Zimbabwe: Which Way Now for As Constitutional Court Receives Petition Against Poll Results?
Many in Zimbabwe are questioning whether the country can break with its horrid past or embrace a new future after a watershed election that saw Emmerson Mnangagwa win the… Read more »
Zimbabwe: After Elections, Hard Work Starts for Civil Society
For many Zimbabwean voters, casting their ballots on July 30 is sure to be a somewhat surreal experience. For the first time since the country's independence, the ever-present face… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Low Awareness Restrains Growth of Solar Technologies
Every year, Amos Chandiringa, 43, a farmer in Nemaire village in Makoni district in northeastern Zimbabwe, laboriously waters his tobacco nursery with a watering can. The toil of… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Women Miners Stake a Claim in Zimbabwe
Tapiwa Moyo, 40, religiously leaves her home each day when the first cock crows and joins a throng of women who have taken up artisanal mining in her community. Read more »
November 21, 2017
Zimbabwe: Goodbye Mugabe, Hello New Zimbabwe?
Robert Mugabe - the world's oldest head of state - is dead, politically at least. Read more »
October 27, 2017
Zimbabwe: Who Is Really Responsible for Collapse of Zimbabwe's Health Services?
On October 22, 2017, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that it had removed Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe as a goodwill ambassador following outrage and concerns… Read more »
October 19, 2017
Zimbabwe: Diaspora Could Help Revive Ailing Economy
At the dawn of the millennium, Sheila Mponda, 60, waved goodbye to her four children, who were leaving Zimbabwe for the United Kingdom in search of greener pastures. Mponda had… Read more »
August 31, 2017
Zimbabwe: Once Decimated By Aids, Khoisan Tribe Embraces Treatment
Sixty-seven-year-old Hloniphani Sidingo gives a broad smile while popping out through the gate of a clinic in her village, as she heads home clutching containers of anti-retroviral… Read more »
March 22, 2017
Zimbabwe: Investing in Zimbabwe's Smallholder Farmers
To take his mangoes to Shurugwi, 230 kms south of Harare, requires Edward Madzokere to hire a cart and wake up at dawn. The fruit farmer sells his produce at the nearest "growth… Read more »
November 09, 2016
Zimbabwe: Will Free Expression Equal Terrorism?
Four years ago, a faceless writer using the nom de guerre Baba Jukwa set Facebook agog with detailed exposes of machinations within the ruling Zimbabwe National People's Union… Read more »
October 25, 2016
Zimbabwe: Social Media Becomes Mugabe's Nightmare
In a WhatsApp video that went viral in September, a middle-aged Zimbabwean man addresses President Robert Mugabe, telling him that 90 percent of the people in the country are… Read more »
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