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Evans Mathanda

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Village Rhapsody: Reforms a must before 2023 elections

A contentious general election campaign began in the second quarter of 2000 when the draft was rejected.
By Evans Mathanda Sep. 4, 2022

Village Rhapsody: Rising suicide cases among men worrying

Zimbabwe must do more to address the high rate of suicides.
By Evans Mathanda Sep. 10, 2022

Pray for Zim: Makandiwa

Zanu PF national commissar Mike Bimha who attended the church service was also given an opportunity to speak.
By Evans Mathanda Sep. 14, 2022

Village Rhapsody: Electoral court challenges sign of mistrust in the process

A political system that allows the opposition to contest fairly, win elections and take over power peacefully is essential for any democracy.
By Evans Mathanda Sep. 18, 2022

Go to hell, Zanu PF tells US, NGOs

Zanu PF spokesperson Christopher Mutsvangwa accused Washington of sneaking secret agents to destabilise Zimbabwe ahead of the 2023 elections.
By Blessed Mhlanga and Evans Mathanda and Nqobizwe Thebe Sep. 21, 2022

Village Rhapsody: Zanu PF must revisit its ruinous stance on NGOs

Mutsvangwa, who is also Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association chairperson, last week said: “to hell with those NGOs, they have nothing to offer”.
By Evans Mathanda Sep. 25, 2022

Village Rhapsody: Opposition must rethink its strategy to win 2023 polls

Mnangagwa can go but Zanu PF as an institution will remain to continue with its policies that are blamed for the ordinary people’s suffering.
By Evans Mathanda 1h ago