austerity for prosperity mantra is going to bear fruit and every Zimbabwean will see where the economy is heading to. We are in the right direction. The intervention by Government on making life easier for everyone in terms of transport costs has shown that our Government is doing the best it can to make life tolerable for every citizen.

by Claver Nyuki

The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) organised National Shutdown from 14 January to 17 January 2019, disguised as demonstration against the rise in fuel and growing hardships, only managed to expose the various players on the political scene who are advancing their own selfish agendas of regime change in Zimbabwe.

by Gift Mashoko

The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Union (ZCTU) has diverted from its mandate of promoting and safeguarding the economic, social and constitutional freedoms of workers by securing legal, political, democratic and good governance framework in Zimbabwe through strengthening its capacity and independence and those of its affiliates, according to their mission statement. In short, it seems the labour union is now being used by the opposition political parties to fulfil their regime change agenda.