The democracy that many activists envisaged after a decade’s struggle is yet to be realized writes Mike Sambo in an editorial from the Socialist Worker newsletter.
This week it hasn’t t just been the beauty of nature which has lifted our spirits in Zimbabwe but also two pieces of news writes Zimbabwean author Cathy Buckle.
His writing style is loquacious and prolix which is typical of university students of his generation who thought that big words and verbosity are a sign of superior intellect.
A BIG apology to my readers for not being with them last week. The editor ordered that I defer to a reader who wanted to exercise her right of reply over an instalment I had made two weeks before.
I think that it is important to try to learn from the past if we are going to have any hope of countering violence in the future writes Zimbabwean farmer Ben Freeth.
It seems like Zanu-PF only entered this agreement to get itself a new lease of life. They are a bunch of deceitful illegitimate candidates and extremely cunning.
I have wondered how ordinary people of Zimbabwe and the world of politics in general would want to remember the life of Tsholotsho North MP Jonathan Moyo.
Sekai Holland responds to an article by Welshman Ncube in which she feels he distorts their efforts to push the democracy agenda and to divide her from Tsvangirai.
It s been a long time since the news broadcasts on SW Radio Africa have been deliberately jammed by loud, repetitive electronic noises but suddenly, alarmingly, its back.
President Robert Mugabe's health is in the spotlight - and it is hardline generals who are set to determine the face of Zimbabwe's future writes Blessing Mile Tendi.