Zimbabwe’s slither towards increased authoritarianism

Mnangagwa has systematically curbed the independence of the judiciary, magistracy, prosecution and the country’s various commissions. By Derek Matyszak...

Zimbabwe’s toxic culture of leadership in an entanglement of politics, military and state

After the ‘coup’ in Zimbabwe, too many governments rushed to accept new President Emmerson Mnangagwa as...

Men make a mockery of women in Zimbabwe

Grace Mugabe is held up as a symbol of the inability of Zimbabwean women to govern...

Economic turmoil is unavoidable in Mnangagwa’s Zimbabwe

Overspending by the government is behind the current downward spiral in Zimbabwe’s economy. By Derek Matyszak...

In Harare, a ghost town welcomes news of President Mnangagwa

Zimbabwe’s incumbent president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, passed his first electoral test early on Friday morning when he...

Fears Mugabe could return to power

Fears Mugabe could return to power after he poses for a photo with the leader of...

Zimbabwe: Mugabe’s axing of his deputy might be the first gusts of the ‘perfect storm’

Zimbabweans and the region are holding their breath to see if Emmerson Mnangagwa’s powerful supporters in...

Zimbabwe: What hope for diaspora vote in 2018 elections?

In the past the constitution of Zimbabwe and other legal instruments were not providing for Zimbabweans...

Solidarity over Justice: The ties that bind South Africa and Zimbabwe

What would have happened if the South African government had not granted immunity from prosecution to...

What Britain and the West did – and didn’t – do during the Matabeleland massacres of 1983-4

Contrary to allegations that Western governments “did nothing” when Mugabe’s army went on the rampage in...

Zambia and Zimbabwe: Why fair elections are essential for Africa’s development

Zimbabwe is used as a case study of a broken society; a country in which those...

Zimbabwe: ZimPF’s implosion is good news for Tsvangirai

Ever since its inception, Joice Mujuru’s Zimbabwe People First party has been a headache for other...

Pastor Evan Mawarire’s difficult second act

I spent most of Thursday wandering in circles around the Harare Magistrates’ Court, on the aptly-named...

Why bond notes can’t save Zimbabwe – and what ordinary citizens can do

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