Virus stops Vigil – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

After nearly 18 years of weekly protests outside the Zimbabwe Embassy in London the Vigil could not take place this Saturday because of the highly contagious...

‘Living on the Edge’ – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

A valiant group braved coronavirus to hold the Vigil outside the Zimbabwe Embassy despite the UK...

‘Command Justice’ – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

The British newspaper the Times has published a report on the tawdry divorce battle between Vice...

Unbelievable reality – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Secret money printing by the government, subsidised grocery shops set up in military barracks and a...

‘Taken over by monkeys and baboons’ – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

It is not surprising that runaway former minister Saviour Kasukuwere should use Friday’s absurd Mugabe Day...

‘Reduced to slavery’ – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary:

The Mnangagwa regime has reduced workers to slaves by paying them money that is valueless, says...

Wheels coming off – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Reports from Zimbabwe suggest that security chiefs are becoming increasingly anxious that discontent may lead to...

Pressure mounts for reforms – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

The European Union says nothing is happening in Zimbabwe about reforms. EU Ambassador Timo Olkkonen insisted: ‘We...

‘Hell on Earth’ – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has called for ‘revolutionary’ action this year. He said the constitution gave...

Magic an unreliable partner – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Dozens of African leaders are attending the UK-Africa Investment Summit hosted by Prime Minister Boris Johnson...

Guns before food – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

With millions of Zimbabweans facing starvation, hospitals and schools collapsing in the rubble of the economy...

Fringe parties bought off – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

With people desperate and starving, the government has agreed to opposition demands smoothing the way to...

A merry-go-round – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

In Britain, a merry-go-round suggests an abandonment to joy, cheerfulness and hope – the very spirit...

The Christmas present – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

It’s difficult to imagine former South African president Thabo Mbeki as Father Christmas. But we can...

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