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Zimbabwe’s Dreams Up In Air – Wafawarova

By Reason Wafawarova Since independence our struggle, as is that of all other formerly colonised peoples, is a struggle for emancipation. By necessity all post-colonial...

Lesotho: One year on, Mosisili Still Missing The Mark On Human...

Lesotho has been rocked by violence
By Amnesty International The authorities in Lesotho must uphold human rights and the rule of law and end continuing harassment and intimidation of lawyers and...

These Selfish Politicians, They Don’t Care Wether We Live Or Die

Politicians don't care
By Wilbert Mukori Pluralism, political tolerance of opposing opinion, respect of other people’s right to a meaningful vote, etc.; these are not in our Zimbabwean...

Mugabe, Civil Society, And Zimbabwe’s Pseudo Democracy

By Richard Runyararo Mahomva The world we live in is an auditorium for contesting ideas. These do not only inform the political order of the...

You Can’t Fetch Water With Bottomless Tin: $15 Billion Lesson For...

By Isaac Jonas My first trip abroad was Canada. Fate had it that I had to go to Vancouver, Canada, my new base, at least...

Mugabe Is Africa’s Jesus Christ – Mahomva

By Richard Mahomva His Imperial Majesty, Emperor Haile Selassie the First of Ethiopia once said “Africa awaits its creators…” The statement speaks to contemporary pan-Africanism...

2015: Crazy Year When Mugabe Fell And Everything Else Followed Suit

By Luke Tamborinyoka But above all, it has been the year of the fall; from President Robert Mugabe publicly falling at Harare International Airport in...

The End Of The Road For Robert Mugabe

By Eddie Cross On Monday a rumor swept the country, “they” are going to pay the annual bonus to the Civil Service using “Bond Notes”...

Chinese? Connect The Dots Before Popping The Champagne

By Ken Yamamoto As Karl Krauss observed, corruption is worse than prostitution. The latter might endanger the morals of an individual, the former invariably endangers...

Why Zimbabweans Are So Easy To Rule?

By Beniah Takunda Munengwa With the situation prevalent in Zimbabwe, I just think that every president in the world would want to rule people like...

An Analysis: Looking Beyond Robert Mugabe

IT’S not been a good year for Robert Mugabe. When cameras caught him stumbling down the steps of a podium in February, photographers were...

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Sexual and Sexist harassment a cancerous norm in Zimbabwe

Guest Column: Lynette Chipenda Coming from work, I was heading down to catch a taxi home. As I was crossing the street, a white truck...
• Dr Patson Dzamara is a pro-democracy activist, and a campaigner against enforced disappearances. His brother Itai, of similar inclinations was abducted by suspected state agents. Article appears on Khuluma Afrika.

Patson Dzamara speaks on disputed doctorate degree

Zimbabwean activist and citizen resistance movement leader Patson Dzamara has for the first time spoken about his doctorate and the controversy surrounding it. Dzamara's educational...

Of pestiferous politicians and Zim’s diseased polity

  A few weeks ago, I spent one weekend at a friend’s place in Sydney. It was an enriching and gravid experience for an indoors...

Walter Mzembi tries to force Mash West resolution at Masvingo PEC

There was drama in Masvingo last night after a clique of G40 aligned Provincial Executive Committee members led by the newly appointed foreign Affairs...

Moyo fingers fellow G40 members in 2004 Tsholotsho bid to remove Mugabe

Key members of a faction within Zimbabwe's ruling party Zanu PF were central, instrumental, and at the forefront of a failed attempt to reform...