Can Zimbabwe’s tainted elite be trusted with windfall from ivory trade?

While Zimbabweans would want CITES to lift ban on ivory trade, they, however, cannot trust the thoroughly corrupt ruling elite to manage the possible windfall for...

Who is behind the spate of activist abductions in Zimbabwe?

Since the beginning of the year, some 50 people, mainly government detractors, have been abducted and...

Dispute over teenager’s beard puts religious freedom on trial in Zimbabwe

A member of the Zimbabwean minority Muslim community is challenging school regulations that ban beards for...

Is Zimbabwe’s new leader stifling judicial freedom?

President Mnangagwa’s office has appointed war veterans and inexperienced lawyers to the bench and other key...

Compensation for white ex-farmers sparks intense debate across Zimbabwe

President Emmerson Mnangagwa is facing a paradoxical situation with a whole cross-section of Zimbabweans questioning his...

Affordable DNA testing brings nightmares to Zimbabwe’s silent rape victims

With so many rapes going unreported and unprosecuted, victims are instead forced by circumstances to commit...

In Zimbabwe’s gold wars, miners wield machetes for safety

As the government decriminalised gold digging in the country two years ago, violence perpetrated by robbers...

Why is Zimbabwe’s economy in a nose dive?

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