Talking Point According to a paper by the Research Advocacy Unit ( RAU) 75% of people living in Zimbabwe are said to be below 35 years old. Youths are therefore seen as a huge political base waiting to be exploited by politicians.
By Takura Zhangazha* In some regular conversations with a colleague discussing the state of the national economy, we make mention of one of the striking ironies that one of our country’s most successful companies (at least visibly) is a funeral services one. And so is its marketing (yes, it has the audacity to sponsor football…
Mlondolozi Ndlovu Former cabinet Minister Nkosana Moyo has launched a new party Alliance for People’s Agenda (APA) in Harare dismissing calls for a coalition of opposition political parties to dislodge 93 year old Mugabe in next year’s general elections.
Staff reporter Kingsdale Housing Cooperative residents in Norton were left stranded after their houses were destroyed by Cuthbert Mupami representing and armed police who were acting on behalf Mparawe Properties
Staff reporter A demonstration called for by the smaller grouping of war veterans led by Mandi Chimene flopped after only a handful of people turned up to demonstrate against Minister of War Veterans Tshinga Dube after he said that there was nothing wrong discusing President Robert Mugabe’s succession.