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Category Archives: Zimbabwe

Conviction of human rights defender Patson Dzamara

7 July 2017 Zimbabwe: Conviction of human rights defender Patson Dzamara   On 29 June 2017, human rights defender Patson Dzamara was convicted and sentenced by a court in Harare following allegations brought against him in connection with a peaceful


David Chimedu The challenge we face in Zimbabwe is that, unless we transform our political culture, we will continue to see the economics of poverty and oppression. What happened to our once beautiful and productive country? Why has one regime

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Zanu PF infighting: Kasukuwere faces ouster

UNDER-FIRE Zanu PF political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere has laughed off reports that the ruling party’s powerful women’s league, led by First Lady Grace Mugabe, wants him removed from his position. BY RICHARD CHIDZA Kasukuwere, who Read More

Zimbabwe regume blast UK for meddling in elections

Government has said Britain has no business in Zimbabwe’s internal elections and has no right to prescribe how the country should run its elections. Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Secretary Mr George Charamba said any Read More

Looters Holding Mugabe Hostage – Mujuru

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe is being kept in power by “power-hungry looters”, hence Zimbabweans must take the chance to vote the 93-year-old leader out of office, former Vice-President Joice Mujuru said on Monday. Mujuru, who is Read More

Moyo-Mahoka on the brink as Zanu PF Women’s league endorses ouster

HARARE – The turmoil in President Mugabe’s party took another twist yesterday when Zanu-PF Women’s League leadership reportedly endorsed the ouster of senior members Eunice Sandi Moyo and Sarah Mahoka yesterday, with the national executive Read More