The Zimbabwe Sentinel-Media Centre

Telling the other story – MEDIA CENTRE

News

MDCs’ Fights over Victims of Political Violence Tragic, Symptomatic of Insensitive Leadership.

I read with great sadness, a story that appeared in a local daily, The Newsday, about the two MDC factions having a public spat about victims of political violence.  The Biti faction, through its spokesperson callously accused the Tsvangirai faction…

Youths as Victims of Election Promises and Lies?

In the run up to the 31 July 2013 elections, the main political parties in Zimbabwe, namely  Zanu PF and the two MDCs  were in great competition for the youth vote.  This came to be seen by many analysts as…

Opinion: A Weakened Opposition Damages Zimbabwean Democracy

The once vibrant opposition movement in the country, which came close to overthrowing Zanu PF in the much contested 2008 elections, has beyond doubt weakened and this has left scores of people questioning its ability to challenge the more than…

Informal Sector Preying on the Technologically Ignorant.

Technology is beginning to affect everything from communication to entertainment to our own convenience. We are increasingly inter-connected with our iPhones, laptops, Facebook and Twitter. Zimbabweans, particularly those in urban areas,   can’t imagine living life without our cell phones and…

“Banning of Kombis Will Be Problematic.” Say Operators, Passengers

Transport is essential to the economic development of many countries around the globe hence the responsible authorities must ensure the smooth running of the sector so that it remain viable. The issue of congestion has been a major issue in…

Linkages, Differences Between Zimbabwe’s Rural and Urban Youth

No matter the age range, youth implies a group of young people in a society who have a lot of energy, new ideas, and new ways to see life and face problems. Zimbabwe has witnessed general differences between  rural and…

Its a Tough Life for University Students in Zimbabwe.

With the popular belief that education is the key to success and good life, one wonders whether going to a University in Zimbabwe is still ideal given the financial constraints students undergo. Many challenges are faced by students during and…