IF the unusual reception given to Manicaland’s new Provincial Affairs Minister Cde Monica Mutsvangwa is anything to go by, she has every reason to believe that the province’s constituents have warmly accepted to work with her.
Following this week’s swearing in of Senator Monica Mutsvangwa as the new Minister of State for Manicaland Provincial Affairs by President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa at State House, our News Editor, Cletus Mushanawani managed to have a one-on-one interview with the new minister at a local hotel on Wednesday. Tying Cde Mutsvangwa for an interview proved […]
Chido Chikuni Post Correspondent In its efforts to revitalise the economy, Government should consider prioritising Foreign Direct Investment as the basis of restoring the ailing economy in the best possible shortest period of time.
The full weight of Zimbabwe’s hopes for better times rests squarely on President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa’s shoulders.
Freedom Mutanda Post Correspondent What people have learnt from history is that it repeats itself time and again; politicians don’t learn from history.
The resignation of President Robert Mugabe as Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Defence Forces on Tuesday this week brings the curtain down on a 37-year reign, which had its successes and failures.
ON Wednesday 14 November 2017, Zimbabwe joined the rest of the world to commemorate the World Diabetes Day. The campaign is one platform to create understanding about how the disease affects people as well as putting to the fore importance of taking remedial actions to combat the disease. In Zimbabwe an estimated 1,5 million people […]
EARLY this week the nation woke up to exciting news about the arrival of four football players based in Britain, giving hope to millions of Zimbabweans for a better future for their beloved flagship football team. There could not have been a better way of welcoming the talented four players other than the drum beating […]
Freedom Mutanda and Sifelani Tonje Post Correspondents Mutoko was one of the areas where guerrillas penetrated as the long-drawn-out liberation war went to its home stretch; among the villagers were dip tank assistants. This is the story of a mujibha who saw it all as he remained patriotic right up to the ringing of the […]