Mnangagwa on helium? – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

There is mounting hysteria in Zanu PF over South Africa’s attempt to help Zimbabwe resolve its economic and political crisis....

Beware a woman scorned – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

When is a crisis not a crisis? When it’s a challenge. Despite the manifest economic and...

Zanu PF’s foul arrogance – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

President Ramaphosa is to send another delegation to Zimbabwe following Mnangagwa’s refusal to allow the last...

Moyo urges UN intervention – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Exiled former Zanu PF cabinet minister Jonathan Moyo says only the United Nations is able to...

Full circle – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

People can sleep soundly in Zimbabwe confident that our guardians the police are ever watchful for...

The turning point? – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

When Nelson Mandela made his last official visit to London the Vigil threatened to campaign against...

#ZimbabweanLivesMatter – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

You would have to have a heart of stone not to laugh at President Mnangagwa assuring...

‘After hope has departed . . .’ – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

With police and soldiers patrolling the streets and the government warning that any demonstrations would be...

All signs bad – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

The arrest of prominent journalist Hopewell Chin’ono and the political leader Jacob Ngarivhume has received wide international...

Khupe exposed – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

The extent to which the so-called MDC leader Thokozani Khupe has sold out to Zanu PF...

The blame game – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Despite everything, nobody can seriously question Zimbabwean creativity. To survive in a country with formal employment...

Zanu PF slavery – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

‘Slave wages’ was the reason the Zimbabwe Nurses’ Association (ZINA) gave for health workers going on...

The raising of Lazarus – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

A miracle has happened in Malawi: first a rigged presidential election was overturned by the judiciary;...

Growing social unrest – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Whatever Mnangagwa was praying for the other day we doubt it was for a walkout by...

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