Zimbabweans stuck in SA because of pandemic slapped with five-year ban

Zimbabweans who overstayed their temporary permits due to South Africa’s coronavirus lockdown have been banned from re-entering, despite promises of exemptions....

Brutal attacks on women in Zimbabwe evoke memories of Gukurahundi tactics

Hearing Nokuthula, Ntombizodwa, Joana, Cecilia, Netsai and Moreblessing’s accounts about their ordeals is like reading a...

Censorship in Zimbabwe: When fake news is true and ‘official’ news is fake

“Was this fake news after all and, will the fake news charge stick?”...

Court ruling pulls the rug out from under Zimbabwe’s opposition

The Zimbabwean electorate now has no viable alternative that can be trusted with constitutionalism and rule...

Land restitution is a small step

Zimbabwe’s promise to begin returning land to farmers who were dispossessed is promising. Will the South...

Zimbabwe’s decision to lift a ban on GM maize imports could benefit South Africa in the near term

Necessity is the mother of invention, and this rings true in Zimbabwe where the government is...

Zimbabwe’s economy is run by master criminals who are fleecing the poor

Ordinary Zimbabweans have suffered for years as a result of currency manipulation and corruption by the...

High-profile prosecution reveals a toxic cocktail of corruption, misogyny and abuse of office

In a country where pensioners spend four nights sleeping outside banks to access less than US$5/day,...

Zimbabwe’s currency crisis is far from being resolved

Could joining the Common Monetary Area rand zone be the most promising option? By Keith Jefferis...

Old Mutual takes aim at judge who ruled in Peter Moyo’s favour

Old Mutual wants Judge Brian Mashile to recuse himself. In court papers, Old Mutual’s head of...

Zimbabwean healthcare system: ‘A silent genocide’

Dr Peter Magombeyi is a testament to the fact that seeking healthcare services in Zimbabwe is...

‘Never, ever lose your voice’ – Pastor Evan Mawarire

Pastor Evan Mawarire: ‘Never, ever lose your voice – it is the most important resource you...

Robert Gabriel Mugabe (1924 – 2019): A tragedy in three acts

Robert Gabriel Mugabe (1924 – 2019): A tragedy in three acts...

Food insecurity in Zimbabwe

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