Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: COVID-19 Information inconsistencies affect Pregnant Women

 Margaret Chinowaita On the 12th of July 2021, the Zimbabwean Ministry of Health and Child Welfare announced that pregnant...

Zimbabwe’s ‘false’ economic growth

By Paidamoyo Muzulu Zimbabwe Finance minister Mthuli Ncube recently painted a rosy picture of economic growth amidst ravaging global...

South Africa Unrest: Why Zimbabwe is catching a cold

By Margaret Chinowaita From the time a baby is born in Zimbabwe, most of the goods they will consume...

Africa at 58

State of the Continent: ‘Is this the Africa we Want?’

The continent celebrated 58 years since the formation of the Africa Union (formerly Organization of Africa Unity) towards the...

Zimbabwean Women ponder the possibility of a Second woman Vice President

By Margaret Chinowaita Zimbabwe’s Vice President Position fell vacant following the disgraceful fall of the incumbent Kembo Mohadi after...

Freedom deferred: Zimbabwe at 41 years of independence

The 18th of April 1980 officially marked the end of British colonial rule in what was Rhodesia and the...

Zero-pass rates: Zimbabwe ticking time bomb

Paidamoyo Muzulu The decades-long underfunding of Zimbabwe education system effects revealed themselves when the country recorded a massive 9%...

Zimbabwe’s looting machine: Cartels, Smugglers, Stealing Country’s Wealth

In early February 2021, South Africa’s  Maverick Citizen published an explosive report,  Cartel Power Dynamics, which dug deeper into...

COVID-19: Africa’s wins and big losses

One year after the first recorded cases of COVID-19 were reported in Wuhan, China in December 2019, the world...

ZIMBABWE: Using Covid-19 to set stage for 2023 election rigging

By Paidamoyo Muzulu ZIMBABWE holds general elections in 2023 – two years away – but subtle manoeuvres to rig...

Three years after the fall of Robert Mugabe

Zimbabwe’s leader, Emmerson Mnangagwa was sworn in as president on the 24th November 2017 to replace president Robert Mugabe...

Covid-19: SADC veiling tyranny with lockdown regulations

The month of December will mark exactly a year since the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus in Wuhan, Hubei,...

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