Opinion

How Zimbabwe missed its chance for change

September 1, 2018 Staff Reporter 0

THE INAUGURATION on Sunday of Zimbabwe’s new president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, marked the end of a chaotic and disputed electoral period, but it failed to yield the “new Zimbabwe” he had promised. Mr. Mnangagwa has lost an important opportunity […]

Opinion

What next for Zimbabwe’s opposition?

August 26, 2018 Staff Reporter 0

Zimbabwe’s highly anticipated first post-Mugabe and post-Tsvangirai election just ended. The election was very close and tightly fought between the ruling party and the opposition. The pre-election environment was largely peaceful, however, at least six died after […]

Opinion

ConCourt: D-day for Zimbabwe

August 21, 2018 Staff Reporter 0

Zimbabweans across the country are anxiously waiting for the Constitutional court hearing tomorrow as they ardently follow the fate of their vote. By Luke Tamborinyoka Even Zimbabweans in the Diaspora and the entire global community […]

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