Busting the myth of an ‘upper middle income’ Utopia

Ever since the November 2017 military coup, in which then iron-fisted late Zimbabwe leader Robert Gabriel Mugabe was toppled, his predecessor Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa has ridden...

Only Zimbabwe citizens themselves have the power to change their lives

Since 1990 - when I was in Lower Six - have been writing article after article...

Zimbabwe govt panicky reaction to Dr Magombeyi abduction raises more questions

When we were kids, we used to enjoy a certain joke, in which a bus was stopped...

Magombeyi’s abduction requires a firm ‘Jamal Khashoggi-style’ solidarity response

The recent abduction of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors' Association (ZHDA) acting president Dr. Peter Magombeyi should...

Zimbabweans should take back power from political parties

For nearly four decades, since Zimbabwe attained its independence from Great Britain in 1980, real prosperity,...

No blessings for government that steals from the elderly

As I write this article - looking through my window that faces the street - there...

Zimbabwe sanctions’ myth – countries with tougher sanctions performing better

When the Robert Gabriel Mugabe regime was toppled in a military coup in November 2017, most...

It is easier for a ‘hooligan’ to enter the kingdom of God, than an oppressive leader

This morning I woke up contemplating the meaning of the popular Shona saying, "Zvakaoma sekunamata", and...

You have failed Zimbabweans – ED, running a country is more than just mantras!

As I watch children going to school this morning, I can not help but be troubled...

Zimbabwe not going through ‘labour pains’, but ‘death throes’

The past few months have witnessed a painful downward spiral of Zimbabwe's economy - the worst...

Churches should not be political puppets, but be the light of the world

As some people meet in Bulawayo today, at the trade fair grounds - under the pretext of...

Are Zimbabweans the easiest people to oppress?

As the nation commemorates the 39th anniversary of the tragic passing of one of the bravest men...

Legal aid for unpaid workers expanded

The Zimbabwe Network for Social Justice (ZimJustice), which has been struggling of late to meet the demand...

18 November 2017 – the day of Zimbabwe’s delusional politics!

I have just been reading some testimonies from some of the people who partook in the 18...

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