Media Watch

'18May
17

The British could be wrong on Zimbabwe once again

In early 2017, a colleague, Everson Mushava, stumbled upon a story about British involvement in Zanu PF factionalism and that the United Kingdom had a dog in the fight. At the centre of it all was the British...
'18May
17

ED court papers vanish

A BID by three human rights and opposition activists to challenge President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s right to hold office has reportedly hit a brickwall after their Constitutional Court application was clandestinely...
'18May
16

Congo-Kinshasa:Six Reasons Why Kabila Will Not Relinquish Power On 23 December 2018

Photo: IRIN President Joseph Kabila analysisNational elections are scheduled for 23 December 2018 in the Democratic Republic of...
'18May
16

Zimbabwe:UK Envoy Hits Back As Moyo Claims Scarf Shows Bias Towards Mnangagwa

Photo: @ProfJNMoyo/Twitter Jonathan Moyo's tweet about Catriona Laing. British ambassador to Harare, Catriona Liang has hit back at...
'18May
16

US urges Zimbabwe to take action on electoral reforms ahead of 2018 Polls

HARARE — The United States says President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government needs to take action on its promises to conduct free, fair and credible general elections this year.This comes at a time when some Americans...
'18May
15

We will give equal opportunities to all: FreeZim

FREEZIM Congress presidential candidate Joseph Makamba Busha has said failure by Zanu PF to deliver a better Zimbabwe is what pushed him into politics. He lamented lack of electoral reforms and promised to give...
'18May
15

Chamisa and Biti: Hubris personified

HUBRIS is defined as excessive pride or over-confidence. It is epitomised by arrogance. It often indicates a disconnection with reality and overestimating one’s own competence. It is a disease that afflicts those...
'18May
14

Mujuru faces grim poll prospects

Fungi Kwaramba  •  14 May 2018 2:58PM  •  2 comments HARARE - As Zimbabwe hurtles towards the crunch July/August harmonised elections, former vice president Joice Mujuru, who now leads the National People Party (...
'18May
14

Britain called out for 'open support to ED'

Gift Phiri  •  14 May 2018 2:16PM  •  0 comments HARARE - Britain’s alleged staunch support for Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has pushed it into an increasingly acrimonious corner, with opposition and...
'18May
14

US, Canada among our main targets: SB Moyo

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration, which took over from former president Robert Mugabe in November last year, has embarked on a diplomatic charm offensive to re-engage the international community and...

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