Zimbabwe

South Africa & Zimbabwe liberation parties: reinvent or die

Early December, the oldest political party in Africa, the ANC will be holding its 55th elective congress in Johannesburg,...

Stir The Pot: Zimbabwe govt lacks spine

THE Zanu PF government is at long last trying to get back to the basics on its initial promises...

Blame poor planning by SADC for Southern Africa power problems

Many cities and towns in Southern Africa are resembling ghost towns at night as relentless and rolling power cuts...

Zimbabwe’s love-hate relationship with the Queen and Commonwealth

Queen Elizabeth II reign, stretching over seven decades, ended in Scotland at Balmoral Castle surrounded by her family, but...

Zimbabwe regime using pre-trial detention to cow opposition activists

Political temperatures in Zimbabwe are heating up as the country’s 2023 general elections draw closer. Serious electioneering is ongoing...

Diplomacy: Zimbabwe – South Africa relations in the wake of an immigration crisis

Zimbabwe is going through economic and political turmoil. Inflation has been on the rise and poverty is increasing among...

Post-Covid Recovery: Zimbabwe’s tough choices

By Paidamoyo Muzulu AFTER all the political dust of the March 26 by-elections has settled, Zimbabwe will have to...

Zimbabwe’s Cliffhanger Elections

By Paidamoyo Muzulu THE much-awaited Zimbabwe, March 26, by-elections came and went, leaving the country in no state to...

Anyone Can Rule Zimbabwe

By Margret Chinowaita I have participated in the Zimbabwean elections as a voter from the year 2000. I was...

Zimbabwe’s Saturday By-elections to Test General Election Preparedness

By Paidamoyo Muzulu THIS Saturday, March 26, 2022, Zimbabweans go to a mini-general election. This would be the first...

Zimbabwe’s March by-elections, a dry run for 2023 polls

By Paidamoyo Muzulu About a month from now on March 26, Zimbabweans go back to the polls for the...

Zimbabwe’s disputed elections…reform or perish!

Zimbabwe is due for its harmonised elections in 2023 to choose the country’s leaders to run its affairs for...

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