As Zimbabwe’s Workers Fight for Justice, It’s Time for a Fundamental Rethink of U.S. Policy

As Zimbabwe’s Workers Fight for Justice, It’s Time for a Fundamental Rethink of U.S. Policy

This is “no longer business as usual,” declares Peter Mutasa, President of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU). “Unions are going to be united.”

MDC Activists Arrested For Wearing Masks With Chamisa’s Name

MDC Activists Arrested For Wearing Masks With Chamisa’s Name

Two prominent MDC activists, Charles Zvenyika who is the information secretary for Gutu North and Edward Chagonda who holds the same position in a branch in Gutu Central have been arrested for allegedly wearing red masks inscribed MDC Chamisa Chete Chete.

Zimbabwe Stocks Temper Their Wild Ride as Inflation Moderates

Zimbabwe Stocks Temper Their Wild Ride as Inflation Moderates

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TB Evaluation Advisor, USAID/Zimbabwe Tuberculosis Performance Evaluation

TB Evaluation Advisor, USAID/Zimbabwe Tuberculosis Performance Evaluation

Monitoring and Evaluation Consultancy in Zimbabwe about Health, requiring 5-9 years of experience, from SI; closing on 14 May 2021

Zimbabwe Opposition Accuses Government of Trying to Undermine Judiciary

Zimbabwe Opposition Accuses Government of Trying to Undermine Judiciary

HARARE – Critics are accusing Zimbabwe’s ruling party of seeking to undermine the judiciary after lawmakers late Tuesday approved constitutional amendments so the president can hand pick top judges. 

As Zimbabwe’s Workers Fight for Justice, It’s Time for a Fundamental Rethink of U.S. Policy

This is “no longer business as usual,” declares Peter Mutasa, President of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU). “Unions are going to be united.”...

MDC Activists Arrested For Wearing Masks With Chamisa’s Name

Two prominent MDC activists, Charles Zvenyika who is the information secretary for Gutu North and Edward...

Zimbabwe Stocks Temper Their Wild Ride as Inflation Moderates

Zimbabwe’s breakneck inflation rate is slowing and that’s prompting signs of normalcy in the local stock...

TB Evaluation Advisor, USAID/Zimbabwe Tuberculosis Performance Evaluation

Monitoring and Evaluation Consultancy in Zimbabwe about Health, requiring 5-9 years of experience, from SI; closing...

Zimbabwe Opposition Accuses Government of Trying to Undermine Judiciary

HARARE - Critics are accusing Zimbabwe's ruling party of seeking to undermine the judiciary after lawmakers late...

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Yesterday, 6 May 2021, Zimbabweans from all walks of life made a clear statement....

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