Tag: Zimbabwe

Opinion: Does Mugabe know the state of the nation?

This week, several important people drove all the way to Harare from the furthest corners of the country – Kariba, Chiredzi, Mutare, Beitbridge. They all converged in their Ford Rangers, Mercedes Benz E Classes and Range Rovers at Nelson Mandela and Third Street, Parliament Building. In these days of fuel […]

Corruption has become stem of Zimbabwe

Corruption has become stem of Zimbabwe

President Robert Mugabe was yesterday criticised for failing to address the issue of massive corruption in his government, when he officially opened Parliament last week. Contributing to debate on a motion in reply to the Presidential Speech, which was introduced in National Assembly by Goromonzi West MP Biata Nyamupinga (Zanu PF), […]

Mugabe UN exit call suicidal

Mugabe UN exit call suicidal

Opposition parties and political analysts yesterday described President Robert Mugabe’s threat to withdraw Zimbabwe’s membership of the United Nations (UN) as “suicidal.” They added Zimbabwe’s comatose economy could not sustain itself without aid from international bodies. Yesterday, the parties told NewsDay in separate interviews that the pull-out would trigger unmitigated suffering, […]