NGOs, ‘terrorism’ and Zimbabwe’s profoundly undemocratic Private Voluntary Organisations Act amendment

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Zimbabwe forecast to reap biggest maize crop in almost four decades, but yields remain ‘dismal’

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New report makes further claims about Harare’s corrupt elites and their South African connections

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Zimbabwe faces an ‘existential crisis’ like never before, says former finance minister Tendai Biti

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Freedom deferred: Zimbabwe at 41 years of independence

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Shona speakers’ complicity in Gukurahundi and the lingering unresolved pain of its victims (Part One)

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