When we heard the news that fifteen thousand crocodiles had escaped from a crocodile farm into the swirling waters of the flooded Limpopo River, it seemed hardly surprising after a fortnight of the strangest events occurring in Zimbabwe.
MUTARE - The Mutare woman, Ms Sheila Mutsenhu, who caused a stir when she stripped before United States ambassador to Zimbabwe, Mr David Bruce Wharton, has vowed to continue with her antics until the anti-sanction message is delivered home.
HARARE - A dogfight has ensued in ZANU-PF over the influential position of national chairperson as insiders predicted that incumbent, Simon Khaya-Moyo, was already on an unstoppable trajectory to become the party’s vice president.
2013 has begun with stark contradictions which highlight the need for a synchronization of national processes and a creation of bridges between what politicians say in their lofty offices and what their operatives do on the ground.
In this instalment, I return to a subject which is exceedingly dear to my heart and this is youth development and empowerment. Over the past decade, I have been privileged to work with various youth groups in various set-ups.
HARARE - Deputy Premier Arthur Mutambara ejected German ambassador to Zimbabwe Hans Gunter Gnodkte from his office last week, after he protested the seizure of Save Valley Conservancies protected under bilateral agreements.
Last year Nehanda Radio exclusively broke the news that radio legend Ezra ‘Tshisa’ Sibanda was throwing his hat into the political ring and seeking office as an MP under the MDC led by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai.
HARARE - Businessman Mutumwa Mawere appears to have joined South Africa’s ruling African National Congress with indications he contested for a position in the lower ranks of the party last year. Mawere has been living in South Africa for…
HARARE - Four constituencies in Mashonaland West Province are demanding that former student leader Charlton Hwende represent them as their MDC-T parliamentary candidate in this year’s general election.
As I walked down Robert Mugabe Road in Harare, what struck me was not the cars or lack of congestion on the road (of cause the City Council have done a good job making it a one way street) it was the amount of youths strolling the street.