Zimbabwe’s power cuts cripple business

‘Vandalism’ is the official reason for 24-hour blackouts disrupting all economic activity, but lack of investment and upkeep are more likely culprits...

Lack of Zimbabwe witness protection law hampers fight against corruption

Transparency International has said Zimbabwe is losing billions of dollars a year to corruption...

Killings raise gender violence concerns in Zimbabwe

As the economic crisis worsens mental health professionals see a parallel rise in domestic violence...

What needs to be done to get Zimbabwe back on its feet

A concerned Zimbabwean proposes a charter that is based on a simple ideology of the redistribution...

Zimbabwe a transit site for migrants

Syndicates in Zimbabwe traffic Africans fleeing the strife in their countries to South Africa...

A bloody road to Zimbabwe’s 26 March by-elections

The first by-election in a year takes place amid violence and chicanery ahead of national elections...

Hope fades for voters in Zimbabwe

Zanu-PF’s stranglehold on power has throttled the many parties that have tried to dislodge it...

The shaky pillars of the right to land and property

In Zimbabwe, owning your own home doesn’t necessarily mean you can use it as collateral. But...

To win in 2023, Zimbabwe’s opposition will have to court the military

Although 2023 might seem a long way off, Zimbabwe is already in campaign mode because parties,...

How women are taking over cross-border smuggling

At a small, unregulated border crossing between Zimbabwe and Botswana, 43-year-old Juliet Moheng* has become a...

NGOs call for stoppage of ‘cruel’ coal project in Zimbabwe

A coalition of NGOs is on a big drive to stop the Beifa coal project in...

Exploring the role of illicit financial flows in Zimbabwe’s political economy

Mineral wealth in Africa is often a curse, as it frequently engenders corruption...

Covid-19 on the rise in Zimbabwe

The South African variant of the virus is ‘clinically present’, while a lockdown tries to limit...

The brutal abduction caught on camera in Zimbabwe

Tawanda Muchehiwa is one of dozens of Zimbabweans who have been kidnapped and tortured by unidentified...

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