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Zimbabwe is heading for general polls in 2023 amid an ongoing macroeconomic crisis. In the decade starting from 2001, the State-led economy started to show signs...

How informal sector organisations in Zimbabwe shape notions of citizenship

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A street art mural in Zimbabwe exposes a divided society

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Synik uses hip-hop to discuss Zimbabwe’s issues despite the censors

Synik’s new album continues to shape identity and consciousness in a country with limited freedom of...

Zimbabwe by-elections are attracting huge crowds, but don’t read too much into them

Zimbabweans are set to cast their votes in key parliamentary and local government by-elections on 26...

South Africa is in a state of drift: the danger is that the ANC turns the way of Zimbabwe’s ZANU-PF

The ANC retains its determination to rule yet lacks the capacity to do so effectively. The...

From Algeria to Zimbabwe: how Africa’s autocratic elites cycle in and out of power

In 2021, coups d’état ousted four heads of state in sub-Saharan Africa. Army interventions in Chad,...

Global energy targets don’t deal with people’s real problems in Zimbabwe

Continuous growth of energy production and consumption, even from low carbon energy sources, could create more...

Economic reforms won’t fix Zimbabwe’s economy. Ethical leadership is also needed

To kick-start ethical regeneration of Zimbabwean society political leaders need to take the lead in the...

How the informal economy solves some urban challenges in a Zimbabwean town

Informal economic activities in Norton, Zimbabwe play a part in environmental sustainability and contribute to the...

Lessons from Zimbabwe’s tobacco farmers for the COP26 climate change talks

The focus of climate talks has been on how little time is left is for global...

How socio-economic conditions shape renewable energy uptake in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe considers renewable energy a game changer for rural development. It sees it as an opportunity...

Zimbabwe had a bumper harvest: what went right and what needs work

Zimbabwe’s 2021 bumper harvest is a welcome development but, it’s important to know what’s behind this...

Dogs in the city: on the scent of Zimbabwe’s urban history

How Harare has dealt with its urban canine citizens over the years following independence reflects the...

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